August 1, 2011

Summer With Polenta!

August 1, 2011
I’m one leg out the door on a holiday to Warsaw, Poland, and not sure when I have an access on Internet next time. In the meanwhile, there is a little guest post on my friend Harini’s blog Tongue Ticklers about a dish that I call Summer. It embodies the best of my favourite season.


When I’m able to post again, it will be about a wonderful person I’ve never met face to face, but to whom I own any cooking skills I have. I read his cookbooks to the point that I finally had to tear the pages off and preserve them in plastic before a total destruction. His name is Kurma Das. For me he is prabhu, a respected teacher. He is an inspiration, not only as a cook, but as a person, too. I can’t wait to introduce him!

Until then, I hope you are having as beautiful late summer as I am! See you soon.

25 comments:

  1. Just wonderful photos!

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  2. Looks delicious. Perfect for a healthy lunch.

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  3. have a wonderful vacation lakshmi

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  4. Have a beautiful time Lakshmi and looking forward to your next post! ♥ to you

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  5. What inspiration! Thank you, Karina

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  6. So colourful!It looks so delicious! heading over to Harini's blog right away :)
    Have a great vacation!

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  7. Have a lovely vacation. :)

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  8. Have a lovely vacation. beautiful pics.

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  9. Thank you for coming over to my site and giving me a lovely recipe to share! Happy vacations and goodluck with the photo marathon! Love, Harini

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  10. Your blog and photography is absolutely beautiful! I can't seem to get enough. All this food looks scrumptious too. I am definitely adding you to my bookmarks.

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  11. I am discovering your blog and it is gorgeous! I am fond of polenta as well!

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  12. Have aownderful holiday. These looks very similar to the texture of dhokla. I'm curious about the recipe so heading oevr to Harini's to have a look!

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  13. Have a wonderful holiday Lakshmi. I am yet to make polenta and may be this is the beginning of my trials:) these look fantastic and fresh! will head over to Harini's now.

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  14. Oh, how come that you are visiting Warsaw? I hope you will enjoy my city and I am really curios how are you spendning your time here :)

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  15. This looks delicious! I am excited I just discovered your gorgeous blog!

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  16. Wow! Your photography is simply amazing :) Love your blog, glad to stumble it!

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  17. I just discovered your blog and I am in love! what gorgeousness!

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  18. Thank you for visiting! I had a wonderful holiday. Hopefully I'll get back to blogging next week...

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  19. I just discovered your blog through Honey & Jam. It is so beautiful! I'm really looking forward to sifting through the website further (its been bookmarked!). I love finding and trying out new vegetarian recipes.

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  20. Thank you, Laura, and welcome! Hanna Of Honey & Jam is a super-talented cook/photographer and a sweet, sweet person I adore. You have a nice blog yourself. Everything looks healthy and balanced. I hope you don't mind me adding a link here.

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  21. Of course not! I'm so flattered. Thank you!

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  22. So beautiful pictures and amazing blog! I found it thanks to kurma Dasa.

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  23. Hmm, nuts just make everything that much more special. Is that mushroom I see?

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  24. Thanks.

    Florida Beach Cottages - It is probably a nut. Mushrooms are excluded from my diet :-).

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  25. Looks delicious. Beautiful pictures

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