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CRANBERRY THOKKU ( Spicy Cranberry Relish)

“ It has been an unchallengeable American doctrine that cranberry sauce, a pink goo with overtones of sugared tomatoes, is a delectable necessity of the Thanksgiving board and that turkey is inedible without it. 1,092 more words


Thuthuvalai chutney(purple fruited pea eggplant)

Botanical name of the purple fruited pea eggplant is Solanum trilobatum which is called as Thuthuvalai in Tamil Language.

Rainy days and winter always make us widen our health eye to improve the immunity system,to keep away from colds coughs and respiratory diseases. 200 more words


Chilli and Garlic Chutney Recipe in support for #SeedTheRiseChallenge

Did you know that we didn’t have chillies in India up until 17th century? Yeah, imagine all the food that we eat minus the heat. The Portuguese brought it with them to Goa and introduced Indians to these bright hot peppers. 519 more words


Green Tomato and Apple Chutney.

It is that time of year, and we need to empty the greenhouse and sort out the fruit trees in the allotment. AND this means my favourite chutney. 561 more words

Autumn Means Chutneys & Pickles

I love homemade chutneys & pickles, & have just made a couple of different ones.

I used up the last of the courgettes in a picallili style mustard relish, & as we all love spicy food I made a tomato, red pepper & chilli chutney. 452 more words

Green tomato chutney, and the Talented Mr. Late Blight

If you read my last post, you know that I am trying to rescue my harvest of green tomatoes. I made salsa verde out of some of them, but the question naturally arises—how much salsa verde can one family reasonably eat? 565 more words


Salvaging my tomato crop: salsa verde

Folks, I love my adopted city San Francisco, I really do. I love its hills, its fog, its MUNI and its BART, its rolling jagged windy roads, even its urinaceous sidewalks (with reservations). 392 more words