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The Big Breakfast

My son Nitai flew to Western Australia for a week.

'Great Vegetarian Dishes' Reviews

Great_Vegetarian_Dishes_Spread:

"Over 240 recipes from around the world. You’ll notice in “Great Vegetarian Dishes’” full and inviting Directory of Recipes quite a number of tantalizing Indian recipes – South Indian Sweet-and-Sour Tamarind Rice, Gujarati Yogurt Soup, Rajasthani Spicy Dal-Stuffed Bread, North Indian Curried Cauliflower and Potato, and many others.

Groaning Tables

This is the first part of a casual photo collection of memorable post-cooking class banquets I have hosted. The venue is Darwin in tropical far-north Australia, and the year is 2008. If you'd like to get more of a feel of the time and place, click here.

groaning tables, Darwin:

I'll be back there again in November this year.

Groaning Tables

This is the first part of a casual photo collection of memorable post-cooking class banquets I have hosted. The venue is Darwin in tropical far-north Australia, and the year is 2008. If you'd like to get more of a feel of the time and place, click here.

groaning tables, Darwin:

I'll be back there again in November this year.

Gone Surfing

Gone-Surfing:

While out there, I stumbled on this blog entry....

Fifty Summers

"Oh! I do like to be beside the seaside..."
Freezing our pre-pubescent selves off at Frinton, England July 1962.

Frinton on Sea, England July 1962:

Seems like half a century ago.

Srila Prabhupada explains the maha-mantra

New Zealand Prime Minister gets a Kurma Cookbook

At a visit to the Hare Krishna community in Auckland, New Zealand on June 21st, New Zealand Prime Minister John Keys received a copy of my first cookbook Great Vegetarian Dishes.

NZ Prime Minister:

He was happy to receive it, especially since one of his daughters is becoming a vegetarian, and he himself cooks at home every Sunday. Who knows what vegie delights may soon be on the menu at the Keys residence!

Why?

Why not?

memories of cherry pie:

Cheesy Stuff

grana padano:

Lene from Norway writes:

"Hello and thank you for your wonderful cookbooks. In many of your recipes
you use parmesan or grana padano. I wonder which brand you use? I dont find
any varieties with microbial rennet, only animal, but if I know which brand I may get the store here in Norway to order it. Thanks for your answer. Greetings from
Lene"

My reply: "Hello Lene, Thanks for your letter.

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