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2.12.08

India: Manjula's Kitchen

Learning a new recipe is just not the same if you have to read it in a book by yourself. The modern West has fewer and fewer mothers and other relatives who are both knowledgeable and willing to teach us their special secrets of the kitchen. And so there is the Food Network - smiling faces, sparkling HD footage and access to written versions of the recipes with a few easy clicks online. But then the options are limited. Can't we learn more than Southern, American, Italian, and mildly French cuisine? With visual instructions, please?

Thanks to Manjula: we can! Indian delights made easy. Watch her YouTube videos, or visit her decked out website for a well organized collection of recipes. Pakora, puri, masala, paneer, cilantro chutney... the works. You can also read her blog and learn more about her (we just learned Manjula's second favorite cuisine is Italian).

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