Tag Archives India

The golden corncob

The golden corncob

By Posted on 3 min read
The one that was domesticated by indigenous peoples of Mexico thousands of years ago.

Share

By
Turning your hummus green

Turning your hummus green

By Posted on 2 min read

One of the most important ingredients for Indian, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern cooking is a humble chickpea. It’s a seed of a legume plant that can be red, black, green, white, …

Share

By
Apple with a hint of onion: Kohlrabi

Apple with a hint of onion: Kohlrabi

By Posted on 2 min read

Kohlrabi is also known as German turnip but if you take its direct meaning it’s cabbage turnip from the German, sort of wild cabbage with a sturdy stem that resembles that …

Share

By
Indian Pantry: Exotic Spices

Indian Pantry: Exotic Spices

By Posted on 3 min read

India is a universally acknowledged cornucopia of spices. But some may snort at this notion because their knowledge of Indian spices is often limited by an omnipresent turmeric, cumin and curry …

Share

By
The Magic Of Turmeric

The Magic Of Turmeric

By Posted on 4 min read

Turmeric is an exotic root that is either Indian and Malaysian originally. Grown for its benefits for nearly 4000 years in its region of origin, this spice was already used in …

Share

La magie du curcuma

La magie du curcuma

By Posted on 5 min read

Le curcuma est une racine exotique qu’on imagine d’origine indienne et malaisienne. Cultivée pour ses bienfaits depuis pas loin de 4000 ans dans sa région d’origine, cette épice a été connue …

Share