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Peanut Butter Cookies and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

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Skip to the Plate Skip to the Page Before you even consider the fact that I stuffed my face yesterday with all manner of wonderful foods, I’ve been in a really, really sugar-focused mood lately. Like, give me cookies or give me death! (Although, to be honest, I’d also accept brownies.) And since one of my co-workers was celebrating the big 4-0 and specifically requested peanut butter cookies, I decided to double the recipe and treat myself. The recipe that I’ve used for ages, from Land o??...

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Misal Pav

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India has a varieties of cuisines particularly because of demographics and cultural boundation. Among them, Maharashtrian or Marathi cuisine is the cuisine of the Marathi people from the Indian state of Maharashtra. From the world famous pav bhaji to the delicious poha, Maharashtra has a lot to offer to food lovers. Maharashtrian recipes mainly consists of wide variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian food as being one of the coastal states predominantly the sea food has got quite an impact ...

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Almond Whirls and Gastrophysics

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Skip to the plate Skip to the Page Today’s post is brought to you by the British people. Namely, Mary Berry of Great British Bake Off fame and Charles Spence of weird psychology facts about food fame. Those brilliant people. What would be binge watch without them? I know I’m not the only one who gets illusions of grandeur after watching an episode of GBBO. However, I may be the only one who then obsessively bakes the same thing for weeks following in a quest for yankee perfection of these of...

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Avarekalu murukku recipe – How to make Karnataka style avarekalu or Hyacinth bean murukku

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Avarekalu / Hyacinth bean murukku or chakuli recipe with step by step pictures is given in this post. This is instant snack on a festive occasion or any other day. There are many murukku recipes in South India, this is just a modified version of the same. This is a glutenfree and vegan recipe. Avarekalu murukku is a recipe from Karnataka prepared during winter season when there is lot of avarekai or hyacinth bean available in the market. These are rich nutritionally with high fiber, protein con...

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kalakand recipe with paneer and condensed milk / Orange Kalakand burfi recipe /

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Kalakand Recipe with Paneer and Condensed Milk / Holi Special Food / Kalakand Burfi Recipe with Oranges Kalakand - Indian milk cake sweet - an amazing dessert ???? which is made during festival seasons. This sweet is loved by almost everyone as it is so rich and delicious ????. I have already posted the basic recipe of kalakand burfi.  Today's post of kalakand has a twist in it. I have added some fresh orange ???? pulp which makes it more tasty with a unique and typical taste. When I googled fo...

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Baked Aloo Gobi Vegan Recipe Indian Spiced Potato Cauliflower

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Baked Aloo Gobi – Indian Spiced Potato Cauliflower Side. Tips for the Best Aloo Gobi Subzi that bakes perfectly. 10 Mins Active. Toss with spices, put it to bake, and done! No Standing around, no Mushy Cauliflower! Same Amazing Indian flavor and excellent texture. Vegan Glutenfree Soyfree Nutfree Recipe.  Jump to Recipe Aloo Gobi is the quintessential part of an Indian spread. Spiced, perfectly cooked bites of potato and cauliflower, often served along with dals, curries. Aloo gobi is made ...

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Raspberry icecream

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Cholar Dal | Bengali Style Cholar Dal | Lentils with Coconut and Spices

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Cashew chicken curry

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mango ginger pickle / pickled ginger

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French Beans Fry in Mustard Paste

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Winter is all around here in India. Well, nothing can beat fresh french beans straight from the garden ????. These are so easy to grow and highly productive as well. French bean is one of the most popular and widely grown vegetables. But most people who include french beans as one of their favorite vegetables probably don't know how healthy these are. They simply just like the taste and the crunch. Like other vegetables, french beans are a good source of fiber, potassium, folate and are an e...

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Spicy Quinoa & Red Pumpkin Adai | Lentil Dosa

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Mutton Varuval | Mutton Fry

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Cheese Stuffed Peppers

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Gongura Chutney | Gongura Pachadi | Sorrel leaves Chutney

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