Herbed Bread Rolls
In this recipe, small bun-sized pieces of herbed and yeasted dough are arranged in a quiche pan or shallow cake tin fairly close together, then baked.
Calling All Carnivores...
The New York Times has arranged a contest: "Tell us why its ethical to eat meat".
Food blogger and chef extraordinaire Lakshmi writes "Cheese balls are mild and soft in texture and taste. Crunchy cucumber salad with roasted peanuts and grated coconut create a nice contrast. It matches well with a paperthin puff-bread, poori...
21 March 2012
This is a quick version of a succulent North Indian dish that my spiritual master Srila Prabhupada taught his young disciple Yamuna Devi (my cookery guru) in 1966. Yamuna went on to become one of the world's foremost authorities on vegetarian cuisine.
My dear wonderful old friend Nrsimhadeva left the stage last night, and moved on to something even bigger and better. Thanks Nrsimha for your decades of selfless service, your superb company, and your memorable man hugs.
I always think that my old friend Akhandadhi does a very good job on the BBC Radio 4 slot ‘Thought for the Day.’ It’s only 2 minutes and 43 seconds but it can be very tricky to say what you want to say in that time. And then there’s the difficulty of getting to the BBC studio by 7.30 in the morning. But there’s around 4 million people listening so its worth it. Akhandadhi has recently done a piece on Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, and here is his piece this morning, about vegetarianism. Try rolling forward to 1:48 and you’ll catch it around there: