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March 28 2010 Vegetarian Newsletter


Excited about the new recipes come down the pipeline. Food and culture always make a beautiful marriage. These two recipes are infused with African and West Indian culture. Try them out and let me know what you think.

Bon Appetite!


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Coconut Chapati Recipe
by Jason Hodge, Editor - Vegetarian & Personal Chef sites
Coconut chapati is always a welcome guest in my house. It's rich and buttery with a little West Indian flair. I came up with this simple recipe after my wife taught me how they do chapati in her part of the world. Keep it real and push the cultural envelope with this layered flat bread recipe.


Groundnut Stew Recipe - Basic
by Jason Hodge, Editor - Vegetarian & Personal Chef sites
Groundnut stew is a richly satisfying meal. It's packed full of nutrients and protein, flavor, culture and will always have you come back for more. I like it when I want an international twist to my vegetarian dishes. Here's my take on an African favorite.



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As always... it's been a pleasure sharing with you. Until next time...

Jason Hodge
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