Sometimes food from the Indian Sub Continent make the vibrant appearance in bright orange or red color, along with some grilled onions & peppers, making them look extremely appetizing. It could be meat, fish or cheese; and when you bite into them they are delicately succulent wonders. These are the well known “Tandoori” or [...]
The heat is still at its peak. Even after a few spell of showers it has not cooled down, & knowing Texas it will not get better soon. We are still on low carb. diet. Breakfast, lunch & snacks are still mostly salads- fruits & vegetables, nuts, beans & grilled [...]
The Shak/Shaag (any leafy green) Bhaja (Stir fried or deep fried) is a big part of the Bengali/East Indian Cuisine. Back home, if I was having a typical Bengali meal, I do not recollect a single day that went without some kind of leafy green, & unlike many kids I would love every preparation [...]
I think “Hummus en Fuego” would be translated as “Hummus on Fire”.. Please correct me if I am wrong! Hummus is the well known “Levantine Arab dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas, blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic. It is a popular food throughout the [...]
(Mentioned in Fine Cooking’s Soup Week.)
Happy Mother’s Day to all the beautiful MOMS out there!! Indulge, Pamper yourselves & Have a Blast!
While I impatiently sat at the dentist’s office, leafing through the stack of magazines, I came across a name of a recipe, [...]