Vegas oddsmakers are laying 16-1 odds that I can't make it through this POTW without choosing a Thanksgiving-related post. Let's watch, shall we?
A. Deccanheffalump at the Cook's Cottage has picked her Top Ten Best Indian cookbooks. Cooking Indian food at home is beginning to come into its own in American homes, and one or more of these books belongs on your cookbook shelf.
1. A great post doesn't have to be long. It can be short and insanely useful like this post of Five Cooking Tips on Eat it Up Now. I'm going to need a photo of how you cut a tomato on the bias to prevent seed escape, though. I just don't get it.
I. It wouldn't be a Posts of the Week without a good recipe. How about Tiger & Strawberries' Bejing stir fried lamb and leeks? Yowza.
See? A whole pre-Thanksgiving POTW with nary a mention of cranberry dressing and turkey. It CAN be done. Now to go collect my winnings. What do you mean the tag paragraph at the end counts too? Hey! I wuz robbed.