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I am always on the lookout for easy and nutritious weeknight recipes that can do double duty as unfussy brown-
Posted 7 years ago
August in Washington is a sly, mysterious month. You never know when the days will pour down with the furious
Posted 7 years ago
Cucumber Cake, Indian-Style
Posted 8 years ago
I love it when I can find irony in the most unlikely places-- like my Chilli Tofu. Chilli Tofu is based off an
Posted 8 years ago
Hey, there! How have things been in your world these past two months? You may have wondered what was going on
Posted 8 years ago
It's not a crime not to eat some rhubarb pie in spring but, honestly, it ought to be. Rhubarb is one of the se
Posted 8 years ago
I am dropping out of oblivion for a quick moment to share an easy and delicious weeknight recipe: Sweet Potato
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A healthy version of the south Indian favorite Uthappam, made with brown rice, accompanied by a sundried tomat
Posted 8 years ago
Years ago I came across this delicious curry and rice combination on an old episode of Julia Child's Cooking w
Posted 8 years ago
A light and airy focaccia, quite likely the best you will ever make or eat.
Posted 8 years ago
Spring arrived early this year, like an unfashionable guest. The cherry trees in Washington's Tidal Basin-- go
Posted 8 years ago
Whole-wheat Sourdough Ciabatta
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Eggplant Pulao
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A healthier version of my already healthy recipe for My Dad's Not-Mutton Mushroom Curry. There are no added oi
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(Makes two 12-inch baguettes)
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A sambar made in Konkani kitchens
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Lentil dumplings in a creamy sauce. This is a classic south Indian recipe.
Posted 8 years ago
Includes recipe for chocolate and vanilla buttercream frostings
Posted 8 years ago
A plump, golden Lemon Poppy Seed Bundt Cake with a Lemon Glaze is what I have for you today. After all these y
Posted 8 years ago
Here's a master recipe for a gravy you can use to make any kind of "makhani" dish. If you've eaten at an India
Posted 8 years ago
The cold chill of winter is not without its warm comforts: fuzzy slippers, the glow of the holidays, friends a
Posted 8 years ago
Goan Feijoada (Makes four servings)
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Holy Cow! is four -- a grand old lady in Internet years-- and to celebrate I have for you a savory, elegant tr
Posted 8 years ago
Khasta Paratha, which translates to a flaky flatbread, is a unique treat that just begs to be torn apart with
Posted 8 years ago
Because everyone deserves pie for Thanksgiving, I have for you today this gorgeous Strawberry Pie. In our hous
Posted 8 years ago
Chettinad, a region in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, brims over with opulent wealth, beautiful temples
Posted 8 years ago
Bolillos: (Makes 12 rolls)
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Ciabatta is my favorite Italian bread, but it is not always the easiest and quickest bread to make, even for a
Posted 8 years ago
As I recuperated at home last week, my stomach went through some wild food swings, ranging from an extreme apa
Posted 8 years ago
Anticipating festivals can sometimes be more fun than the festivals themselves. The evidence is all around us.
Posted 8 years ago
I think people who don't like pizzas are a little weird. No, a lot weird. Especially when they are married to
Posted 8 years ago
Makes 20 biscotti
Posted 8 years ago
My vegan version of the classic Ethiopian favorite Doro Wat is a labor of love unlike the more minimalist reci
Posted 8 years ago
Oh, that Potato. He's not much to look at, he's covered in dirt each time you meet him, and he's even a little
Posted 8 years ago