Toronto's Hare Krishna Temple

Toronto's Hare Krishna Centre (ISKCON Toronto), has always been the hub of a rich, vibrant and enthusiastic community. Whether it be grand festivals, programs at local universities and yoga studios, philosophical discussions, cooking sessions, or singing and dancing on the streets, there are events taking place for everyone's interest.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Cooking for Krishna - Episode Five

The ISKCON Toronto Blog is happy to present Episode Five of Cooking for Krishna. Cooking for Krishna is a regular video series which shows how to create sumptuous vegetarian items! Once made, these preparations are lovingly offered to Lord Krishna and become "prasadam", or sanctified food!

In this fifth episode, Vrndavana Vinodini devi dasi shows us how to make tantalizing vegetable stir-fry, served with rice!

As always, we hope you enjoy our fifth episode of Cooking for Krishna. Feel free to share your comments with your thoughts, feedback and suggestions for this episode! You can also re-visit Episodes 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Cooking for Krishna where we made Winter Soup, Spring Rolls, Vegan Brownies and Vegetable Cutlets respectively. Hare Krishna!


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very easy and I am sure delicous as well!!:)
Thank you!

Keshav said...

We're glad you enjoyed the video!!!

Anonymous said...

This is all awesome but whats the deal with the sankirtan seminar? SOS. More info coming? I hope so? If you would be kind as to give more info on this event with Vaisesika prabhu. Thanks,
Hare Krishna!

Keshav said...

We have just posted more information about the seminar. http://iskcontoronto.blogspot.com/2009/05/sankirtan-seminar-this-weekend.html

Person who asked for more info on SOS said...

Thanks prabhu!

Anonymous said...

Prabhu,
You are doing an excellent service for those of us who can't cook. No other ISKCON website comes close to what you are presenting here....and that in a video format. There is tremendous amount of work that goes into recording, downloading video files and I appreciate your efforts. Keep it up!! I will continuously visit your site even though I live 500 miles away. Hare Krishna!

Keshav said...

Thank you so much for your very kind words. The encouragement means so much to us! We try to develop this blog as a means for devotees to interact and stay in touch within our vibrant Hare Krishna community here in Toronto and it's always wonderful to hear such positive feedback from devotees! Thank you, again!!!

Anonymous said...

As the prabhuji said earlier, you guys are doing such a great job with such an awesome blog!!!

Keshav said...

Thank you, once again, for the kind words! As long as people are enjoying the blog and finding it useful, we will humbly continue to try to be of some service!