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Tiropitakia

You've probably heard of the financial and social geffuffle that Greece is in right now. I visited Athens five years back. Maybe you've read my travel diary? If not, here it is. You'll need to scroll down until you get to "A Trip to Greece, January 2007
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Here's an excerpt: Tiropitakia, little cheese pies, come in many shapes and sizes here in Greece.

Seeker or Student?

I had a kitchen conversation with my daughter Jahnavi the other day. The next day she sent me a piece she’d written. Day after that it was published on a popular yoga website. Clever girl.

http://www.elephantjournal.com/2012/02/seeker-or-student/

 

A Guru in every Town and Village

After people have read one of Srila Prabhupada’s books, and if they want to know more, their first question is often something like this: “How can I find out more about all this? Do you have any meetings in my town?” or “Are there any other Krishna people living near me?” That was my first eager question at the age of 16 when I received a Back to Godhead magazine in the streets of Nottingham, England.

A Guru in every Town and Village

After people have read one of Srila Prabhupada’s books, and if they want to know more, their first question is often something like this: “How can I find out more about all this? Do you have any meetings in my town?” or “Are there any other Krishna people living near me?” That was my first eager question at the age of 16 when I received a Back to Godhead magazine in the streets of Nottingham, England.

Kurma Cooking DVD sets Special Offer

My 20-hour, 11-disc Cookery DVD Collection is on special for just $60 for the month of February. This is inclusive of postage and handling, anywhere in Australia. Hurry since stocks are limited!!!

Respond to this post now to take advantage of the great offer!

Oprah in Vrindavan

Oprah in Vrindavan:

The closest thing to 'goss' you'll find on my blog.

Soda Bread, To Be Sure

K M from Rostov, Russia asks:

"How can I make a soft, light bread, but without yeast itself?"

My reply:

"This recipe has never let me down. If you want a fast and easy homemade bread recipe with a good texture and a delicious tangy flavour, this is the one for you. Because it contains no yeast, this bread is best made and consumed on the same day.

Yamuna Devi's Nutritious Whole Grain, Split Pea and Vegetable Soup (Sabji Matar Dal)

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More serialising of recipes by my cooking guru, Yamuna Devi.

Yamuna Devi's Papaya, Avocado and Jerusalem Artichoke Salad

I continue serialising some superb recipes by my cooking guru, Yamuna Devi. Before attempting to cook any of her recipes, make sure you are aware of the difference between US measures and Australian/metric measures. See below*

The Real KFC

Happy New Year everyone!

You may (or may not) have heard of The Real IRA - well here's something equally revolutionary. Why not try The Real KFC - Kurma's Fried Cauliflowers. Crispy nuggets of cauliflower (or any vegetable, for that matter) fried in a spicy batter seasoned with Kurma's secret herbs and spices. Whenever and wherever I cook them, they are always a crowd-pleaser.

Incidentally, I was calling Kurma's Fried Cauliflower KFC way before that notorious brand name, originally called Kentucky Fried Chicken, became KFC.

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