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Redmond, WA, US

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Kesari Cake (Semolina for the Czarina) by Geeta Sadashivan

Redmond, WA, US

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A cake made with semolina and saffron (called "Kesar" in Sanskrit) for the birthday bash.

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God-fearing Women-- and the Rest by Geeta Sadashivan

Redmond, WA, US

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For Birthday Bash

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Birthday Blues by Geeta Sadashivan

Redmond, WA, US

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For the Birthday Bash

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Birthday Binge by Geeta Sadashivan

Redmond, WA, US

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For Birthday Bash

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You Make Time Melt by Geeta Sadashivan

Redmond, WA, US

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Birthday Bash

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Ten-Minute Tomato Soup by Geeta Sadashivan

Redmond, WA, US

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There are times when speed is of the essence-- When your stomach's growling, corral those tomatoes and get rolling!

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Rasam by Geeta Sadashivan

Redmond, WA, US

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This is a South Indian Soup, a clear, spicy, and tangy version often made daily and eaten with rice. It's also prepared when someone in the family has a bad cold and cough. One of its special qualities is the way it will fill the whole house with its aroma.

Mulligatawny Soup by Geeta Sadashivan

Redmond, WA, US

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This recipe originated in South India where it was called "Milagu Thanni" or "Pepper Water" in Tamil. The British liked its spicy quality but wanted it to be heartier, so Indian cooks began to add chicken, or lamb to it. I am presenting the vegetarian version, since I don't cook meat.

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