Your article made my mouth water, offered me fantastic savings since I didn't have to plunk down $22.95, and I enjoyed a picturesque bazaar of culture and locations from around the world provided by the "You-Were-There" touch you shared. Your article brought me back to a Sadar table I was invited to once and my memory filled with its unique flavors and my first experience with making Morar. What a wonderful time to recall. I love your articles, keep them coming!
Brussels sprouts are my very favorite, thanks for featuring them, yum.
a) opening your own business? What are you up to? OK, it has something to do with cooking?
Love your articles but since about 4 years ago my taste buds or digestive system has turned against eggs. Now only a single farm fresh about once a year is all I can take. I enjoyed reading your preparations though.
Looking forward to your next installment.
Loved the article, it reminded me how delicious squash or pumpkin curry is over rice. I think that's what I will make and take to the Halloween potluck. I love your writing, and hope to see more.
Just walking my dog in the city I see tree after tree with fruit ready to fall or wasted on an endless array of fruit trees all just calling out, "harvest me" and make chutney. So sad all this goodness goes to waste. Any one of these fruits--apple, pear, hybrids--sliced with Indian pickling spice mixtures added are a simple, fast, fresh pickle for any table. Cripes, Apples can be $2.00 a pound and more for organic!
Plums, Apricots--just add some Tamarind and blend.
Cool article Jada, I always look forward to your next installment. I know your recipes are tried and true.
In Print This Week:
Dec 25, 2014
vol XXV issue 52
The H Factor
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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