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Gift ideas for foodies and cooking lovers this holiday season

Gift-giving presents a conundrum. Is it better to give something useful, such as a 112-bit screwdriver set, or something whimsical, such as a cat-sized iron throne? There is no right answer. That’s why our 2022 Holiday Gift Guide, curated by Post reporters and editors, includes suggestions at both ends of the practicality spectrum. With a wide range of gift ideas in nine categories — we’ve even included some that are functional and fun — this guide will make the process just a little bit easier.

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For the weekend bakers,

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A modern twist to vegetarian cooking: Renu Dalal

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BY N. LOTHUNGBENI HUMTSOE

New Delhi– A modern twist to vegetarian cooking. Growing up Renu Dalal’s childhood was filled with gourmet meals made by her late mother Tarla Dalal, renowned Indian food writer, chef, cookbook author, and cooking show host.

Being drawn to the culinary arts at a young age, she continues her mother’s legacy, and has authored two cookbooks titled ‘Modern Vegetarian Recipes’ and ‘Simple and Delicious Vegetarian Recipes’. Renu talks to IANSlife about her food style, which combines ingredients from around the world with techniques from traditional Indian cuisine.

Excerpts:

To begin, what prompted you

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3 Vegetarian Recipes That Changed My Cooking

A few weeks ago, a friend sent me the cutest photo of her sweet, pudgy-cheeked baby eating a bit of kale-sauce pasta. The baby was in a high chair, grinning before the wreckage of her dinner — green sauce on her face and hands, bits of pasta up to her elbows. Now that baby knows how to enjoy her food, I thought with admiration.

A bunch of just-boiled greens, still hot and dripping wet, puréed with a little fried garlic, grated cheese and olive oil becomes such a crowd pleaser when you toss it with pasta. You can even

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There’s an app for that: 5 recipes that prove that appetizers can be better than the meal itself | Food & Cooking

And you don’t even have to grill them, though you can if you want. I didn’t. I charred my pepper over the gas flame on my stove, which creates a smoky grilled taste without a grill. And I did the same with my red onion by cutting it into thick slices, like onion rings, and broiling it.

The fourth element is the most important but also the most easily overlooked: the tortilla. When lightly browned and stuffed with melted cheese and savory vegetables, a good tortilla makes the rest of your meal pale in comparison.

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TheEat: After a day of cooking, treat yourself to a decadent chicken liver mousse | Arts And Culture

Come to my house on a Sunday and it’s almost certain I’ll be cooking or baking something. Most times, the dishes I’m making end up in this column or on the food page. Sometimes, I’m just making something for dinner or a part of another meal. (My husband now specifically asks what it being photographed and what can be eaten without consequence.) This Sunday was no exception and the efforts of my baking and cooking were many. 

I began by making a green bean galette, then switched over to baking. I put up two more loaves of double chocolate zucchini

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