Workers’ Curry (Chana masala)

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There’s been quite a lot of cooking from Made in India by Meera Sodha here in Whatfoodimadeland in the past week or so. It was the Food52 Cookbook Club cookbook of the month for October but I got a late … Continue reading

Curried Cauliflower Soup with Coriander Chutney

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It has been a while since I wrote about soup. That ends now! This East Indian-inspired soup is delicious and perfect for this time of year. The earthy flavour of the roasted cauliflower is brightened by the coriander chutney with … Continue reading

Roasted Ratatouille with Polenta

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I went a little overboard last time I visited the farmer’s market. But everything looked so bright and colourful! I could not resist. The pressure was on, then, to use these vegetables in some tasty dish before they were no … Continue reading

Crusty Baked Shells and Cauliflower

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The Barefoot Contessa has a new cooking show on television. This makes me very happy. There are eight episodes of Ina Garten teaching us to Cook Like a Pro and I sat and watched them all, one after another, last … Continue reading

Cherry Tomato Crostini With Homemade Herbed Goat Cheese

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We are getting close to prime tomato season here in Ontario. This makes me happy because I like all the tomatoes: the big beefsteaks for my sandwiches, the plum tomatoes for making red sauce to eat all winter long, the … Continue reading

Mexican Street Corn Salad

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This is based on a dish that I’ve long wanted to try: Mexican Street Corn (elotes). I was recently reminded of my interest when some friends had a Mexican-themed dinner party and someone brought all the fixings and then made … Continue reading

Turkish Pasta with Feta, Yogurt and Dill

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Another recipe from the Food52 Cookbook Club! I would probably not have tried unless others in the group had written about how good it was, but like everything I’ve made from Simple so far, it was delicious. The combination of … Continue reading