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May 2011

This was the blog for Friday, but for some reason, I could not load the pictures so i tried again today. I am home alone this weekend, my son has gone to Cape Town for the weekend, and i thought since

This is traditionally served as a breakfast dish in the south of India. It is usually made with taystee wheat, however I use couscous instead of the taystee wheat, and it adds a wonderful grainy texture to the dish. When

With winter on our door step, here is a wonderful drink that can assist in warding of the signs and symtons of colds and flus. The drink has turmeric which is a natural antibiotic and ginger the everfaithful cold fighter.