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Radish and Bleu Cheese Toast

An easy, delicious, decadent toast with pungent bleu cheese and quick pickled radish. Add in arugula leaves and a soft boiled egg if you like and serve it for a light lunch, or cut them into bit size pieces for appetizers. Tastes awesome with a chilled glass of white wine. Easy, delicious, and decadent. Give this a try!

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The Woman Who Made Van Gogh

“She was small in stature and riddled with self-doubt, had no background in art or business and faced an art world that was a thoroughly male preserve. Her full story has only recently been uncovered. It is only now that we know how van Gogh became van Gogh. Neglected by art history for decades, Jo van Gogh-Bonger, the painter’s sister-in-law, is finally being recognized as the force who opened the world’s eyes to his genius.” Russell Shorto

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Bell Pepper Potato Paneer Sabzi

Have I mentioned that we are at peak pepper season? Peppers in all shapes and sizes and in all types of flavors. It’s a bonanza of colors that look beautiful and enticing, and this recipe is as colorful as the peppers in season. It’s a delicious Indian bell pepper potato curry with paneer.

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Loaded Veggie Fried Rice

Lots of peppers, a little of this, a little of that, a splash of soy sauce, and drizzle of sesame oil , the result is this phenomenal rice dish that is healthy and delicious. With plenty of garlic and ginger, loads of summer peppers, carrots, broccoli, tofu, and rice – all these wonderful ingredients turn a humble rice into something scrumptious.

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Nikita and Saagar’s Wedding in Sunny San Diego, CA

Hello and Happy Saturday! Today I’d like to share colorful pictures of our dear friend’s Parag and Pallavi’s daughter Nikita’s wedding in San Diego, California last weekend.

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