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Falafel Frida Defies Pharaoh courtesy of koolkosherkitchen
Sitting on his throne, the mighty and proud Pharaoh was lost in deep thought. Seven disasters, one more severe than the other, have plagued his country. Egypt was devastated.
Fishy Mystery courtesy of koolkosherkitchen
I have a three-volume set of Confucius teachings. Years ago, when we were all young and passionate, and tended to argue earth-shattering issues till wee hours of the morning, with guitars and Georgian wines (that’s a country, not a state), sometimes, when an argument hit a dead-end and voices got hoarse, one of us would pull a Confucius volume, open it at random, and pronounce, “Confucius say..”
Florentine Salad courtesy of koolkosherkitchen
This is a combination of two salads. Years ago in Israel, my aunt served a simple, yet delicious and healthy salad. It was just thinly sliced celery with diced scallions, dressed Israeli style, with lemon juice and olive oil. I loved it, and started making it regularly. Then I saw one of the antipasti offered at Hosteria Romana owned by our friend Marco Efrati right here on South Beach (caution: Hosteria Romana is advertised as specializing in Roman-Jewish meals, but it is not kosher). This antipasto consisted of celery, red onions, and cannellini beans.
Homemade Fajita Seasoning courtesy of Retired? No one told me!
Since living here in Thailand there are a lot of foodstuffs which I used to buy and can no longer buy as no one stocks them here. Some I get bought over by visitors others I have learnt to substitute with another vegetable or product or make it myself.
Fresh Fruit Salad anyone? courtesy of Retired? No one told me!
The beauty of a fresh fruit salad is that you can make it as large or as small as you like one portion or ten. You can use any fruit that you have and it can different every time.
Authentic Red Snapper Fish Curry / Sankara Meen Kuzhambu courtesy of Indian kitchen
An authentic fish curry with steamed rice and fried fish is a lipsmacking recipe combo for lunch. Red snapper / Sankara fish has such an unique flavour that gives a delicious taste when prepared as a curry/Kuzhambu than fry. This is a basic fish curry preparation which can be tried with any fish varieties but best tastes with varieties like Sankara (Red snapper), Nethili (Anchovies), Nagara (Japanese threadfin bream fish), Mathi (Sardines).
Foxtail Millet Pongal / Thinai Pongal courtesy of Indian kitchen
Foxtail millet / Thinai arisi was one of the staple food in ancient days. Millets are called as sirudhaniyam in tamil and its popular in Tamilnadu. Thinai / Foxtail millet is a vegan food and also gluten free cereal. It is rich in protiens, and low in fat and has good amount of fiber content, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium and carbohydrates.
Spicy Egg Fried Rice courtesy of Indian kitchen
Fried rice is an easy rice recipe that is loved by most of the kids. Addition of eggs in the fried rice makes it even more favourite dish for them and this one is great for lunchbox. Addition of chilli powder gives an extra punch to this rice.
Healthy Bittergourd Stir Fry courtesy of Indian kitchen
Most of us will have an aversion towards bittergourd but this recipe will definitely change our attitude towards it. This stir fry involves very less ingredients without any masalas. In this recipe, I used the bittergourd as it is and did not do any pre-preparations to remove its bitterness.The final addition of jaggery powder / Sugar gives an extra punch to the stir fry as well as reduce the bitterness. This recipe is an amazing side dish for rice.
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