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  1. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    I like this post very much! Was it DAL-icious? Heehee.

  2. ash

    I love this post – I have often thought of moving to Canada as well, and I have the same flutters of panic every time I think about my impending graduation and my dislike of the course I’m in. Thank you for the reassurance that things WILL work out. Who knows, I may find myself in a few years in a completely different place, exhilarated with different possibilities and warmed by a lovely bowl of spiced red dal. (:

  3. Lou

    I would love to try a fresh cranberry…. silly Australia.

  4. Choc Chip Uru

    I’m loving the flavour twists you have added to this daal they certainly beat the average black one my mum is much too fond of 😉

    Choc Chip Uru

  5. Catherine

    How crazy! How yummy! I’m all for weird combos and this sounds way up my alley. Lovely to hear how your adventure is panning out. Sometimes you just have to stop thinking and be. Not easy, but when it happens whatta rush!

  6. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    OK you’re going to laugh but I’m so used to seeing dried cranberries that I thought that the plump cranberries were coins of sausage! I was thinking that looks really meaty for a vegan sausage 😛

  7. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Like that sounds pretty great, in all the ways 🙂

    And the addition of cranberries to this dish is pure genius.

  8. Kath Lockett

    I am going to make that for dinner tonight – it’s snowing here, and judging by my increasing coughs, I’ve caught Love Chunks’ cold.

    Glad to hear that your shift across the hemispheres is turning out so well!

  9. leaf (the indolent cook)

    For some reason this lentil dal just radiates happiness to me. It must be all that deliciousness expressing itself.

  10. Gmasydney

    I wonder if any other berries could be substituted – maybe blueberries? It sounds delicious anyway and I like the idea of serving it over rice. You are a genius – but then you ARE my granddaughter!
    Glad to hear the new sub-let is proving a happy experience.

  11. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Wow adding cranberries to that is brilliant!! I never would have though to do it but seems like the perfect addition!

  12. jodye @ chocolate and chou fleur

    This sounds so so amazing. In all of the times that I’ve made Indian food, I’ve not once thought of adding fresh cranberries. I can only imagine how wonderful that flavor combination must be. I have an Indian dinner cooking date with some friends this weekend, and I will have to try this out on them!

  13. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Yes. Just like that… just like that.
    Heidi xo

  14. Yasmeen @ Wandering Spice

    Girlfriend. I love this post. And I understand those crazy reeling feelings. I felt the same thing when I quit my life and moved on to a new one (that eventually led me to Melbourne). It’s just warm and happy and undoubtedly would have been made better by a cat mug, but hey that’s ok.

    Love the idea of cranberries in dhal. Makes perfect sense, actually, to have a sweet burst of flavor punctuating the mellow lentils. You smart thang.

  15. Ames

    Love it dear 🙂 I’m taking a break from meat at the moment so this recipe does sound very appealing ! I also love it when there are those moments of adventure that turn out more than you would have ever expected or imagined 🙂

  16. Johanna GGG

    your recipes and your decisions about how to live your life are inspirational – would make this dahl if it was easier to find fresh cranberries here – will just have to wait til I am on the right side of the world for cranberries 🙂

    1. Johanna GGG

      btw – blog looks great – I assume it is new and I haven’t been too preoccupied to notice it before

  17. Allysia

    I love dal! And I’ve never thought to make it with cranberries before, or any fruit for that matter. You’re totally being a better Canadian than I am, lol. Definitely pinning it!

  18. janet @ the taste space

    Ah, now I can finally comment. Sorry to hear about your website woes.. Am currently backing up my own blog. Anyways, your dal looks delicious. I’ve made the original soup but I like your addition of cranberries. Indian curries like to mix in tart ingredients but I have never seen cranberries before. 🙂

  19. Emma

    Now during the week I am closer than ever to you in your happy safely-ensconced cozy comfy cat mug sublet in Canada! I’m surrounded by crazy jolly French Canadian loggers, and it is amazing – just like this recipe sounds;)

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