Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Exercise your vote...

....dear Reader.

Nothing as significant as the US elections, but given this year comes to a close in about 3 months and I'm 2 dishes short of my resolution of 10 new dishes every year, I'm inviting your votes on what 2 things to cook next.

Being vegetarian is the only constraint.

Kindly leave your vote.

Thanks and Regards,
(Bordering on Nigella's talent AND well on her way to Nigella's size)
Ms. Tic

Edited to add based on comments: Dear lovely wonderful comment putters, note that I live in a kitchen where if i'm not careful I can get a ear detached from body due to many shelf like things jutting out from random walls.
Additionally, I do not own an oven, baking thingamajings, fondue serving equipment and such things.
What I DO have is a mixer, some non stick woks and a microwave oven. Also conventional gas.
Just letting you know so you can keep your vote ...err... actionable.

Lou to all.

17 comments:

Fork Spoon Knife said...

What are the choices??

unpredictable said...

Uh ... it's an open ended question :) Answer as you please! Feel free to project your own wishes ... :)

Pria said...

Hi,I just dropped by to say that your posts are terrific! Can I vote as well? :)

unpredictable said...

Pria: Hello! And wow that's real kind of you :) Please to vote!!! :)

Penguin said...

My vote goes for home-made hummus with home-made olive (verrry mild), sun-dried tomato, bitter chocolate and red wine foccacia. Yes, I know this is a weird combination, but I think it would work. You would have to wing the recipe a bit also. But you could use my oven if you wanted to.

You asked for this! :-)

unpredictable said...

Penguin: Nonsense. I didn't understand half of that!!! Thank God this is a voting process and no one else is likely to support that!

P.s: you could make it for me no still? :)

Quirky Quill said...

I'll vote only if you cook enough and get some to office.

unpredictable said...

QQ: Right. Conditional voting is it? Fine. Go on and tell what you want. I'll prob make this close ended in a bit.

Fork Spoon Knife said...

Brie En Croute and Pudding pie with peaches and cream

unpredictable said...

FSK: oooh so long as that doesnt need an oven .. i can try .. actually havent done too many dessert thingies yet :)

Fork Spoon Knife said...

Brie does need an oven; pie not..
you can use a no. of store bought items that make life easier..

ray said...

Hi,

I was reading ur blog posts and found some of them to be very good.. u write well.. Why don't you popularize it more.. ur posts on ur blog ‘Mystic Pizza’ took my particular attention as some of them are interesting topics of mine too;

BTW I help out some ex-IIMA guys who with another batch mate run www.rambhai.com where you can post links to your most loved blog-posts. Rambhai was the chaiwala at IIMA and it is a site where users can themselves share links to blog posts etc and other can find and vote on them. The best make it to the homepage!

This way you can reach out to rambhai readers some of whom could become your ardent fans.. who knows.. :)

Cheers,

Pria said...

My vote is for chocolate fondue. :)

Nutan said...

How about veg momo and noodles?

unpredictable said...

FSK, Pria,Nutan: Thanks! I like the momo idea. I think i'll go ahd with that. :)

Mahogany said...

roasted vegetables. defenitely roasted vegetables. go for stuff like tomatoes, bell peppers and eggplants. look for a good dressing to go with them, somthing olive-oil based should work well.

unpredictable said...

Mahogany: But that's so ... so .. easy!! It's not fun if it's not atleast a little bit of a challenge....

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