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Biryani-Pulao Roundup

I am a big big foodie! This one is for all of those who confuse the Biryani and the Pulao concepts. 

http://aahaaram.wordpress.com/2014/07/04/biryani-pulao-roundup/

These I found and thought I must share on my Blog as well. 

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Delicious onion dosas

I agree

Coffee Time Conversations

I don’t like the oniondosas that are served in hotels. I love the variety that I learnt from my mom. I usually make onion dosas from the left over batter the next day. The batter would have settled and thick enough to suit it. And it is kid friendly because I’ve been eating this since I was a kid myself and still love it.

I had made benne dose yesterday and since I prepare batter in quantities more than enough for a single day, I refrigerate it and use it the next day to make paddu or other dosas. Hence, today it was onion dosa. They turned out so yummy that the husband who had initially refused to eat dosa because “bleah dosa with leftover batter” merrily ate 3 dosas.

It is very easy to prepare and what more, no chutney needed either.

Ingredients:

Dosa batter

Onion thinly sliced…

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Yep! A good variation to a cool drink. So much better than sodas.

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Rouladen

I am a foodie. And this is SINFULLY delicious just to look at. I know I’m going to Hell. But Hell is a sacrifice I don’t mind making.

The Domestic Man

Rouladen is the German version of the French roulade, which is a roll made with thinly-sliced meat. The German version is interesting in that it probably came from Germans using items they had on hand most of the time – mustard, pickles, onion, and pork – to make something that’s unique in its own right. What’s even better is that these characteristics also make it easy to throw together this delicious meal with items you probably already have in your kitchen.

There’s no denying the French influence on this dish, with its use of a wine and broth braise (although Germans sometimes use beer instead) and mirepoix vegetables to add flavor. It’s commonly thought that Rouladen was originally made with strips of pork, although beef has become the most popular meat for this dish over the past century.

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Nails

Oh! So beautiful.

Get Behind the Muse

I’d never cut anybody else’s nails until I was thirty-one years of age. Then, in the space of a couple of weeks, I was cutting the nails of two of the most important people in my life, neither of whom was able to perform this task themselves. At one end of life’s journey was my father, riddled with cancer and possessing neither the strength nor agility to wield a nail clippers. At the other, my newborn daughter whose facial lacerations a day after emerging from the womb demanded the application of mouth to tiny finger and the careful nibbling away at her delicate, but razor-sharp nails. I was struck at the time by the difference between the two sets of nails. My father’s were dry and brittle, almost turning to powder on contact with the metal of the clippers; further evidence of his decline, the cancer-driven weathering of his tissues…

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30 seconds and the whole truth is out there! Very good.

Johnny McHone

“More Than a Drawing” a stopmotion animation by Johnny McHone submitted to Gilbert, Arizona’s 30 second film festival.

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