JFI – rice (September 2007)
The monthly event Jihvā for Ingredients (JFI) is the brainchild of Indira (Mahanandi). She wrote:
Jihvā, the Sanskrit word means taste, desire and deep longing. This powerful word also represents tongue and taste buds. […]
I believe for Jihvā to happen, it’s all in the ingredients and how they are cooked. Jihvā for Ingredients (JFI) is online monthly food event, celebrating the Ingredients and what they can do for our Jihvā.
September’s Jihvā for Ingredients will be hosted by Sharmi (Neivedyam), who wrote the following:
[P]repare recipes out of Rice [. …] Use any kind of rice like long grain, short grain, Basmati rice, Brown rice, Rosemetta, Sona Masuri, Wild rice, Black rice. […]
Prepare a dish with “Rice” as the main ingredient, and post it on your blog in the month of August. The choice of recipe is not restricted to Indian cuisine. [The deadline for posts is] September 1, 2007.
For complete details on how to participate, please go to: