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If the closest you have come to a can of coconut milk is a takeout container of Thai chicken curry, you are missing out a wholesome flavor and richness. Coconut milk is responsible f... >>
Here is your guide to perfecting pumpkin pie from the sugar to spice ratio, to making homemade crust and serving in style. A slice of pumpkin pie is the sweetest way to end a hea... >>

 

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Dal has a double meaning: It is both the word for lentils and beans and the term for a thick purée or soup made from lentils. Lentil dal is essentially just a lentil soup. How... >>
After a season of indulgences it is now time to return to the gym. However, while workouts at the gym are important to getting back in shape, equally important is eating the right fo... >>
Traditional cheese balls are a mixture of cream cheese, grated semi-soft or semi-firm cheese whipped smooth with a few added flavorings, which are then shaped into a ball of about fo... >>
Brown butter is one of those shortcut ingredients to great cooking. It takes any kind of cake to a whole new level of complex, nutty deliciousness, and adds toasted flavors to cornbr... >>
From the turkey to the sprouts, the mince pies to the party puddings, whatever festive feast you're throwing this Christmas, eat, drink and be merry with all our festive recipes.... >>
Rice pudding is among the best comfort foods one can have. Not only is it sweet and rich — an indulgent custard that begs to be topped with a spoonful of whipped cream — ... >>
The promise of crispy, juicy, oven-baked chicken is one that every cook wishes to achieve. This method involves coating chicken in breadcrumbs and then frying in hot oil. While t... >>
The word chutney comes from the Hindi word ‘chaatna,’ which means to lick. Chutneys are such flavor bombs that, in theory, even a lick is enough. Hot, tart, sweet, or a d... >>
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