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2014-10-02 23:07:22

Pure Indian Foods is pleased to announce their newest product, Coffee++, a cultured ghee and MCT oil blend.

2014-09-26 23:01:43

Savory Spice Shop, the leading provider of fresh-ground spices and handcrafted seasonings, has partnered with local companies The Real Dill and Elevation Ketchup in celebration of its 10th anniversary.

2014-08-25 23:02:52

Savory Spice & Co. is opening its first location in northern Seattle on September 6th in Alderwood Mall.

2014-06-28 23:03:02

Tandoor of India, known for their delicious and authentic Indian cuisine, have cut the ribbon and opened their second location in Fairport, NY on June 11th to high excitement from local fine food

2014-06-25 23:06:17

Indian cooking meets sustainable living.

2014-04-16 08:21:00

TIFFIN, Ohio, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Tiffin Metal Products Inc., (TIFFIN), is pleased to announce that they have

2013-09-02 23:03:13

While sticking to a purely vegetarian menu, the food chain will serve new recipes and also offer discounts. (PRWEB) September 02, 2013 As the festive

2013-06-06 23:30:50

Kathie's Kitchen SuperSeedz recently exhibited at the Winter Fancy Food Show and The Natural Product Expo West in California. North Haven, CT (PRWEB) June


Latest Indian cuisine Reference Libraries

Indian bay leaf, Cinnamomum tamala
2014-02-09 09:09:11

Cinnamomum tamala is a tree species. The species may also be referred to as the Indian bay leaf, the Tejpat, Malabar leaf, Indian Bark, Indian cassia or Malabathrum. C. tamala belongs to the Lauraceae family. The plant is indigenous to India, Nepal, Bhutan and China. The plant is closely related to the Cassia, Cinnamon and Saigon cinnamon species. C. tamala plants commonly grow measuring up to 66 feet tall. Its leaves are sought after because they are used both medicinally and for cooking....

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