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Red Curry Noodles: A Very Asian Recipe

  I am not being disparaging when I say this: Asian recipes can have a lot of ingredients. That’s a complement and actually a statement of longing. American food culture is built around fast food. Not just McDonalds and Burger King. Look at the popular cookbooks and the television shows. In 30 minutes, they’ll show…

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Curried Lamb Shanks with Carrots, Chickpeas and Potatoes

        Whatever was wrong with me? I used to hate chickpeas. Hate. With passion. Now, I love. With passion. And I know why. This year we have come across an exceptional hummus recipe [http://www.cookingbythebook.com/recipes/red-pepper-hummus-smoked-paprika/] and now this sumptuous dinner treat from Curtis Stone. In a word, this recipe is magnificent. And just…

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Curry Roasted Cauliflower from Good Housekeeping

Cauliflower is becoming one of our favorite veggies. The trick has been to extend the basic flavor. Usually, you’ve had steamed cauliflower and, I think, at best that result could be described as distinctive, but not something you’d crave every day. Well, if you change technique and add some accenting flavor, wonders can occur. Instead…

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Green Lamb Curry from Madhur Jaffrey

There’s your comfort food. And there’s your comfort zone. Comfort food is instilled in your childhood. A summer potato salad from your mom. A grandmother’s latkas you smell on the stairway of her apartment building before you’ve even knocked on the door. The personal mixture of memories and flavors is exceptional for each of us.…

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