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For most people, the world of wine is often seen as mysterious, seductive, esoteric, and yet mostly confusing. Particularly, wine and food pairing is an especially common dilemma. The obscurity of choosing wines that compliment complex foods is even larger of a reservation. India, a country fairly novel to wine drinking, is suddenly witnessing a fanatical growth in people who have started enjoying and experimenting with a glass of wine. With wines being predominantly a discovery of the West; it has not been easy for us Indians to combine them with Indian cuisine.
Wow - that is a controversial question!
There has been a lot of discussion on various wine discussion sites, and there is no single answer and no consensus at all.
First of course, India is a huge country with an amazing breadth of cuisine. So your question is a bit like, 'what goes with European food'. There are so many parameters, so many dishes.
Most people who are asking this question are thinking about hot and spicy foods.
Everybody has a different perception of chillies. If you are not used to them then you can't taste much, you just want to drink something cold. If you love them and are used to them, then you can also taste other flavours and enjoy wine.
Some people say that tannins in oaked wine clashes, some people say that a sweeter wine matches better. My friend Warren has set up his own company to sell wine he produced to go with Indian food and has firm ideas on what is required -- see http://www.wineforspice.com/
Warren says: "The semi-sparkling nature avoids the unpleasant effects of gaseous overload yet retains all the refreshing qualities of a cold beer. Fruitiness and residual sugar in the range rise in relation to the spiciness of the accompanying dish A refreshing wine should also have a good level of mouth-watering acidity but avoid mouth-drying tannin so no red wines for the moment. The wines are also free from oak which clashes with spice giving a bitter harsh after-taste. A good degree of alcohol is required to provide body but excess alcohol can add to the burning sensation of chillies."
But personally, I prefer to drink red wines and I like a spicy Shiraz or Pinotage. And I find Champagne is also good.
So my advice is to to make up your own mind. Try your favorite wine and if that doesn't work for you, use what you've learned about wghhat doesn't work for you and proceed from that.
The local wine shops are now government run, the best thing is to ask a local taxi driver, the will know where the shops are.
Be prepared to pay more money for it though, now that it's government run.
You should also check the local directory.
There is one at R.A Puram junction.
If you are asking which are the best Indian wines, then there are not a lot of choices. Modern winemaking in India is too recently established for a track record to be determined -- there is constant improvement, experimentation and trialling of new growing areas and, of course, every year the existing vines gain maturity and produce better wines.
I think Chateau Indage produce some good wines from both indigenous varieties and imported vines, and wines from Sula are also reliable.
If you are in India then you are lucky to be able to taste the full range of what is available and take part in this exciting new wine country.
I have only tasted Indian wines at trade tastings
May I know the procedures for Export of wine for sale in Muscat from India as merchant exporter? Any Special Licence or permission required for export of wine on either side (Indian exporter as well as IMuscat importer)
How do you decide whether to add beer or wine to your dishes? I make a great chili made of chicken, kielbasa, peppers, onions, mushrooms, corn, tomatoes, chicken broth, Indian and Italian spices. How do I know whether to add beer or wine? Does it depend on the broth? What are your favorite recipes? General comments about beer and wine in cooking.
In general, if it's hearty southwestern flavors, add beer. If it's a dish with smokey meats (keilbasa, bacon) and/or pork, add either beer or white wine, depending on what mood you are going for. Beer will give it a heartier german/polish flavor, wine will make it more delicate, refined flavor (the French do that).
Chicken = white wine. Beef usually = red wine, unless it's something "old world hearty" like shephards pie, then I use beer. Beef stew or pot roast can be either beer or red wine, again depending on what type of dish you are going for. Fish = white wine.
For soups, I tend to use white wine in chicken soups, beer in bean or split pea soups, beer in spicy soups (southwester, cajun).
None of these are hard rules. You'll find recipes for everything under the sun. Different regions go for different flavors. I once made a Basque bean and smoked sausage soup with a whole bottle of red wine in it!
I don't think there will be any major changes in the Indian cricket team. Forget and forgive World Cup 2007 and the Indian cricket board BCCI may select almost the same team for Bangladesh with the same coach!!! All same. Old wine in a new bottle? During the Bangladesh tour Indian cricket team will definitely win the series against Bangladesh which means like winning World Cup 2007? Indian fans may think so!!!
I am not a fan of Indian cricket team.
