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A Vij's attack

Who knew that a night at the movies would set off a torrent of onion, ginger and garlic chopping, a spice drawer purge and some of the most sumptuous curries I have ever created in my kitchen? 876 more words

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Beware the Ethnic foods... ( or how to completely Destroy a bathroom...)

So Hammy and I were invited to a Full Gospel church in the city , to say it was different is an understatement, it’s open and welcoming to people from all walks of life all genders and orientations, now I should mention that my friend who invited me is Jamaican , she is a laugh riot and a very beautiful person , those that know her are blessed to have her in their lives, she introduced me to the reverend? 998 more words


Recipe Memories

At first sight, the recipe file is a bit of a mess.

When I go in looking, I allow myself time. It is not a collection of food, it is a walk through my past. 436 more words


Cooking with Confidently Living - Sancocho a la Cazuela

I promise at some point I will stop torturing you all with postings about my cazuela, but I just can’t help myself when I get a new toy.   267 more words


Sweet Tamarind

Extremely popular in south Florida, so I thought I would give them a try. Tastes like a sour sweet dill pickle of sugar and tamarind pulp…yuck!


John Green and Indian Food: Exploring IU activities and Bloomington Cuisine

The weekend after the second week of classes is a great time to explore Bloomington and the IU campus without worrying about welcome week events to attend or classes to find and be on time to all over campus. 637 more words

Indiana University


This is my first cook book that is all about tamales. I never knew how to cook them myself. But being half Spanish my mother cooked them as I was coming up and they was always good. 82 more words