My wife has been talking about wanting to make turkey burgers for quiet some time. I always found turkey to be on a blend side and requiring some kind of flavor enhancer. This burger recipe is perfect to satisfy both desires ... Turkey burger full of flavor. The mint and parsley, with an enhancement of... Continue Reading →
Indian food is delicious and full of flavor and spirit. However, it can be heavy, complicated and time consuming to make. This recipe is great for two reasons; It is easy and fast to make; and with summer right around the corner it allows for an opportunity to grill out-doors. The chicken came out tender and... Continue Reading →
Delicious recipe. Fun and easy to make. We used cod and it came out flavorful and tender. This fish curry is clean and healthy and has a nice balance of spice. Will make again for sure.
While he walked down the road, we ran like hooligans to reach the market. It was well past 6 pm and the catch of the day would be sold out in an hour or so, papa told us before leaving home.The earlier your reach the shop, the robust the choice. Making our way through narrow streets, lot of traffic and chaotic roads, you could not help but inhale the stench fishy smell which filled the shop, once you reach. There sat the machali vala (fish vendor),his forehead lit up by the hanging bulb, wearing a yellowish vest, sweat drops glistening on his cheeks, arduously handling the bargains with adamant customers. On his left lay piles of fresh fish to choose from and on the right were hand-held metal scales to weigh.
Papa would choose rohu (green carp),one of the most loved fresh water fish in my family. He had his own…
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I love history and Ancient Rome is one my favorite periods. I always wondered what people ate in ancient times. I found this recipe in several forms on the internet. This is a simple and hearty dish that will make you feel like you are dining in a tavern of ancient Rome among rugged legionnaires... Continue Reading →
This delicious and easy recipe is a lot of fun to make and is perfect for cold weather evenings. We have modified it slightly. For the lack of Korean stone bowls we used a wok to prepare 3 portions together. We added scallions, snow peas and doubled the amount of carrots. We used chili garlic... Continue Reading →
My venture into Thai cooking continues. My girlfriend and I prepared our first healthy and delicious Thai Lemongrass soup. It was accompanied by a second dish of quinoa with shrimps. The meal was tasty, healthy and satisfying. It is went well with some white wine. As we cook more and more, we find a great... Continue Reading →