In India, eating with your hands is a tradition. Though cutlery is - TopicsExpress


In India, eating with your hands is a tradition. Though cutlery is used everywhere, a lot of Indians prefer to eat Indian food with their hands.But hand-eating is the real deal: A set of fingers, after all, is infinitely more nimble than a set of metal tines, far better equipped to pry the spines out of a fish molee lol Pic: Meet our (sis and mine) out of town guest & dear friend of 30 + yrs David LaCour ,an American hails from Van Nuys ,California ,digging into my homemade sardine curry loaded with potatoes,carrots and hard boiled eggs, fried pappadums and perfectly refreshing pineapple cucumber salad is wonderfully easy to make and simply delicious! David has lived and worked in Tropical Singapore hence hes accustomed to Singapores cultural diversity in the array of local cuisines Chinese, Malay, Indian and Peranakan among others. Im going to delight his taste buds with Singapore’s signature dishes for the next few days. Hainanese chicken rice and nasi lemak being the favourite dishes amongst us locals, are among top picks of the lot. After having a satisfying meal , wash it down with a cup of teh tarik (which means “pulled tea”), a creamy and frothy milk tea OR a yummy glass of grass jelly .Grass jelly is a jelly-like dessert found in Asia. It is most typically served chilled in a bowl, either by itself or with fruits, but also used in bubble tea. Outside of Asia, however, it is mostly sold in cans or packets in Asian supermarkets (seen here ) and sure, you can find plastic disposable cups all around, but the to-go bag is just good ..(see pic) David enjoyed his meal and figure its now worth an encore, perhaps at a fine-dining establishment near us. Hand-eaters of America, meet us there. Is Everything More Delicious When You Eat With Your Hands? Denises website: leoanddenise.webs Leo HarrisDeborah de Zilva-Grosse
Posted on: Thu, 28 Aug 2014 01:19:22 +0000

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