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Gosh, that pink was bright!!



It looked fine on my laptop at home, not looking so good here at work monitor. Sorry about that! Tried to be festive :D

I've concluded that my sharing of a couple of recipes isn't going to make anyone come after me! It's not like I'm re-publishing books or anything, they're just a few recipes from various books. Hope the copyright police doesn't hang me! I just want to share these.

The original recipes are mostly from Tarla Dalal (only exception is the Samosa Recipe which is Ripal's family recipe). I have made a few modifications. I have NOT tried all the recipes but they're on my To Try list :) Hence making the cards so I'll have easy access to them. The current situation is that I have so many books that it takes me forever to find THE recipe I wanted to try and have the ingredients for.
The cards are sized 5x7 and they'll be printed and laminated back-to-back. So there'll be 2 recipes on each card.


Credits: Everything from Miki Ferkul


Credits: Everything from Marcie Reckinger


Credits: Everything from Marcie Reckinger


Credits: Everything from Michelle Coleman


Credits: Everything from Miki Ferkul


Credits: Everything from Sophia Sarducci


Credits: Everything except the flower from Miki Ferkul


Credits: Everything from Miki Ferkul


Credits: Everything from Miki Ferkul


Credits: Everything from Sophia Sarducci


Credits: Everything except the flower from Miki Ferkul


Credits: Everything from Miki Ferkul

Comments

Carol said…
What a magnificent idea! I tried to comment at your gallery but it wouldn't let me, so clicked on your blog. I'm so glad I did. Your layouts just blow me away. They are all brilliant!

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