Blog Posts - Glutenfree Dessert



The Holidays (And Guests) Are Upon Us So If You're Coming To Sonoma, Check This Out!

    I live in a tourist town. I suppose I always have in one form or another. I grew up in San Francisco (where I was the little kid sticking my tongue out at tourists at the Powell and Market cable car turnaround) definitely a tourist...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Dec 14, 2016

Down and Dirty and Gluten Free...Edible Dirt

          The reason my posts have been a bit sporadic of late is I have been working for the CocoaPlanet people who are opening their new chocolate factory and Bistro here in Sonoma. A few months back the...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on May 3, 2016

Payasam, The Sweet South Indian Dessert. And It's Gluten Free.

   I've been having a lot of fun lately exploring some of the new products that Whole Foods sent my way. It seems that every year there are new trends in foods just the same as there are in hair, clothes, and make up. Smoking, fermenting, g...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Feb 10, 2015

Happy New Years Eve! A Round Up Of Stuff To Serve.

   This is going to be the first time in several years that we're going to a party at someone else's house this New Years Eve, so I'm not going to be cooking tonight. However, if you are, or you're having guests tomorrow, you might want to...
by The Colors Of Indian Cooking on Dec 31, 2014

Moong Dal Halwa: Yellow Moong Halwa

  Moong Dal or the husked yellow Moong Halwa is a popular confection in the northern and north western regions of India. This is made usually during the winter months.┬áThe lentils are slowly cooked in ghee releasing its rich, nutty aroma. It i...
by eCurry on Oct 28, 2014


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