Monthly Archives: August 2012

Shahi Tukray (Bread Pudding)

Ingredients: Bread slices 6 Milk 2 cups Saffron 1/2 tsp. Cardamom powder 1/4 tsp. Balai 1 cup Ghee for frying bread Almonds and pistachio for garnishing Ingredients for sugar syrup: Sugar 2 cups Wa… See on sarwatsfamilykitchen.wordpress.com Advertisements

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Norway and Malaysia plant seeds for aquaculture partnership

Malaysia and Norway are to cooperate on sustainable aquaculture in the south east Asian country. See on http://www.foodnavigator-asia.com

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Experts in U.K. push rice wine in Europe | The Japan Times Online

An organization of experts based in London is working hard to promote sake across the world while also trying to reverse falling sales in Japan. See on http://www.japantimes.co.jp

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Seeds of opportunity | Bangkok Post: business

CP Laos Co Ltd plans to open three more operations next year in the northern provinces of Bokeo, Luang Prabang and Xayaburi in a bid to increase its business opportunities. See on http://www.bangkokpost.com

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The debate about the origins of food – a futile food fight? | ChopinandMysaucepan

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Khmerization ខែ្មរូបនីយកម្ម: Korean tourists fuel demand for dog meat in Cambodia

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Fukushima starts radiation checks on all rice | The Japan Times Online

The Fukushima Prefectural Government is now checking all bags of rice for radiation. See on http://www.japantimes.co.jp

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Sol khadi kadhi

sol khadi is a kokam with coconut milk and is a great appetizing drink as well can be eaten with rice you can find detailed recipes at my website and also fi… See on http://www.youtube.com

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Garcinia indica – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Soy for salt: Study reveals long term acceptance of soy sauce substitution

Replacing salt with naturally brewed soy sauce could slash sodium levels in certain products by up to a third, whilst still retaining long term consumer liking, say researchers. See on http://www.foodnavigator.com

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