Sifted: Musical Pairings, Indian Food Palooza and Boozy Foods

By: Lauren Miyashiro

5 Hot Links We're Loving:
  1. Mushroom-leek mini pizzas + hot hypnotic beats = new level of kitchen inspiration. --Turntable Kitchen
  2. #IndianFoodPalooza? We so want in. --Indian Simmer
  3. Boozy Foods: Gear up for St. Patrick’s Day by working a little into your food. These twice-baked potatoes are shamelessly delicious. --Dana Treat
  4. Technique to Try: Chopsticks to scramble your eggs. --theKitchn
  5. Copycat Recipe Crazy -- Can you actually tell the difference? -- Food.com

Craving MORE Indian Food?  Check out Spice Goddess, Bal Arneson's Best Indian Recipes.

How do your skills rank in terms of Indian cooking -- rookie or rockstar?  Let us know below...

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