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RECENTLY IN THE KITCHEN:
- What was North Adelaide like in Oct 2007? Revisiting This Week in North Adelaide
- Lentil Balls for Kuzhambu or Spicy Gravies. Paruppu Urundai Kuzhambu. An Indian Recipe.
- Masala Kuzhambu with Gram Flour Vadai. Deliciousness from Meenakshi Ammal. Sept 2014.
- Ayurvedic Spice Infusions/”Teas”. Direct from India.
- Fennel a la Grecque. A recipe from Greece.
- Carrot and Roasted Tomato Soup. A quick recipe.
- Cabbage, Cheese and Pasta Bake. Considering The Archives. October, 2001.
- Indian (Goan) Rechad Masala (Spice Paste). Garnets from The Archives. October 2001.
- Gado-Gado. From The Archives. October, 1996.
- Pickled Lemons and Preserved Lemons. 2 Recipes from The Archives. October, 1996.
- Gratin Dauphinois (Potato Gratin with Cream). From The Archives. October, 1998.
- Ta’amia (Falafel) (Spicy Middle Eastern Chickpea Patties or Balls). From the Archives. October, 2003.
SEASONAL COOKING IN THE KITCHEN…
Recently: Smashed Chickpeas with Broccoli and Dukkah
Recently: Early Winter – What to Cook
Recently: Char Grilled Sweetcorn
Recently: Spiced Honey Roasted Carrots
Recently: Grated Coconut Masala Kuzhambu – Thenga Aracha Kuzhambu
Recently: Cooking for Hot Weather – Zukes in Oil
MID WINTER IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE….
Mid Winter Cooking: A Note on Pickling Lemons and Limes
Mid Winter Cooking: Aloo Gobi (Indian Cauli and Potatoes)
Mid Winter Cooking: Anise Baked Pears and Apples
Mid Winter Cooking: Arai Puli Kuzhambu (Mildly Sour “Soup”)
MID SUMMER IN THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE…
Mid Summer Cooking: A Plate of Cauliflower – Simple Elegance
Mid Summer Cooking: Baked Apricots with Honey and Orange
Mid Summer Cooking: Baked Peppers for Summer
Mid Summer Cooking: A Wicked Tamarind and Lime Dressing and a Betel Leaf Salad
Tag Archives: celery
Celery is one of those veggies that is often ignored, at least in my house. It goes into wintery vegetable stews, into stocks as they brew on the stove, and into the juicer. Occasionally a stick is munched quite loudly as one wanders around the kitchen wondering what else there is to eat. But rarely, rarely is it used in other ways. Continue reading
For those of us who love cooking, it is easy to get carried away with the complexities of creating flavours and tastes, of cooking slow or fast, of whether we should chop, grind, blend or mince. Sometimes we forget that simplest is bestest. Continue reading