You would have your starch, you would have a curry a stew, you would have some vegetables. You would have something sour, you may have yogurt. You would have pickles.
All of that on a dinner table in a traditional Indian household. Author Colleen Taylor Sen is with us today to talk about her new book about Indian food.
U.S. soybean producers are looking forward to a new trade deal that could mean no longer paying tariffs as high as 20 percent in countries like Japan. A closer look at how farmer support programs work. Both of those stories from Harvest Public Media.
Author Mimi Shotland-Fix gives us tips for starting a home food business.
And back to Indian food, with Chef Daniel Orr — lentil and tofu curry and a curry soup, both suitable for meatless Mondays.
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Lentils can get pretty boring after a while. This curried preparation gives them a little heat and a little sweet.
For U.S. soybean producers, the deal could mean no longer paying tariffs as high as 20 percent in countries like Japan.
This super easy soup will have you warmed up on these winter nights in no time.