Omg i cannot believe everyone above want to keep sachin, rahul, ganguly in the team.. I cannot believe this. I think they all should be out of the side.. What happened with the team india was, they had too much pride in the,.. They thought they were all this and all that. And look what happened.. Such a shame !!! We need a new team, full of younsters
Apache Indian - Boomshakalak
Wine your body
Wriggle your belly
Dip and go down in a the new stylee
Wine and go up, wine and go down
Bubble and a rock ca the new style around
You fe line it up, you fe wine it up
Do the boomshackalak till the dance hall full up
The boomshackalak it a the brand new style
Wicked say it wicked jah jah no say it wild
Raggamuffin style fe the discipline child
Dip and go down ca it well versatile
You fe move fe your waist, move fe your back
Wine and go down do the shack-a-lak-a-lak
Get in a the groove ca you are the top notch
Bubble and a wine gal right pon the spot
The gal pon the left she truly design
Watch how she bubble and watch how she wine
Back, she front, she a move she waist line
Tell a boy say that the gal say she mine
Mine she mine ca we rock it in a time
Everybody join in when she give you the sign
The english gal a do the boomshackalak
The american gal a do the boomshackalak
The indian possie do the boomshackalak
The yardy gal a do the boomshackalak
The japanese gal a do the boomshackalak
And the german gal a do the boomshackalak
Put yours hands in a the air like you just dont care
Raggamuffin deh bout so you better be aware
The north and the south everybody everywhere
Flex out shock out ca the vibe in a the air
Bubble and a wine ca the gal a draw near
Everybody sing out when the dj say
Depends. Language is a tricky thing.
In the EU the legal definition of 'wine' is that it is made from grapes.
Alcoholic drinks made from other fruits were traditionally known as Country Wines or Fruit Wines.
So you can call it Red, but in my book it isn't wine.
I'm going to visit my friend from work who is going to show me how to cook some real Indian food - her and her husband are both from India. I would like to take a gift - usually in this situation I would take some wine/beers/flowers.
What would be suitable? I don't know if she/her husband drinks or not, and it's a lunchtime.
I would definitely do a white. The reds might be too peppery and compete with the intense flavours of the dish. Plus, it has SO much cream and butter, and nice crisp white like a Chardonnay might cut through the richness nicely.
2 Types of GREAT Red Wines from India:
a. La Reserve - produced from their finest Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz grapes, the wine is made in the best French winemaking traditions of Bordeaux.
b. Cabernet Shiraz - blended from Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz (Syrah) grapes, this is a full-bodied wine with soft tannins and a delicate spicy taste.
Out of the 2, La Reserve is still the BEST as the Red Wine selection. But I'm not too sure for the price. You may wish to check it out online or at the auction sections.
Because most christians were white, and if it was native american, it was wrong in their minds. In a 4-year time period, 17,000,000 buffalo were killed by whites. They were killed, skinned, de-tongued, de-horned, and left there to rot. This was for the sole reason to killl off plains natives food source. The massacre at Wounded Knee was because we wouldnt stop dancing after it was outlawed. This is like us going into a church, and killing people for praying. That is why we dance, is to pray. And peyote is only used by some southwestern nations. And just for a little more information, we are not "Indians", we are Native Americans. When Colombus got here, he thought he was in india, so he called the natives "Indians", it just stuck. Have you ever seen a truly black black man? No, but the original africans were so dark, that from a distance, they looked black. Names get started and stick due to ignorance.
well..try this..put some bonless chicken in chopped onions, garlic, cummin, cinnamon, salt, and pepper..keep it for two hours.
in a pan..put some red sweet and orange and green pepper, and heat..then add some zucchini, some mushroomsand heat again.
then add then chicken and heat well untill done..u may add some spagetti...bon appetit
So, an Indian, a Frenchman, and the Pope are all on a plane. The pilot says, "Hey, are any of you not circumcised?" So the Pope lifts up his robe and says, "Shut up, stupid! You don't even speak English!" The Israeli asks the Japanese guy to open his eyes, but the Japanese man says, "I'm not squinting you crazy Jew, you're the one who sold me these cheap glasses!" What's the difference between a Belgian and a lump of dog sh!t? The Belgian drinks wine, but the dog sh!t smells good.
I am of Indian origin, born in the US. Hubby came here for M.S. In-laws has visited us 3 months every 6 months past 2 yrs, and now might move in. I have a ? abt life with Indian in-laws? Are these normal?
1. All at dinner or watching TV. someone needs water o r phone rings - I have to go get it.
2. New Years Prty: I'm not supposed to sip wine. I said fine if hubby also forgoes it. MIL said dont' wear shorts in summer. I said fine, if hubby also wears only jeans. all shocked.
3. shopping for new car, house: they come along. ALWAYS. I can't speak freely to hubby. Have to save it for later.
4. TV: only their channels are watched.
5. Phone: I'm on phone, call-wtng, not urgent. but i have to hang up.
6. all back from 5 day trip. I have to immed. "take care" of all - coffee etc. I'm not "tired".
7. We cannot sit on same sofa. I get a call (friend has cancer or great job, hubby cannot give me a quick hug. High 5 is OK, gasp)
8. We cannot tell them "we know u love the grandkids, but please do not question our authority in front of them".
9. Our anniv: I want to spend couple of hrs alone just us two anytime between 6-11 pm. Sorry, not possible. Let's ALL celeb. Just us 2 can wait.
