Taco Tuesday: Crunchy Fish Tacos & Lime Slaw

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Crunchy Fish Tacos & Lime Slaw
It’s Taco Tuesday! This healthy taco is so delicious and filling. I could honestly eat this every day. If you want a simple fish taco that is not beer battered and fried but still has all the decadence of crunch I recommend you give this taco a go…

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Ayurvedic Pickles and Chutneys

Indian Encyclopedia

pickles.jpgPickles and chutneys are the specialty of Indian food. They generally accompany the staple diet and have their own importance. Like raitas they are also not eaten in huge quantity. It is generally suggested that Pitta prakriti usually avoid pickles as they aggravates Pitta except for sweet pickles and chutneys.

There are a variety of pickle, which forms part of the Indian diet. The regular ones are as follows
*gajar-mooli-ka-achar.jpgCarrot pickle is known to aggravate Pitta dosha.
* Turmeric pickleecfb684bb2d30e1c326ed353731e87c2.jpg 
* Green Mango pickle
* Coriander chutney 

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List of Italian Cheeses – History, Regional Provenience and Pairings

Well this is a very important resource for anyone who is in love with Italian food. (I didn’t see Strecchino on the list, that is my only gripe.)

Authentic Italian Recipes from Nonna Box

Italy makes some of the best tasting, aromatic, and artisan cheeses in the world. They claim their rightful spot at the top of the list for their extraordinary cheese products and the fantastic recipes derived from them.

We’ve all heard of popular Italian cheeses such as Pecorino, Grana Padano, Parmigiano Reggiano, and Mozzarella di Bufala. Here’s a little information on the history of Italian cheeses.

A Brief History of Italian Cheese

Italy produces approximately 600 different types of cheeses. Some of their most famous cheeses date back centuries or even 2,000 years in the case of Pecorino Romano. The European Commission granted several of these cheeses protected status and the most famous of them have the DOP status.

Roman BreadThe Romans enjoyed cheese and loved eating and making it. Sheep’s milk Pecorino Romano was a treasured cheese at imperial banquets. It became a staple food for soldiers because it had…

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A Little Schezuan and More Asian

I have very little time to relay these important Asian recipes that I have found today. I have to get back to work on some books of magic that I am working on in diligence of pursuing a publication date with them soon; very soon; or so I hope. Meanwhile, I could not withhold some … Continue reading A Little Schezuan and More Asian

Multi-Bean Soup

32 Bean Soup for Sale | North Bay Trading I was looking at my Google News features this morning and found a good recipe for 15 Bean Soup that recommends a side of No Knead Bread, see post below. So I thought this to be a good feature for a recipe to post, this being … Continue reading Multi-Bean Soup