I recently used up the supply of coconut in the freezer so it was time to scrape another coconut. I like how the crank shaft of the coconut scraper fit perfectly through the hole in the flexible cutting board and held it in place. Most of the scraped coconut went into the freezer but I … More Cabbage Foogath Wrap
This was a refreshing soup for a hot muggy day. I started it last night by roasting an ear of corn in the Oven Central. It wasn’t the best way of going about it and it didn’t get quite the char I was hoping for, but I wasn’t about to fire up the charcoal grill … More Chilled Coconut/Corn Soup
As hoped, the peaches we purchased last week ripened all at the same time. Last night I cut up and blended them, and stored the purée overnight in the refrigerator. This morning I stirred into the peach purée a leftover portion of cream of coconut, a scant pint of heavy cream and generous glug … More Peach/Coconut Ice Cream
Seeing Kushi’s recipe for Green Coconut Chutney on Kushi’s Kitchen put me in the mood for idli. My chutney isn’t as smooth as hers but it tastes good nonetheless. My little food processor isn’t very efficient. I simply must get a new one.
I am so happy to acquire this coconut scraper/grater! It is made in India and shipped by Amazon. The scraper could even be used in a power drill. It is almost impossible to find unsweetened grated coconut in the stores in this part of the world. When we lived in India we had a floor … More Coconut Scraper