Friday, June 20, 2008

5 Must See Recipes for the Week

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Another week gone by, another selection of recipes. The week has been a mixed one. I managed to catch a movie in between ( actually had seen half of it and watched the other half this week). The movie in question was Lucky number Slevin and it was a good movie. I would recommend it highly. Starring stalwarts like Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Ben Kingsley and few known names like Josh Hartnett, Lucy Liu and Stanley Tucci it had some good moments especially the ending. Looking forward to completing the rest of the movies I have had on my must see list and which are gathering dust on my shelf, notably, Pedro Almodovar's 'What Have I done to deserve this' which is the next on my see list. I am still waiting for the latest from Sam Rockwell who happens to be one of my favorites and yes! Farhan Akhtar's Rock On.
My two posts last week were fairly controversial and they elicited a wide range of emotions from all those who did comment. I loved it, and would really want to do it again. Watch out for me trying to ruffle some more feathers.
Work has been demanding and exciting both. Home front is much the same as work. Thinking of doing some justice to my other hobbies as well now that everyone in the household is busy with their lives.
My weekly selection this time is a little different. It's in the form of a menu that you can cook up or take your pick and only cook the ones you want to :)

(Thick, creamy and healthy. You can use a vegetable stock instead of the chicken broth. Asparagus are really cool and once you get hooked to them...this by the way is one way to do can experiment with them)
(After a nice chilled conti soup, transport yourself to some spicy morrocan affair. The mint yogurt will cut the mild spiciness.) Serve with some nice peas pulao. Veggies can substitute Paneer (Ricotta) in place of Lamb.
( Regulars on the blog know my obsession with cheesecake and nothing better than this one. The original is heavenly. If this one even comes close to it, it'll be a winner).

Hope you like this selection for the week. Also, check this post on how to taste Olive Oil.


Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) said...

What a great menu, and I'm so glad my soup is part of it. Now I'm going to hae to make the rest of these dishes!

Devi Priya said...

Nice menu and nice blog!

Gaurav said...

Thanks Lydia. Let me know how the rest of the dishes came out. BTW, the soup is awesome.
Devi, thanks for the compliments :)

Swati Raman Garg said...

hello sir another great list... love that cheesecake...

good good

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