This recipe started off as a very simple snack to which we were introduced by our neighbor Lauren. It as so crisp and delicious, I just had to find out how it was made. My daughter and I experimented with it till we were really happy with it. One year we decided to make some … Continue reading
I first learned this recipe from Alan Hooker who ran the Ranch House restaurant in Ojai, CA. Alan liked to serve this chilled with hot boiled potato slices added in the middle, creating a hot and cold experience to go with the sour and salt and dill flavors. I have tried it both ways and … Continue reading
A delicious blend of flavors that will have your family enjoying spinach. A couple of tablespoons of this packs a powerful punch of nutrition with a meal. It’s a snap to make and stores well in the refrigerator for several days.
The lowly uppuma frequently gets a bad rap. Despite it having been a winning recipe on a TV chef competition, many of us harbor a little bit of disdain for this dish. This is reflected in phrases like “just uppuma”. My daughter and I love uppuma. It is nutritous and capable of infinite variety and can … Continue reading
This is a terriffic vegetarian chili recipe from Ranga Seshadri. He brought some to share when he came to dinner and I stashed it away for myself and I am glad I did. It was delicious and I was able to make two more meals out of it that week. I plan to experiment with … Continue reading
This is a very easy curry to make. It has a robust and authentic flavor and goes well with both rice and with rotis.
This is an easy to prepare, spicy tomato chutney that you can enjoy with any rice dish or serve with bread.