Thursday, July 31, 2008

No one's sick round here ...

... so don't ask why I'm cooking Khichdi, like this co worker asked when I told her I plan to make this Gujju food thing tonight. Khichdi's also made when you get home really late from a lonnnnnnnnnnnnnnngggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg day at work, cause it's quick and simple.

Once I started, I figured might as well go the whole hog, and so ended up cooking Khatti Aloo (potatoes cooked in tamarind gravy so they have this awesome sourish aftertaste) and all.

Here, take, I really don't have the energy or enthusiasm to write more tonight. It's been a long day. Did I just say that?

6 comments:

Prasad said...

wow the khichdi and the potato look cool! u sure r inspiring me to start cooking. they also make khichdi with this dal called "moong chilka" (split green mung or sthg)...try it out sometime. quite tasty.

Penguin said...

Thumping on the back, dudette - that's what you deserve! :-)

Albatross said...

Hey Unpred:

Well done on the culinary skills - looks awesome.

Perhaps this is another profession calling? Sanjeev Kapoor is feeling lonely at the top...

")

Hi Penguin:
Hope all's well.

Albatross

Penguin said...

Hey Albatross!
Good to hear from you. Yes, all's well and happy on my side of the world. How about you?

unpredictable said...

Prasad: :) Yes that might have been the intent, inspiring people! :D I'll try the moong chilka thing .. actually im so bleddy enthu i'll make just about anything right now! :)

Penguin: So long as it's not violent, thumping is ok by me. Thanks :)

Albatross: Welcome back! Thanks very much for your words, but I think Sanjeev Kapoor has Jamie Oliver and the likes to keep him company. I'm fine down here :)

Albatross said...

hey penguin:
thanks, things are happy and good here too...:-D

unpred, that's cool, just checking :-D.

if remy could do it, inspired by gusteau, i thought...well, sigh.