Spice of Life with May Fridel

A HomeTowne Television Production.

HomeTowne Television recently introduced a new show, "Spice of Life;" at a Passion for Spices event, showcasing sustainable lifestyle practices. The highlights included the Edible Garden and cooking together with friends.

Ed Albright from Yard2Kitchen.com, a collaborator with Passion for Spices, was here to explain the features of the garden and how you can incorporate a home edible garden in your own home.

I invited my friends, Amy & Lisa, to try several recipes from my recent book, Indian Cuisine & Diabetes Cookbookand see how fun and easy it was to cook together and enjoy the prepared meal. 

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On the menu was a refreshing papaya lassi, a savory avocado and cucumber soup, flavorful Chicken Kebabs, and a yummy grilled fruit with ice cream dessert.

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This is an example of how anyone whose not familiar with spices or cooking techniques, can make these recipes from the book without compromising health or flavor. There are more than 140 recipes like this, suitable for special occasions or everyday cooking with your family.  The book is available and a perfect idea for holiday cooking. You can purchase your own copy of the book from our shop.