Curried Red Lentil Soup

I love soup especially in winter time. There is nothing like coming home from a snowy, cold night outside to a comforting bowl of thick soup to warm you up inside and out. All of a sudden, everything in the world seems right. As long as you stick to non-dairy soups...
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Ginger Soy Korean Fried Chicken

It's time for this month's Crazy Cooking Challenge, whereby all participants use other bloggers' recipes & this month's theme is Fried Chicken.  Although Tina (the brains behind this monthly event) changed the rules halfway through the month so that from now...
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Vegetable Momos

Blogging Marathon #25 Theme: Northeast Indian Cuisine Of all the northeastern cuisines, I am most familiar with the foods from Sikkim, which is basically Tibetan/Nepalese cuisine.  This is due to a few Tibetan restaurants in NY that I like to frequent.  One...
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Nutella Khaliat Nahal

Pretzels were last week and I am continuing to catch up with the We Knead to Bake group. Here is a delicious sweet bread from the Middle East often served during Iftar after Ramadan daytime fasting. This traditional Arabic bread is translated as Honeycomb Bread...
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Basic Burger Buns

For the last bread post for this week's Tame the Yeast group, I recreated Gayathri's Burger Buns. Her original recipe was a Vegetarian friendly eggless version, but when I finally got around to making these buns last night, I realized I did not have any yogurt that...
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Irish Soda Scones #Food of the World

I like it when the Food Blogging events I participate in coincide and I don't have to overload with multiple posts in a day. I found the perfect recipe that fit into today's BM theme and also with the announcement of the theme for this month's #Food of the World. What...
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Chole Adraki – Ginger Chickpeas

This week my BM theme is North Indian side dishes. Many people don't realize how regionalized Indian cuisine is and often throw it all into one genre. However, there is great variety between the states of India and even a larger divide between the cuisines of North...
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Peachy Shrimp Fried Rice

Yet another use of my farm fresh peaches... Peachy Shrimp Fried Rice (click here for printable recipe) Ingredients: 2 cups rice 3 cups water 4 peaches, skinned, pitted and sliced 1 tablespoon oil 1 large carrot, sliced 2 stalks celery, thinly sliced 2 scallions,...
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Cooking for a Cause with Green Plantain Saute

Last Friday, I was honored to be able to cook for a fabulous event for the Beth-Hark Christian Counseling Center, which provides many community services to the Harlem community. Guiltless Gourmet for a Healthy Harlem was focused on healthful, nutritious meals to...
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Honduran Torta de Platano

H is for Honduras... Totally unintentional, but I seem to be cooking my way through South & Central America. B started out with Belgium and then it switched to Bolivia, E went from Estonia to Ecuador and now H went from Hungary to Honduras. Although I had picked...
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