Tag Archives: vegetarian-friendly

An Apple-Carrot-Ginger a Day

Liquids at Pure Health Lounge

Today we’re going back into the archives. Below is an updated version of an article that appeared in one of Daily Nutmeg’s early editions, published on June 1, 2012. Enjoy!

If you’ve seen…

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Sea Change

Kanibaba roll at Miya's Sushi

Bun Lai is holding court. Seated at a central table in his restaurant, Miya’s, the bouncy and gregarious chef is greeting friends and acquaintances and customers as they walk through the door for dinner.

Lai’s soon sending something …

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An Apple-Carrot-Ginger a Day

Pure Health Lounge

If you’ve seen the documentary Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead, you might well have been tempted to forsake all solid foods plus fats, sugars, salts, carbs—all the fun stuff—for a full on, pureed, juiced-up cleanse. If you haven’t seen …

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Currying Flavor

Inderjit Singh | Sitar Restaurant

Indian culture is so sensuous. Its colors are vivid and madly saturated. (“Pink is the navy blue of India,” fashion deity Diana Vreeland once observed.) Its religious paintings feature blue-faced gods chasing after bare-bellied ladies draped in silk and jewels; …

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Malaysian For All

A midday meal at Bentara, an authentic Malaysian must-try on Orange Street, proves to be the perfect choice. This ethnic cuisine is scrumptious. Upon devouring plate after plate of deliciousness*, I visit with the man behind the magic, Chef Hasni …

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