Jenise wrote:Now Paul, curry powder can be a blend of many things--there is no one right set of ingredients, and within Asian cuisines different accents are favored depending on the end use.
Jenise wrote:Bill--well, add me to the list of non-cooks then.
Any favorite Indian places in Van you'd recommend? It's getting about time for an Indian fix.
Larry Greenly wrote:Turmeric, the usual main ingredient, has been found to have beneficial health properties.
Jenise wrote:Lemme 'splain: Paul is talking about what in North America is the ubiquitous spice blend simply called 'curry powder'. [...] Now all that said, what I think Paul really means to ask is not what is your favorite curry, but what's your favorite use for curry powder. Is that right, Paul? Your question, as phrased, is somewhat misleading depending on one's cultural understanding of what curry is.
Bill Spohn wrote:Glad you went back to the original terrine.
Jenise wrote:I had no intention of switching. Just wanted to shock you. I like raw oysters but cooked oysters gross me out. Bruce must be stopped from ever acting on his idea for an oyster terrine.
So what's this lobster and sweetbread thing you're making?
Jenise wrote:I laughed at your description of Suz and the lobsters. Maybe you should keep them in the pool.
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