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April 28, 2006

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Alanna

What a terrific combination! Love the chutney, especially! AK

kristi

Great picture! And Nigella's coming back? When? What's the show called? I'm so excited!

sher

Alanna,

Thanks, the chutney is very nice. I have a LOT of it left, which is good. It would be nice on potatoes too, I bet.

Kristi,

The name of Nigella's new show will be called Nigella Feasts. Not sure if this is totally new or one that already was shown in the UK and will be new to North American viewers. I don't know the air date. I'm sure The Food Network will let us know. It's exciting!

Sonali

This looks really good, Sher. You're trying out more & more Indian flavors...glad you liked them !

kalyn

I am completely nuts about cilantro chutney so I can't wait to try it. In fact, just a few days ago a reader sent an e-mail asking me if I had seen a recipe for it!!

sher

Sonali,

Oh yes--I love Indian food!


Kalyn,

This one was very easy to make, and I think it's getting better as it ages in the fridge!

Catherine

Gotta try that cilantro chutney!

Saffron Hut

oh, that looks yummy! that is a wonderful combination of flavors and textures.

Thanks for visiting my blog! see you around!

cheers!

Ruth

I love cilantro and can't wait to try out the chutney.

Thanks for sharing.

eqj (the chocolate lady)

This looks delicious!

sher

Catherine,

I still have a ton of it in my fridge--gotta use it!!!


Ahh Saffron Hut!! You have such a pretty dish today on your site.

Ruth,

I am always amazed when I remember that I didn't like cilantro at all when I first tasted it. It took me over a year to like it--then I fell in love.

Chocolate Lady!!!

Hi!!! I learned so much about chick peas the other day from your site. Who knew?

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