Heart Lead

Daniel’s Tribute: Cauliflower, Potato, and Pea Curry

I am a creature of habit.  Every morning I wake up, feed the puppies, check email, shower/dress, and then check out my blogs while waiting for my hubby to finish up before carpooling out to the office.  A few Mondays ago I saw a blog post that caused me to double take, a post of remembrance for Daniel of Haggis and Herring.  I read the eulogy his loving wife wrote for him almost a dozen times before it finally sunk in.  I didn’t know Daniel in real-life, but had “met” him via the Secret Recipe Club.  Daniel was the person who always posted comments once everything went live, who was on the SRC Facebook page giving out advice and tips.   His blog posts were always some of the first ones I read, and I was always hoping that eventually I would be partnered with him for Secret Recipe Club.  For some reason whenever the linksy would post, I always wound up on H&H within the first three clicks.

 

 

In honor and remembrance of Daniel, the Secret Recipe Club has joined together across the four groups to pay tribute to such an active member of our family.  Each person was asked to pick one of the MANY recipes from Haggis and Herring.  When it came time to make a decision regarding the recipe I knew I wanted to do something that wouldn’t did any type of altering.  Luckily, there are many amazing vegetarian recipes on his blog to pick from.  In the end I went with an Indian recipe, after reading on his brother’s blog about Daniel’s passion for food coming out during his time working at an Indian restaurant.   Daniel’s recipe for Potato, Cauliflower, and Pea curry is better than any take-out I have ever had.  Maybe it’s the Amchur powder.  Or maybe it’s that passion his brother referenced.  My guess, it’s the passion he had for food.

Daniel, you will be greatly missed by everyone that had the privilege to know you.

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