Wow, and Whew
Wow because I did not expect to have such a good time in India and whew because it is so cold here.
India is wonderful. I wish everyone would travel to it. Just this Sunday edition of the New York Times has this. It is truly a culinary delight. Man on MAN – the food is wonderful and cheap. Health and Hygienic (It is usually boiling hot). I recommend not to consume anything that is not boiling hot. Get it and wait till you can eat it. One my good friends from England says that I have an ‘asbestos tongue.’ Ha Ha, never mind. It’s worth to get slightly burned when one eats Indian food. Sweat, eat, Sweat again. Phew!
“Within five minutes of ordering three deluxe thalis at the large and bustling Bharawan da Dhaba in Amritsar, India, a waiter brought us round steel trays filled with our $3 lunch. There were a half-dozen bowls on each, which included spicy chickpeas with a hint of pomegranate powder, the black lentils known as daal and the Punjabi comfort food equivalents of macaroni and cheese — the creamy mustard greens called sarso ka saag and kadhi, a yellow chickpea flour and yogurt curry swimming with fried onion fritters. Lachedar parantha, whole wheat butter-layered bread, fresh from the tandoor clay oven, was our accompaniment.”
Happy eating and Journeying