Irish Lamb Stew

Irish Lamb Stew

New York City has a very large Irish population and St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most popular holidays. While most people immediately think of Soda Bread, Colcannon and Corned Beef when they think of St. Patty’s as well as the copious amounts of alcohol consumed, I immediately think of freezing my butt off. […]

Horsegram Pulao

Horsegram Pulao

Today’s ingredient swap was horsegram given to me by Usha. This ingredient swap with my blogging friends has been so much fun cooking with different ingredients that are not always staples in my pantry. Many different countries have a spiced rice dish called pulao. It is spelled in different ways depending on the country such […]

Kokum Fish Curry

Kokum Fish Curry

Kokum is sold in Indian markets. It is dried fruit skin and comes from a member of the mangostene family. It has a very tart flavor and adds an awesome taste to curries and is also used in beverages in Indian cuisine. I used some kokum to make this Kerala style Kokum Fish Curry. This […]