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Kurma Live - Corny but Nice

Here's the last excerpt (for now) from my third 26-part TV series screened on SBS TV.

corn fritters:

And if you can't write down the ingredients fast enough, here's the recipe.

Enjoy!

Yamuna Devi's Cracked Black Pepper Rice

pepper rice:

Yamuna Devi's Cracked Black Pepper Rice

Yamuna Devi writes: "This zesty side dish is particularly pleasing in a large, full-course meal with two or more varieties of rice. It is served at room temperature, sometimes chilled, but it always retains pungent warmth from its substantial quantity of cracked black pepper.

The Art of War

sun tzu:

Here's some cogent battle advice for today's armchair warriors, written 2400 years ago, but still ever-relevant.

"In joining battle, seek the quick victory. If battle is
protracted, your weapons will be blunted and your troops
demoralized. If you lay siege to a walled city, you
exhaust your strength. If your armies are kept in the
field for a long time, your national reserves will not
suffice.

Kurma Live - Nut-filled Pastries with Fragrant Syrup (Kataifi)

she's kataifi!:

They're sweet, they're Greek, they're delicious.

And they're here.

Kali Orexi!

Is Eating Eggs Really as Bad for Your Heart as Smoking?

bad egg:

A recent study by researchers at Western University in Canada found that the more egg yolks people ate, the thicker their artery walls became — an indicator of heart disease risk — and that the effect was almost as bad as from smoking cigarettes.

Read more...

Cooking with Kurma Live - Mexican Broad Bean Salad (Ensalada de Habas)

kurma:

Beanz meanz - Kurma!

More live cookery adventures.

Yamuna Devi's Rice with Shredded Carrots and Coconut

big bas:

Yamuna Devi's Rice with Shredded Carrots and Coconut (Gajar Pulao)

Yamuna Devi writes: "This is pale golden rice marbled with shredded carrots and toasted shredded coconut. A touch of raisins adds a little sweetness. You may want to remove the whole cloves, peppercorns and cinnamon stick before serving, as they are not meant to be eaten.

Cooking with Kurma Live - Mixed Vegetable Curry with Coconut Milk

Tiny Kurma:

Is that a tiny Kurma, or a very big bowl? I can feel an Elton John song coming on...but I digress.

Here's an excerpt from my last SBS TV cookery series, as yet UNRELEASED!!!

Yamuna Devi's Tomatoes in Smooth Yogurt

fresh beautiful tomatoes:

Yamuna Devi's Tomatoes in Smooth Yogurt (Tamatar Raita)

Yamuna Devi writes: "Tomato is probably the most popular raita selection in India, vying for first position with cucumber. It is simple, unadorned refreshment, with each region having its own slight nuance in seasoning. The contrast between the brilliant red tomatoes and the snowy yogurt is vivid and appealing.

Yamuna Devi's Tomatoes in Smooth Yogurt

fresh beautiful tomatoes:

Yamuna Devi's Tomatoes in Smooth Yogurt (Tamatar Raita)

Yamuna Devi writes: "Tomato is probably the most popular raita selection in India, vying for first position with cucumber. It is simple, unadorned refreshment, with each region having its own slight nuance in seasoning. The contrast between the brilliant red tomatoes and the snowy yogurt is vivid and appealing.

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