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Complex, spicy, sweet, sour, savory, you name it- every flavor you can dream up has its place in Indian curry. Spice up mild chickpeas and sweet carrots with pungent ginger, cayenne, cinnamon, and cumin, bitter fenugreek, aromatic cloves and cardamom,...
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Corn is drying and difficult to digest for Vata dosha. But corn helps dry out Kapha! Celery is light for digestion and helps stoke the digestive fire; it too is a diuretic. Curry, chipotle, black pepper all stimulate the gastric fires of digestive. All...
Vijay Bhatt was my first introduction to Indian culture. We were both computer programmers at Fidelity Investments in Boston, MA but he was my boss and mentor. We used to take lunch together in Post Office square or at the Indian restaurant at the food...
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Opt for a delicious desert that brings you fully into every bite. Sensual cherries with red hot cayenne and purple, cooling lavender. Discovered at Pickard's Mountain Eco-Institute of Chapel Hill, NC (https://www.pickardsmountain.org/)
Enjoy 'Tofu Scramble with Kale, Fennel & Tomato' for Sunday brunch. Combine this easy to prepare meal with the weekend newspapers and a hot cup of Body-Kind Coffee. Relax...
The apache plumes of the desert have gone to seed. Sunsets are still red, the chilis hanging on our neighbors porch are dry. The tumbleweeds are attached to their stalks but getting ready to take flight. But we've left Albuquerque behind. Here in...
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My mom always made simple, bright Italian sauce with very few spices. I added oregano and thyme to this recipe but she rarely does.
We come from an Italian American family, maybe that's why we like to cook. But I can remember my grandfather...
Juicy, fleshy tomatoes pungent with onions, vinegar and herbs, italian style.
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