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magpie

Mmm - those are good - and one quick weeknight dinner!

Kat

I love Indian - in fact Sundays are the day we hit the Indian/Pakastian brunch buffet! The last time I made tikka masala, I made my own sauce, and it was so easy that I will surely do it again.

Michelle

I heart Madhur Jaffrey's Indian food cookbooks. I made her tandoori chicken recipe last night- it was so easy. And baby ate almost 2 leg pieces!

De in D.C.

I know you don't love Trader Joe's as much as I do, but they sell a wonderful line of indian simmer sauces for insanely cheap (if I recall, around $2.30 for a 12oz jar). The korma is my favorite.

andrea

So glad you loved our sauces. We also sell a line of 5 fresh (refrigerated section of your grocery) simmer sauces: Korma, tikka, vindaloo, tamarind and coconut curry. --much less expensive than Williams-Sonoma and really good. Thanks again - I love reading your blog.

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  • All-Clad cookware
    I use the stainless line. I love it because you can put it in the dishwasher. If you like to cook it is sooo worth it to have quality pots and pans. I recommend buying a set on sale and then filling in extras as you need them. (Watch for sales and specials.)
  • Cast Iron Skillet
    Please get rid of all your teflon-coated non-stick plans and get a cast iron skillet. I use mine for searing meat, poultry, and fish and then finishing off in the oven. In fact, get two cast iron skillets—one large enough to hold two ribeyes and a smaller, fried-egg-sized one for making...well...eggs.
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    Quickly slice/shred veggies and cheese, make hummus or other spreads in a snap, and make pie crust without making a mess.
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    I am partial to the 18 incher. Yep, I like big knives and I cannot lie. If you like to cook (or even if you don't) you deserve to have good knives. At least one.
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    If you can't afford to have one built-in, this is a great alternative. It's nice to have boiling water at the push of a button to make tea, instant miso soup, or morning oatmeal for the kidlets.
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    A great resource for all your herb and spice needs.
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    Every family should have one.
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