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Chicken Tikka Masala – Indian Comfort Food

Chicken Tikka Masala: it's really stupendously good, and you should cook it. There, that seems accurate enough.

Freshly homemade ginger-garlic paste!

Ginger-Garlic Paste – Perfect for Indian Cooking!

Luckily, ginger and garlic lend themselves to long-term storage in the form of ginger-garlic paste, and it's an absolute breeze to make for yourself, so long as you've got a few basic ingredients and tools! For the visual learners in the audience, check out this album!

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Your Starter Kitchen – North Indian Basics

North Indian food is based in the great city cuisine prominent in Delhi and Mumbai and the rich delicacies of Punjab and Gujarat. It has an emphasis on wheat and dairy and is commonly prepared atop a base of onion, garlic, and ginger. Perhaps most importantly, it's the food that most Westerners think of when they imagine Indian specialties: chicken tikka masala, saag paneer, naan, and mango lassi. These dishes, introduced to the broader world via the British Raj and a constant stream of Indian, Bengali, and Pakistani emigrants, are nearly synonymous with Indian cooking for most people.

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Your Starter Kitchen – A Guide to the Basics

Welcome to Your Starter Kitchen--a series of posts dedicated to helping you build out your very first kitchen if you're just starting out--or to fill in some important gaps if you've been cooking for awhile. I'll cover everything from equipment to appliances to pantry items, giving you the info you need to build the perfect Starter Kitchen.

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A Classic: Cajun Red Beans and Rice

When I was a kid, I hated eating. Really, really hated eating. My parents dealt with it as best they could, but...

Learn to Food Manifesto

Learn To Food: A Manifesto

Hi there, and welcome to Learn To Food! I’m Randy, and I’ll be your guide, partner, and sometimes-mentor through this...

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