Day 157

Aloo Mutter

This was frozen, sure, but it wasn’t half bad. Just potatoes and peas in a tomato-based sauce. It was another offering from workmate Kelly, who is attempting to broaden my Eastern horizons. There was some debate in the office about whether these first forays into Indian cuisine — apart from a traumatic ginger chicken debacle in the San Francisco bay area — should be of the boxed/frozen variety. But I guess it’s a start. I’m going to try to hit up my town’s only Indian restaurant this weekend to continue in the cause. I hear the place is pretty good — which is a rarity in our restaurant scene.

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One Comment to “Day 157”

  1. I think Indian food (or any cultural cuisine) is tricky because it really depends on the quality of the restaurant. I had Indian food for the first time about 15 years ago, and although I didn’t hate it, I didn’t like it enough to try it again. However, a couple years ago we lived in Virginia and I met a lovely Indian lady who recommended an Indian restaurant there… oh my gosh I would have eaten there every single night if I’d had the money!! It was that fabulous. So, I guess what I’m saying is, some stuff can’t be judged in one try. I mean, if you ate my cooking, you’d think most food was gross, lol! Baking is more my forte. 🙂

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