Bina Agarwal-inspired curry in the MarketPlace! Posted on September 29th, 2010 by

Today’s Nobel-inspired meal in the MarketPlace honors Bina Agarwal, an economist at the University of Delhi, whose work has linked agriculture, gender, and land rights issues, among other things.

So, look for Indian curry with fresh local vegetables.  When we asked Agarwal for her ideas, she replied, “I can share what I eat rather than what I research. I am a vegetarian. I love both Indian and Thai food, but eat mostly Indian vegetarian that is low on carbs and fat. I eat a lot of greens, veggies – spinach, broccoli, eggplant, green beans, lentils/pulses, tomatoes, fresh sprouts, Indian bread made of whole wheat mixed with soya flour,  tandoori roti (crisp) etc.  But I will share secret wicked taste (although rarely indulged): I love light non-creamy (dryish) dark chocolate cake and brownies!

So enjoy the curry–and have a brownie afterwards!

Then come to Bina Agarwal’s talk. Please note that Agarwal will be speaking on Wednesday at 10, not in the afternoon, as originally scheduled.

P.S. There’s also a chicken and grass pea stew in Soup Land. Check out yesterday’s post about Cary Fowler, if you just this morning forgot what a grass pea is.  Rumor has it that there is still some vegan grass pea soup available in the Allerfree refrigerator. If you didn’t have it yesterday, grab some today; it was outstanding.


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