Day: September 16, 2019

Fond Recollections of Our Not So Humble Servants in India

We’re looking for funny experiences from your own lives. We think others will enjoy tales of food mishaps, surprises, peculiar edibles, first cooking attempts / mistakes, etc. In this issue, instead of tales of food mishaps & surprises, etc., we’re sharing Margaret Deefholts’ humorous tribute to two tempermental, but accomplished, cooks from her childhood. By …

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Bend it Like Beckham

The Cultural Influences of the Indian sub-continent have enriched Art, Music, Poetry, Literature, Fashion & Furnishings for thousands of years. We’d love to continue that heritage and support individual artists, authors, designers, craftspeople, musicians, & poets, who embellish our spirits with their creativity and inspiration. PLEASE share your recommendations with our readers. Review clips * …

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Mama’s Hot Dish

By Frank Cornelius 2 Lbs. Ground Beef 2 Medium Onions (Cut and Diced) 1 Green Pepper (Cut and Diced) 2 Tbsp. Ground Coriander 2 Teasp. Ground Turmeric 1/2 Teasp. Ground Cumin 1 Teasp. Ground Ginger 1/4 Teasp. Ground Pepper 2 Teasp. Crushed Red Pepper 1-1/2 Teasp. Salt 1 Can Tomato Soup 1 Can Beef Broth …

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Stanley Brush’s heartwarming, evocative autobiography rich with humorous and, at times, poignant vignettes of growing up in Bengal, India.

Over 250 photos with captions, hand-drawn maps for geographic reference, plus many amusing graphics.
– 256 pages printed on acid free, archival paper for your heritage library.
– Black & white interior with full color, UV laminated cover.

Read Excerpts from the Book

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