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Remember New Year's Eve?  After seven head-numbing cocktails and looking enviously at everyone else in their
Posted 5 years ago
Winter's perhaps not the most intuitive time for a burger, unless, of course, it happens to be a vegan burger
Posted 5 years ago
What can be better than huddling by the fireplace on a night so cold that the  roofs and sidewalks are stil
Posted 5 years ago
My Amaranth Dal is an  easy weeknight recipe that's bursting with health and flavor. Even better, it's kid-fr
Posted 5 years ago
Here's something fresh, spicy, clean and SIMPLE to keep you feeling fit while you go about the business of e
Posted 5 years ago
So these last few weeks of cooking for a fussy six-year-old have turned me into a bit of a Machiavelli, cookin
Posted 5 years ago
It was a dark, stormy night in Savai Vere, Goa. The decaying Portuguese-era mansion on the hill was shrouded
Posted 6 years ago
There is perhaps no north Indian dish that oozes comfort quite the way a Maa ki Dal does. And it starts with t
Posted 6 years ago
Last week, Desi and I were helping care for a neighbor's dog, Elvis, for a couple of days while his parents w
Posted 6 years ago
Here's the perfect recipe to get you warmed up for the winter: my gingery Curried Acorn Squash. I love going
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These Carrot Coffee Cake Muffins taste so rich, you might very well mistake them for their glamorous cupcake
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Navratri was always my favorite time of year, growing up, because it was the one time I was permitted to stay
Posted 6 years ago
The other day, as I puttered around the web, I ran into an old friend -- the Amul girl. If you’ve ever lived
Posted 6 years ago
This, I promise, is going to become your favorite way to eat greens. And chickpeas. Or greens and chickpeas. B
Posted 6 years ago
All this summer, I've been into sprouts. So much so that every time I bring out a jar of beans and a cup measu
Posted 6 years ago
A smoky, hearty Lentil and Pasta Salad is just the kind of food that keeps me fueled and satisfied during a lo
Posted 6 years ago
My Zucchini Halwa is a great way to use up all those summer zucchini -- or other -- squashes you no doubt stil
Posted 6 years ago
A Kati Roll is a popular street food from one of my favorite cities on the planet: Calcutta, or Kolkata, as it
Posted 6 years ago
I had been dreaming of making this Tofu Curry with Chickpeas and Summer Vegetables for so long, and now that
Posted 6 years ago
I have been a bit of a tyrant with the sweets around our house, mainly because I am trying to keep Desi's too-
Posted 6 years ago
There's no way to actually describe a Misal to you other than to say, you must eat this. You must, you must,
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Hey, you, so what did you do this past weekend? I struck a Billy Joel concert off my bucket list when the lege
Posted 6 years ago
I have been really busy which is why you haven't been seeing me around much, but I wanted to drop in today wit
Posted 6 years ago
One of my favorite places in Mexico is the charming town of Morelia where we once spent a few days doing almos
Posted 6 years ago
Here's a pasta recipe for weeknights that's delicious, packs a healthy wallop, and takes very little time to p
Posted 6 years ago
It was a busy Fourth of July weekend this year, but it was also a fun one. Desi and I took a day trip to one
Posted 6 years ago
Here's an easy recipe that is perfect for weekdays or weekends, as an appetizer or an entree. It's packed with
Posted 6 years ago
Desi has a special relationship with asparagus. Every time we see it at the store, he wants to buy it. When I
Posted 6 years ago
Bell Peppers. Glorious, gorgeous, round, rotund bell peppers in all colors of the rainbow. They are just abou
Posted 6 years ago
These Curried Lentil Hand Pies, with their crispy, crackling, golden crust and creamy, meaty, spicy lentil fil
Posted 6 years ago
A popular one-pot meal that's cooked in just about every Indian home is a khichdi or a khichari, and those are
Posted 6 years ago
That name's a mouthful, I know, but wait until you can stuff some of this incredible treat into your mouth. Yo
Posted 6 years ago
Recipes for Cholar Dal almost always start off by alerting you that this is a dish for special occasions, serv
Posted 6 years ago
Here's a perfect recipe for a weekend brunch or lunch. It's delicious, meaty albeit meatless, and so waistline
Posted 6 years ago
Every year, when Spring rolls around, I cannot wait to get my hands on some rhubarb. Rhubarb apparently grows
Posted 6 years ago
I use a really small crockpot with a capacity of 0.65 quarts, although this can also be made in a 2-quart croc
Posted 6 years ago