Tag Archives: Cilantro

Quinoa in the Rice Cooker

I have to admit, when I first saw this word, I thought it would be pronounced Kin-Oh-Ah, and went by this misconception for some time.  After all, that’s what it looked like.  People started talking about Keen-Wah, and I hadn’t … Continue reading

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Juice: Grapefruit, cuke, onion, bell pepper, spinach, cilantro

1 grapefruit * 1/3 cucumber, peeled (you can leave the peel on if it isn’t supermarket-waxed) two or three slices of onion, depending on the size of your onion.  Peeled of course 1/3 bell pepper a goodly handful of fresh … Continue reading

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Indian Cooking Class Today

One of the first five or six cookbooks I ever got was An Invitation to Indian Cooking, by Madhur Jaffrey. (Two or three of the other books were gifts, at least one from my mother so I’d know how to … Continue reading

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Cilantro and Strawberries

Leaving the house for work earlier this week, as I passed by the the elevated rock garden, I happened to catch a whiff of cilantro.  Immediately I pulled my lunch out of the case, snipped off a few bits of … Continue reading

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