Sunday, December 15, 2013

For Sale: Home sites and avocado groves.

He has put in improvement to the grove by stumping trees and converted it to an organic grove.

For Sale: Home sites and avocado grove. 2 legal lots of 11.3 acres adjacent to 9.56 acres for a total of 21 acres avocado grove. In the process of converting to Organic and can be CERTIFIED Organic within 3 years. Income producing, low FROST area and and in the best location in De Luz - Temecula West Hills. 6 minutes to Old Town Temecula and I-15 North and South.
Surrounded by Million Dollar estate homes with minimum 5 acres lots. Total privacy plus views of the valley and hills. It is much cooler in the summer in the hills as cool wind from the ocean blows   through the Santa Margarita River down at the other side of the hills. (which form the protective shield from the frosty wind in the winter). Very LOW HOA fees!!

Other avocado groves in the areas are listed from $540,000 for a 9 acres+ & $270,000 for a 4 acres+ that are just down the street.

Call me if you want to see this ranch/groves and walk through the property.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Nice Home Pictures

The Eagle's Ridge Ranch was sold 07/22/2010
 60+ acres avocado grove (total 100.26 acres) 

It is back on the market again now (FLIP?).
Here are the new photos of the new remodeled home.
65 planted avocado grove (total 100.26 acres) 



Thursday, March 7, 2013

Avocado Chocolate Mousse

Sweet, Easy & Raw Recipe: Avocado Cacao Mousse

2011_5_4-avocadopudding01.jpgIn my fantasy food world, I'd have a personal raw vegan chef whipping me up magical, healthy food to make me feel like super woman. In reality, I eat like a normal, hurried, working person, always on the look out for quick and healthy recipes.
Could it be that my dream and waking world intersected here with this sublime, avocado confection? Indeed.
2011_5_4-avocadopudding02.jpgIt's pretty incredible that such simple, humble ingredients can be whipped into a raw, chocolate frenzy, so decadent it tastes like something spun from Willy Wonka's factory. Seriously, this mousse is velvety, luxurious, nutty and rich — basically a more dimensional chocolate ganache, but strangely with more chocolatey flavor! How this is possible, I'm not sure. This is miraculous stuff I'm talking about, people. I had caught wind of this dessert years ago, the raw vegans have been raving about it for years, but it wasn't until I tried an avocado smoothie at a neighborhood restaurant that it occurred to me to actually try this delight. Now, I curse myself for all the parties and celebrations when I could have been the gal to bring that crazy–tasty raw vegan delight, think of the accolades! The only choice I have is to make up for lost time, by making avocado mousse ever more.
2011_5_4-avocadopudding03.jpgThe application for such a mousse is endless. Alone, garnished with almonds and blueberries, it was heavenly. Spread on toast a-la Nutella, yes please! Smeared onto a batch of brownies (raw or baked), now you're talking. It has a ganache texture and a super mouth-feel, so it's very versatile. It's amazing!
Raw Avocado Cacao Mousse serves 4 to 6 4 ripe avocados
1/3 cup raw coconut nectar
1/2 cup raw cacao powder
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
pinch of salt
fresh fruit and nuts for garnish
In the bowl of a blender or food processor, blend avocado until smooth. Add all other ingredients, blending until mixture is uniform. Chill for about 2 hours in the fridge or half an hour in the freezer. Garnish with fresh fruit or chopped nuts.
Note on the recipe:
If you want to try this recipe, but don't have the raw coconut sweetener or cacao powder on hand (they are specialty type of items I wanted to try), agave, honey and unsweetened cocoa powder are fine-tasting substitutes. The mousse will no longer be strictly raw, but it is still delicious! And it retains the spirit of the dish.