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Reds, Pinks, & Purples

This will mark the umpteenth week in a row that I’ve cooked with beautiful produce from the jewel-toned side of the color spectrum mentioned above. I have really loved cooking eggplant (though the pretty purple gets peeled away, in my dishes at least!), red onions, red cabbage, taro (or ube to me!), and beets (beautiful beet hummus recipe and product review to come!) 159 more words

You can't visit Hawaii without having some Poi!!

Yes any trip to Hawaii would not be complete without the native staple food called Poi.  It is the one thing, other than fantastic weather, that Hawaii is well known for.   161 more words


Seppankizhangu (Arbi or Taro Root) Roast


Seppankizhangu – 10 – 12 medium size

Mustard Seeds – 1 tbsp

Turmeric Powder – 1 tbsp

Red Chilli Powder – 2 tbsp

Coriander Powder – 2 tbsp… 99 more words

Food & Recipes

Kinukatsugi Satoimo - Boiled Taro Root

Kinukatsugi are small taro root. All of these fit in my hands. I had been served this in the past and wanted to try them at home. 122 more words


Fried Taro Root (Inhames Fritos)

Taro root is an important food in many parts of the world.  It is a starchy food and can be prepared in many different ways. 97 more words

Portugal And The Azores

Hawaiian Poi

To Poi or not to Poi; that is the question. Taro was first brought to Hawaii by the Polynesians in double-hulled sailing canoes, perhaps as long ago as 450 A.D. 194 more words

Foodie Facts

Back Again

I’m back after a long leave – two kids, going back to work and a few years later.

I’m on my 3rd maternity leave. Most likely the last one. 265 more words

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