Articles Tagged “india”
The good, the bad, the ugly: the do's and don'ts of Sweet Potato Chana Masala.Read More »
Every week, a DIY expert spares us a trip to the grocery store and shows us how to make small batches of great foods at home.Read More »
A veritable Indian feast to spice up your weeknight supper.Read More »
Our friend Susan Pachikara writes the always-excellent Kitchen Basics column at Whole Foods Market Cooking. This time, though, she's not teaching us how to freeze avocados, all about melting chocolate, or the whys of caramelizing onions -- Susan now has an iPad app that shares a name with her blog: the Cardamom Kitchen app, currently $1.99 in the iTunes App Store.Read More »
Today: The big day! Anum and Liyna throw their Mother's Day Big Feast.Read More »
Anum takes us step-by-step through making Sooji Ka Halwa, a traditional Pakistani dessert.Read More »
Liyna prepares -- and meditates on -- the Hyderabadi biryani.Read More »
Liyna and Anum track down the spices and groceries needed for their big feast.Read More »
A cook whose recipes make us melt.Read More »
If you love Sunday Dinners, you'll get a kick out of this: starting today our very own Tom Hirschfeld will be sharing occasional snapshots here on Feed52 of life on his farm in Indiana. Tom, take it away:
"Spring fever means a bona fide front porch bath. It's a rite of spring (or the first day that is warm enough if March 20 isn't) for us that constitutes a hot bath on the front porch. And because sisters will be sisters, it did not take long for the splashing to begin."
Now that's an amazing family tradition -- and what an incredible photograph. What are your best memories of spring?
Photo by Tom HirschfeldRead More »