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15 April, 2015

Sauted Potato and peanuts : Aloo aur moongphali Ki Sukhi Subji

Sauted Potato and peanuts : Aloo aur moongphali Ki Sukhi Subji
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  Have  you  noticed  how  sometimes  ordinary  things  can  become  extraordinary?  Things  that  otherwise  wouldn’t  be  noticed  or  talked  about  or  even  given  a  moment’s  thought,  can  sometimes  be  the  one  we  look  at  with  dreamy  eyes. Now  opening  the  window  to  let  some  air  in,  isn’t  exactly  an  exotic  act,  by  any  standards,  we
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27 March, 2014

Stuffed Baby Eggplants in Yoghurt Sauce

Stuffed Baby Eggplants in Yoghurt Sauce
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  “Staaaart  the  car”,  I  felt  like  calling  out,  as  the  lady  did  in  the  IKEA  ad.  The  prices  of  lentils  had  been  slashed  for  Vaishakhi  festival  in  the  grocery  store.  Limit  four  per  customer  it  cautioned  in  fine  print.  This  is  at  a  time  when  I’m   participating  in  the  “Lentil  Recipe  Revelation  Challenge“.
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18 March, 2014

Phool Kofi Aloor Dalna (Cauliflower Curry with Peas & Potatoes)

Phool Kofi Aloor Dalna (Cauliflower Curry with Peas & Potatoes)
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Cauliflower  with  peas  and  potatoes   The  clocks  have  moved  forward.  Sprung  forward.  Adjusting  the  clock  could  be  a  bit  confusing  sometimes.  The  way  I  remember  is  we  go  to  work  an  hour  early.  The  thought  of  going  to  work  early  may  not  be  something  to  look  forward  to,  for  anybody,  me  included.  There  still
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21 December, 2013

Lebu pata diye Salmon Tottora (Salmon in Tomato Gravy)

Lebu pata diye Salmon Tottora (Salmon in Tomato Gravy)
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Salmon  Tottora  with  lime  leaf. She  had  never  cooked  salmon  Tottora.  In  fact  she  had  never  cooked  salmon  in  her  life.  Ilish,  Rui,  Katla,  Chitol,  Phansa,  Chingri   were  the  ones  she  was  familiar  with.  She  cooked   jhal,  jhol,  kalia,  paturi,  awmbol   and  of  course  tottora.  Dida’s   white  sari  always  had  a  red  color  in
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