EDINA, Minn. -- As more retailers and consumers display an increasing willingness to explore spice and flavor, Lunds Food Holdings here offers customers a taste of Indian home cooking not typically found on restaurant menus. Chef Raghavan Iyer -- a regular instructor at the chain's cooking school -- recently held a cooking class at the St. Louis Parks Byerly's unit in support of his new book, Betty Crocker's Indian Home Cooking. The class focused on traditional cuisine of the Keral and ...
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