This is a terrific graphic that I found on Pinterest. Unfortunately, the link doesn't work and I haven't been able to find it on the University of California Berkeley website. Thank you to them!Continue
Recipe Idea:I love to have “go to” recipes that everyone loves, whether they are omnivores or vegans, love gluten or can’t touch the stuff. This recipe is definitely in that category. It is vegan,…Continue
CHICKEN & ARTICHOKESIngredients4-skinless, boneless chicken breast halvessalt and pepper to taste1 tablespoon olive oil1 tablespoon butter1 (14 ounce) can marinated quartered artichoke hearts-cut…Continue
Spent last week at the Outer Banks of NC. Lois did most of the cooking for us, kids & grandkids. I did make the morning waffles a couple of times. And grilled the NY Strip steaks. We ate sea food, too which was made even more delicious with the sound of the ocean waves. Post your favorite sea food recipe for all of us to enjoy.
Spring Onion Palyagoes well Chapathi and Rice and can be prepared very quickly.
Spring onions are a very good source of vitamin C, chromium and dietary fiber. They are also a good source of manganese, molybdenum, vitamin B6, and folate, potassium, phosphorous and copper.
1. Spring Onion - 6
2. Coconut grated - 2 Table Spoon
3. Green chilly - 1
Children to elders, everyone likes peanuts (very much known as Kadkekai/shenga). This is prepared in North Karnataka and used in few side dishes. This has been all time favorite of my family. My mother is an expert in this and her grand children call her to prepare this Shenga chutney pudi before visiting her.
Groundnut/Peanut chutney powder can be mixed with Curd/Ghee, tastes good with…Continue