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Dal Makhani - I was inspired by my unbelievable Dal Dhungaree last night at Rasika West End, and so I set to googling today. I found this recipe, that sounds very similar, right down to the linked method of using a "Dhungar" to smoke the dish. Can't wait to try...

Dal Makhani - I was inspired by my unbelievable Dal Dhungaree last night at Rasika West End, and so I set to googling today. I found this recipe, that sounds very similar, right down to the linked method of using a "Dhungar" to smoke the dish. Can't wait to try...

These exotic fruits look wonderfully strange, and they taste of adventure. “I ate a whole lemon, raw, and it was delicious,” says Katie O’Neill, a Philadelphia-based medical student. No, she wasn’t on drugs, but her perception was chemically altered: after eating miracle fruit, nearly everything tastes (temporarily) sweet. The experience is so psychedelic that many have dubbed it “flavor tripping.” Miracle berries, native to West Africa, are a trendy example of the weird world of exotic…

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These exotic fruits look wonderfully strange, and they taste of adventure. “I ate a whole lemon, raw, and it was delicious,” says Katie O’Neill, a Philadelphia-based medical student. No, she wasn’t on drugs, but her perception was chemically altered: after eating miracle fruit, nearly everything tastes (temporarily) sweet. The experience is so psychedelic that many have dubbed it “flavor tripping.” Miracle berries, native to West Africa, are a trendy example of the weird world of exotic…

unusual fruits - Google Search

unusual fruits - Google Search

unusual fruits - Google Search

unusual fruits - Google Search

new zealand maori kitchens - typical kitchen- traditional way to cook for first nations in New Zealand

new zealand maori kitchens - typical kitchen- traditional way to cook for first nations in New Zealand

Hangi is a old-fashioned Maori technique of preparing food by steaming it below ground. The flavor is one of a kind and still used in the present day. http://hangiguide.co.nz/ Hangi hole

Hangi is a old-fashioned Maori technique of preparing food by steaming it below ground. The flavor is one of a kind and still used in the present day. http://hangiguide.co.nz/ Hangi hole

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