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  • Syndicated's picture
    Posted: 2 years 20 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    "The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes". (Marcel Proust) "Premanjana-churita-bhakti-vilocanena - annoint your eyes with the ointment of bhakti". (Sri Brahma Samhita)
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    Posted: 2 years 20 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    Today (for my Australian readers, anyway) is the full-moon birthday of Lord Balarama, the eternally youthful brother of Lord Krishna. This evening I'm attending the Hare Krishna festivities here in Sydney. In sacred Vedic theology, it is described how Lord Balarama is the first personal bodily expansion of Lord Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. All other incarnations expand from Him. In Lord Krishna's earthly pastimes, He plays as Krishna's older brother. Together Krishna and...
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    Posted: 2 years 20 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    Yamuna Devi's Butternut Squash Puree with Coconut (Kaddu Bharta) Yamuna Devi writes: "Pumpkin is the most popular winter squash in India. It is sold in cut pieces. This bright orange squash is more often boiled than baked. In the West, we can ash-or oven-bake whole smaller varieties, such as butternut, acorn, Hubbard or buttercup. Flavour and nutrition are locked within the tough, thick skin. A delicate blend of cardamom, fennel and lime juice beautifully offsets the sweet puree. Garnish with...
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    Posted: 2 years 20 weeks ago
    This is a class I gave for our Sunday Feast crowd last Sunday BG 9.1-2 Nityananda Chandra das- Sunday Feast- Digesting The Most Secret 2012-07-29
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    Posted: 2 years 20 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    A simple but elegant recipe from my cookery guru, Yamuna Devi. Yamuna Devi's Apple Salad (Seb Kachamber) Outside of Kashmir, where most of India’s apples are grown, the texture of Indian apples tends to be mealy – a sure sign of over ripening due to long storage at warm temperatures. On the whole, I do not find them as good as most western varieties. Use any crisp salad or all-purpose apple: for example, Newton, pippin or McIntosh, which are crisp, sweet and juicy, with a tangy overtone;...
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