Mum’s Chicken Curry

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The end of the month = the end of my trying recipes from Made in India for now. Just in time for all the preparation that goes into the food for the upcoming holiday season. This book has proven to … Continue reading

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

Shakshuka

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Another month, another cookbook to try out from the Food52 Cookbook Club. This time, it’s any of the books written by Yotam Ottolenghi. Three of these books are familiar to me… I’ve cooked from Ottolenghi, Plenty and Jerusalem already. And … Continue reading

Sicilian Pizza With Pepperoni and Spicy Tomato Sauce

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I was enticed to read this story about New York’s Finest Sicilian Pizza by the photograph for the article. Then I got to the line about the pepperoni curling up to create “crispy grease chalices”. This description may not appeal … Continue reading

Rotini, Fresh Basil, Pine Nut and Cheese Casserole

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Hello! It’s been a while. I took a break, but now I’m back. Let’s see if I still remember how to do this. I was interested in this recipe because it has a few different-than-usual ingredients: Havarti cheese and pine … Continue reading

Vegetarian Tamale Pie

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Eating vegetarian meals once in a while is another way to lower your food costs. Along with the other benefits realized by reducing the amount of meat in our diets (fewer calories consumed, more fiber and vitamins in our diets … Continue reading

Shortcut Sausage Meatballs

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I am swamped these days. With an abundance of work and a fuller than usual social calendar, there is little time to plan menus, let alone cook. As always, a well-stocked pantry is seeing me through. This lovely recipe from … Continue reading