Okra is not easy to love. At the Maple Glen Farmstand in Plymouth Meeting, PA, they give it away just to get people to try it. In the South, they french fry it. That takes care of the hairy, slimey texture. Get past that and the essence of okra is tastey. Just about anything tastes good french fried. But a lot of times you taste the breading and the crunch, without much taste of the vegetable inside. Leave it to Indian master chefs to do the ultimate okra. I had okra to die for tonight at A Taste of India restaurant in Devon. It was stewed with tomatoes and garlic and spices. Many thanks to the chef for a fabulous dish!
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