Stealth Cooking makes Mulligatawny soup
Here's a chicken soup recipe with an interesting history. The British craved a nice soup when they were in India, and this is the result. It's a blend of the British and Continental combination of onion, carrot, and celery with Indian curry spices. Like many soups, there are many variations out there, so feel free to add and delete to make this fit your taste.
Note: Don't worry if you don't have all the spices. Simply add more curry powder if you don't have cumin, coriander, or tumeric. Do taste, however, as you add curry powder. Some powders are hot and spicy, others are mild. So, add some, taste, then add more, until you get a taste you like.
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Cavegrrl visits Natural Products West Expo
I have to say: I am the luckiest unlucky person I know. I just got the boot from my job, but that allowed me to go on a (pretty much) free trip to Anaheim to attend the Natural Products Expo West. So, I guess when one door slams in your face, another one opens and it leads to Disneyland!
The Natural Products Expo West showcased a record number of new natural and organic product launches, and provided the definitive community platform for brands, retailers and influencers in the natural, organic and healthy living sector. Natural Products Expo West drew more than 63,000 industry members and 2,428 exhibiting companies at the Anaheim Convention Center, March 7-10 in Anaheim, CA.
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The Sacramento Bee hosts a network of high- quality news providers and bloggers in the Sacramento region. Here is a sampling of the best of the current food and dining blogs. Check out the full postings: www.sacramentoconnect. com.