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RECENTLY IN THE KITCHEN:
- Mung Dal with Ghee, A Favourite of Kerala and Maharashtra. An Indian Recipe suitable for Ganesha Chaturthi.
- Carrot and Coriander Soup: A Recipe
- Surprise Tatin: Potato Tatin from Ottolenghi
- Charred Tomatoes: How to
- Spicy Roasted Carrot and Apple Soup: A Recipe
- Garlic Soup, for Cold Wintery Weather. A Recipe
- Ingredients: Make your own Crème Fraîche (Khatte Malai). From The Archives. August, 1998.
- August, 1999. Creamy Mushroom Soup. From The Archives.
- King Dong Pink Pickled Ginger. From The Archives. August, 1999.
- Potatoes, Oven Baked with Balsamic Vinegar and Thyme. From The Archives. August, 1999.
- Ingredients: A Note on Worcestershire Sauce. From The Archives. August, 1998.
- Pasta with Porcini Mushroom Sauce. From The Archives. August, 1997.
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
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