These are my saved Pinboard links for 3rd May 2012:
- Journey Kitchen – A delectable Marriage of Modern and Traditional Indian Cuisine.
- Journey Kitchen: How to make Paneer at home – Paneer is a soft fresh Indian cottage cheese made by simply using acid and no rennet. From sweets, to snacks, curries and even flat breads, one or the other form of this cheese is used in North Indian cuisine extensively. Paneer can also be used in kebabs and tikka as an addictive vegetarian option. No one is going to miss the meat!
- Monkey (Ginger)Bread recipe from food52 – I love monkey bread, and the warm and happy family-time feeling of gathering around something and tearing it apart. But I want my holiday breakfast to have a hint of sugarplum-y whimsy- enter gingerbread. This is my attempt to marry two delicious dishes into one fantastic breakfast. I hope you like it! Oh, and I wanted to test this by doing steps 1-8 the night before, refrigerating the pan of dough, and then doing the second rise in the morning, but I ran out of time. So if you want to make this for breakfast, you could give that a try, or wake up at 5 AM- your call 🙂
- Vegetarian Mushroom Thyme Gravy recipe from food52 – As much as I love everything about cooking Thanksgiving dinner I stress about one thing….the gravy! A vegetarian friend came to the rescue offering up her vegetarian gravy. Through the years it has been tinkered with and has become my "go to" recipe any time I need the perfect gravy for both vegetarians and carnivores. It can be used on mashed potatoes, vegetables, stuffing and even turkey! You can use any type of dried mushroom. I have used shitake mushrooms but mixed dried mushrooms will provide more interesting flavors. To make a vegan version substitute olive oil for the butter and additional broth for the cream.
- Weighthacker – Welcome to Weighthacker, a site that provides smart strategies and tips for geeks who want to lose weight and get healthier.