I am glad to announce this month’s theme for Think Spice as Nigella Seeds a.k.a kalonji in Hindi. Thank you dear sunita for giving me this wonderful opportunity. The event starts on 1st April ‘2009 and the last date for entries is 30th April 2009.
Wishing all my friends, family, readers a very happy and a prosperous new year! May all your wishes come true and may this year bring you a health, wealth and happiness.
On another note, I have received quite a few emails and have been away for sometime now. I will answer all your emails shortly and post the roundup during the weekend of 3-4 January, 209. Please bear with me as I’m in between something major. See you all soon at the round up and Thanks to all those wonderful New year wishes.
Delicious is one word that comes to my mind when I look at sprouts. These protein packed natural pills are common in many of our homes. They make a great snack or breakfast and also great additions to salads, sandwiches apart from being a great meal by themselves. Here is a list of Sprouts and their Nutritional Information
A sunny plant from India , commonly grown in Asia and Africa for 4000 years. It was an important herb used only for medicinal purposes in the 16th century in europe , but became the most important and one of the best culinary herbs in the 17th century. Basil is the easiest herb to grow and thankfully mine is still surviving after being with me :).