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Hi everybody.. I am 33 and very much interested in cooking i would be
posting some interesting india cuisines for you to enjoy and i am sure
you are all going to enjoy cooking it at home.
This cuisines are my own ones, my parents and friends have al enjoyed
it a lot. You can all visit my blog

http://indianfoodstuff.blogspot.com


I would be regularly updating this and also i would like to have your
comments poted on. Any queries are also welcome.


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Thank you very much!I've visited your blog and read the passage,The
Indian cuisines are very wonderful.I must have a try some day.
Dipsee wrote:
Hi everybody.. I am 33 and very much interested in cooking i would be
posting some interesting india cuisines for you to enjoy and i am sure
you are all going to enjoy cooking it at home.
This cuisines are my own ones, my parents and friends have al enjoyed
it a lot. You can all visit my blog

http://indianfoodstuff.blogspot.com


I would be regularly updating this and also i would like to have your
comments poted on. Any queries are also welcome.


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Hey...
Thanks Chenwenyan for visiting my blog.. I am sure you and your family,
friends are going to enjoy this lipsmacking receipes

Thanks
Dipen
http://indianfoodstuff.blogspot.com


chenwenyan wrote:
Thank you very much!I've visited your blog and read the passage,The
Indian cuisines are very wonderful.I must have a try some day.
Dipsee wrote:
Hi everybody.. I am 33 and very much interested in cooking i would be
posting some interesting india cuisines for you to enjoy and i am sure
you are all going to enjoy cooking it at home.
This cuisines are my own ones, my parents and friends have al enjoyed
it a lot. You can all visit my blog

http://indianfoodstuff.blogspot.com


I would be regularly updating this and also i would like to have your
comments poted on. Any queries are also welcome.


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On 2006-10-20, Dipsee wrote:

I would be regularly updating this and also i would like to have your
comments poted on. Any queries are also welcome.


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Hey...
Thanks Chenwenyan for visiting my blog.. I am sure you and your family,
friends are going to enjoy this lipsmacking receipes

Thanks
Dipen
http://indianfoodstuff.blogspot.com


chenwenyan wrote:
Thank you very much!I've visited your blog and read the passage,The
Indian cuisines are very wonderful.I must have a try some day.
Dipsee wrote:
Hi everybody.. I am 33 and very much interested in cooking i would be
posting some interesting india cuisines for you to enjoy and i am sure
you are all going to enjoy cooking it at home.
This cuisines are my own ones, my parents and friends have al enjoyed
it a lot. You can all visit my blog

http://indianfoodstuff.blogspot.com


I would be regularly updating this and also i would like to have your
comments poted on. Any queries are also welcome.




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"Dipsee" wrote in message
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Hi everybody.. I am 33 and very much interested in cooking i would be
posting some interesting india cuisines for you to enjoy and i am sure
you are all going to enjoy cooking it at home.
This cuisines are my own ones, my parents and friends have al enjoyed
it a lot. You can all visit my blog

http://indianfoodstuff.blogspot.com


I would be regularly updating this and also i would like to have your
comments poted on. Any queries are also welcome.


Excellent, I really enjoy eating and cooking Indian food. I've pretty much
nailed Tandoori and am even looking to buy a tandoor to go outside for hte
summer. I also attempt a lot of vegetarian dishes with varying degrees of
success. Unfortunately I can't get many ingredients locally but can buy
any/all spices, herbs etc from my catering suppliers.

What would really help would be an explanation of some of the ingredients
and if possible subsitutes if they are not available.

2 pinches asafoetida ...?

Some good looking recipes on your blog, always looking for ideas.



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Indian food looks and tastes like sewage sludge...

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Greg


"Dipsee" wrote in message
ups.com...
Hi everybody.. I am 33 and very much interested in cooking i would be
posting some interesting india cuisines for you to enjoy and i am sure
you are all going to enjoy cooking it at home.
This cuisines are my own ones, my parents and friends have al enjoyed
it a lot. You can all visit my blog

http://indianfoodstuff.blogspot.com


I would be regularly updating this and also i would like to have your
comments poted on. Any queries are also welcome.



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Dipsee wrote:
Hi everybody.. I am 33 and very much interested in cooking i would be
posting some interesting india cuisines for you to enjoy and i am sure
you are all going to enjoy cooking it at home.
This cuisines are my own ones, my parents and friends have al enjoyed
it a lot. You can all visit my blog

http://indianfoodstuff.blogspot.com


I would be regularly updating this and also i would like to have your
comments poted on. Any queries are also welcome.


Thanks for the link. I am currently learning how to cook Indian
cuisine.

-L.

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Indian food looks and tastes like sewage sludge...

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"Dipsee" wrote in message
ups.com...
Hi everybody.. I am 33 and very much interested in cooking i would be
posting some interesting india cuisines for you to enjoy and i am sure
you are all going to enjoy cooking it at home.
This cuisines are my own ones, my parents and friends have al enjoyed
it a lot. You can all visit my blog

http://indianfoodstuff.blogspot.com


I would be regularly updating this and also i would like to have your
comments poted on. Any queries are also welcome.




Being a newbie to the group I assume this is the resident troll who I should
killfile?


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On Fri, 20 Oct 2006 20:28:23 +0100, "TonyK" wrote:

Being a newbie to the group I assume this is the resident troll who I should
killfile?


One of them.


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Drop by your local indian store. They sell many different types of
curry in a can that are quite good.

At one time the best curry actually came from England and was shipped
to India.

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Gregory Morrow wrote:
Indian food looks and tastes like sewage sludge...



That's your opinion, Greg, but it marks you as
a narrow-minded xenophobe and probably a bigot.

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TonyK wrote:

"Gregory Morrow"

[email protected] ink.net
wrote in message
ink.net...
Indian food looks and tastes like sewage sludge...

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Greg


"Dipsee" wrote in message
ups.com...
Hi everybody.. I am 33 and very much interested in cooking i would be
posting some interesting india cuisines for you to enjoy and i am sure
you are all going to enjoy cooking it at home.
This cuisines are my own ones, my parents and friends have al enjoyed
it a lot. You can all visit my blog

http://indianfoodstuff.blogspot.com


I would be regularly updating this and also i would like to have your
comments poted on. Any queries are also welcome.




Being a newbie to the group I assume this is the resident troll who I

should
killfile?



I predict your tenure here will be a rather short one...best for you to go
back to lurking :-).

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Best
Greg


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Puester wrote:

Gregory Morrow wrote:
Indian food looks and tastes like sewage sludge...



That's your opinion, Greg, but it marks you as
a narrow-minded xenophobe and probably a bigot.



It's a cuisine I tried to like but it just didn't do it for me. And
restaurant and store - wise I was appalled by the disgusting hygienic state
and chiseling business practices of the vast majority of the Indian places I
visited...

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Best
Greg


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TonyK wrote:

What would really help would be an explanation of some of the ingredients
and if possible subsitutes if they are not available.

2 pinches asafoetida ...?


Asafoetida is used extensively in Northern Indian cooking. It's the resinous
root-sap of a bush, and is sold in Indian groceries either in lump form or
as a powder. Another word for it is "hing."

It's got a garlic-like flavor, so you can try substituting garlic for it,
though it will not be quite the same. The Indian cuisines which use
asafoetida generally abstain from garlic under the belief that garlic "heats
the blood," while asafoetida does not.

Bob




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