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Nawabi Style Lamb Roast

Posted on13. May, 2008 by .

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“Nawab” means king in Urdu and Hindi. This dish is for a true celebration and a festive dinner meal fit for a king. It takes a bit of work and preparation time but it is well worth the effort. This sure is a crowd pleaser! A 3 pound leg of lamb will serve approx 6 […]

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Hot Summer Grilling Ideas and Tips

Hot Summer Grilling Ideas and Tips

Posted on13. May, 2008 by .

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Hot Summer Grilling Ideas and Tips One thing is hot this season is skewers. A lot of chefs and home cooks are giving the skewer a sophisticated makeover. Whether it’s a spicy chicken with chillies, sweet scallops with peppers or fragrant lamb with preserved lemon one ting is for sure there will be no cutlery […]

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"Taste for life" – An culinary event with a commitment to ending violence

Posted on12. Apr, 2008 by .

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TASTE FOR LIFE “Cooking for Life” Presents TASTE FOR LIFE Join Honarary Lead Chef Vikas Khanna from New York City and Chicago’s Top Chefs Featuring Master Sommelier Alpna Singh (Host of Check. Please!) Tantalize all your senses with culinary samplings from Chicago’s hottest restaurants and tastes of fine wine from around the globe. Stir your […]

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Modern Indian Cook's Essentials

Posted on24. Mar, 2008 by .

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There is no single right way to cook any Indian dishes, nor is there a single proper way to serve an Indian meal. The Indian recipes can be made using a variety of techniques – experimentation and practice are the keys to success! Spices are to Indian cooking what basic stocks, sauces and dressings are […]

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How to preserve an open bottle of wine

Posted on13. Feb, 2008 by .

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There should not be any excuse for letting a drop of good wine go to waste! We all love a good bottle of wine! You’ve just had dinner with your significant other, and the half-finished bottle of wine remains on the table. It’s late, and you both have work in the morning, so you’re not […]

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