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Benefits of Bitter Taste – Part 2 (More Recipes)

Benefits of Bitter Taste – Part 2 (More Recipes)

In my previous post, I had described the importance and benefits of bitter taste in our food. That post, The Benefits of Bitter Taste, I had outlined that while western cooking has gone so mild in bitter taste (except perhaps for coffee), this taste plays  (Full Story)

Sri Lankan Spicy Chicken Curry

Sri Lankan Spicy Chicken Curry

Sri Lankan spicy chicken curry is one of my favourite dishes. First of all, in Sri Lankan style chicken curry, one has to have the bones (not the feet, of course). Having a curry with just the flesh without the bones robs the curry a  (Full Story)

MIC Canadian Eatery & Whiskey Pub

MIC Canadian Eatery & Whiskey Pub

During my trip to Sudbury to enjoy the fall/autumn colors, I decided to try out the MIC (Made in Canada) Canadian Eatery and Whiskey Pub for dinner. As the name suggests, the MIC revels in its menu with ingredients sourced from within Canada as much  (Full Story)

Spicy Chicken Curry Lunch

Spicy Chicken Curry Lunch

Weekend lunches are always special. It is the time to cook fresh curries and have a warm and hearty rice-and-curry meal. It is usually a non-vegetarian meal and this past weekend I made a very spicy chicken curry. To go with it, I also made  (Full Story)

Vegetarian lunch

Vegetarian lunch

My usual lunch on Sundays is rice and 2-3 curries with the main curry being a spicy non-vegetarian one. Recently, though, I decided that I wanted to have a full Indian/Sri Lankan style vegetarian meal. A traditional meal is supposed to have a diversity of  (Full Story)

A tryst with jerk chicken & rice-n-peas

A tryst with jerk chicken & rice-n-peas

Over the weekend, I wanted to make jerk chicken with rice-and-peas for lunch. My plan was to use the rotisserie on my BBQ for the chicken but when I woke up Sunday morning I saw it was an overcast sky with drizzle. I still thought  (Full Story)