A dish from Andra Pradesh – gorgeously sweet/sour umami tastes, with the tangy tamarind offset by creamy ground sesame seeds. I knocked this up from ingredients the other night when […]
The Doc has sent me this research summary – of course this should not be a surprise to any of us yoga aficionados. Keep up the sun salutations ladies!
Aubergine is one of the most versatile vegetables and I never tire of finding new ways to cook them. This sour/sweet combo makes it more Persian than Indian. This […]
My friend is gluten-free & doesn’t eat dairy, so many of my recipes are ideal, as I don’t cook with dairy. Chick peas are full of goodness and nutrients, and provide […]
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Perhaps more than any other disease, cancer prompts people to make major life changes. Research suggests that less than 10% of cancers are genetic in origin, meaning that…
I am so bored by endless rounds of steamed asparagus so its always great to get a new recipe. But as the season is so short and the market is […]