FKF February 2015 Newsletter


Just your average girl, tinkering around her kitchen...





Salaam, Hello and Greetings to our FKF family and friends.

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Fashion News - Nasaika Kids Collection

Nasaika Kids Collection brings to you the latest Pakistani clothes for girls ages 3-16+.  They offer shipping to both Canada and USA.  Please click on the image above to visit their site and see their beautiful selection of clothes.


Fashion News - Madina Design Co.

Madina Design Co brings to you the latest in Pakistani clothes for women. They offer shipping to both Canada and the USA.  Please click on the image above to visit their site and see their beautiful selection of clothes.

Latest Yummies

 Minced Chicken Nuggets   Bean Fried Rice   Cajun Chicken   Mango Salsa 
Red Chicken Korma             

This Month's Tips - BACK TO YOUR ROOTS

Root vegetables are knotty, bumpy and sometimes hairy - needless to say, they may not win any beauty contests.  These earthy vegetables are filled with flavours, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.

This month we will take a look at parsnips, turnips, turabagas, celeriac and parsley root. These root vegetabls are good keepers and will store for weeks in the fridge.


Parsley Root

Parsley root comes from the same family as the herb parsley.  Parsley roots flavour lies in between a carrot and celery.   Historically this has been used as a medicinal plant and acts as a diuretic and strong antioxidant.



The smaller the turnips, the sweeter they taste.  Turnip greens are edible as well and will appeal to people who love bitter greens.  Turnips are high in antioxidants and potassium and the greens attached offer calcium, beta carotene and vitamins C and K.



Rutabagas are believed to be a hybrid between a turnip and wild cabbage.  Rutabagas have a slightly bitter flavour and are milder than turnips.  They are rich in potassium, manganese and vitamin C.



Parsnips are a close relative of the carrot.  They have a scent similar to celery with a nutty earthy flavour.  Parsnips have a high glycemic index, they are also high in vitamin C, manganese and potassium.



Celeriac is also known as celery root. This is a cousin of parsnips, carrots, anise and celery.  It's white flesh tastes like a subtle cross between celery and parsley.  It's rich in calcium, potassium and vitamin C.



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