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OnlyOnAOL: How Padma Lakshmi eats, and stays this fit and foxy

By: Donna Freydkin What drives Padma Lakshmi's various projects? "I just want to know. I'm genuinely curious about how to make stuff. I Couldn't do this if I genuinely didn't love cooking. I'm a storehouse of useless knowledge. I'm great at Jeopardy," she says. She's also pretty deft at cooking, launching her line of Padma's Easy Exotic rices. And then she just released "The Encyclopedia of Spices and Herbs: An Essential Guide to the Flavors of the World," which manages to make cumin and cilantro both sexy and seductive.
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