10. Have been to Las Vegas 3 times. This time I'd rather stay back w/ kids. No. All shld go.
11. I skipped lunch, feel like a quick early dinner before all. Sorry, all eat TOGETHER.
12. I had a heavy lunch & long day. Would like to skip dinner & turn in early(once in 3 months). Unheard of. Shocking.
13. They are with us all the ttime. Can't talk freely about anything. Yes, final choice is ours, and I can always talk in the bedroom, but some things have to be said NOW(car/house shopping)
14..If hubby tries talking to them, they are hurt, hug me & say you are like our daughter.
I told hubby, visits have to be less than a month long, and no they move-in. He agreed.
Is this normal w/ Indian in-laws in the U.S.?
I totally understand where you are coming from and you don't have to follow ALL of the rules. They understand that you grew up with an American mentality and things are going to be a bit different. The thing is, you have to respect them but it is ultimately your house. If you want to watch something on tv you should watch it and tell them you'll tape their shows for them to watch the next day. Also, with your husband tell him to do some work around the house. Not in front of his parents or anything but beforehand. If you're cooking tell him to help clean up afterwards. If his dad tells him to sit down tell your husband to say "no, she's been working and cooking all day the least I can do is help her out."
Start with baby steps. If you say anything to your in-laws they are just going to guilt trip you. Do little things at first and work your way up to the big things.
My daughter has an Indian friend from school who she is very good friends with and was invited over to her house on Saturday. When I spoke to the girl's mom, she said something about it being a holiday for them and invited me and my husband and my son (2 1/2 years old) also. They were going to have alot of food and celebrate. The mother has a very heavy accent and I have a hard time understanding her. I accepted her invitation, but not really sure what to wear or bring (like a desert or wine). I looked on the internet to try to find out some more about this holiday with no luck. Any info would be helpful - thank you!!
The holiday is called diwali...its actually coming up but it depends on the day u were invited...Diwali is a festival of lights..they light candles in their homes..so candles i guess wud be a good present..they would probably have some sweets too..but its indian types...u would have loads of fun...trust me...lol..hope that helped..u can actually google diwali..
I'm a half-indian, half-white girl with the exact same skin-color as Jess in Bend-It-Like-Beckham. I have medium-big lips and like natural, glossy brown to wine lipgloss. I need everthing under . Do you know anything?
Here are some guidelines for shades that may complement your skin tone. If you are fair-skinned, you probably look pretty in pinks-chances are your lips love apricots and cherries...and you could always go nude.
With light-medium skin, you could go a bit deeper...to rose, rich berries and auburn.
Browns, bronzes, raisins and some deep reds are flattering to medium skin tones.
And if your skin tone is deep, try rich deep browns, wines, plumbs, and even crimson.
But lipstick (in your case LIP GLOSS) lovers beware...like hearts, there is no color rule that can't be broken. It's really a matter of your own personal preference. Experiment.
Red Alert! Warmer reds are easier to wear and tend to compliment a range of skin tones. Cooler shades look great on fair skin. If in doubt, experiment with a soft, sheer formula to find your perfect red.
for leaving cricket and changing there profession to modeling
they look good and they are better at that
and if they start wining the loose the mojor matches
why are we stil into cricket the national sports of india having a team of loosers
Okay umm I am 11 and turning umm 13... okay i am turning 12 okay
and i was watching okay dave Chapele and he said that you know black peole drank a lot of wine. okay.
and i think this goes along with a thoery i had at CCD . See god turned caine black okay and in africa they made a lot of wine and such. I am not saying blakc people are cursed okay
and i have a friend who is indian and told me this also okay so i am not racist.
yeah and umm
Ladakh is a desert land high up in the Western Himalayas, located in what is now IndiaÃ¢â¬â¢s state of Kashmir. Often referred to as Little Tibet, it has been home to a Tibetan Buddhist culture that has endured for more than 1,000 years. Helena Norberg-Hodge arrived in Ladakh in 1975 as part of an anthropological film team, coincidentally at the time of LadakhÃ¢â¬â¢s first exposure to Western-style development. In the intervening years, she has worked with the Ladakhi people to protect their culture and environment from the effects of rapid modernization. In 1978 she founded the Ladakh Project, with the goal of providing the Ladakhi people with the means to make more informed choices about their own future. Her efforts led to the formation of the indigenous Ladakh Ecological Development Group, with whom she shared the 1986 Right Livelihood Award, also known as the Alternative Nobel Prize. She also works to educate those in developed countries on the effects of economic globalization, and to promote sustainable ways of living.
Dad buys you school supplies instead of new school clothes
All you living room furnaiture is red
You eat fried plantains and rice as a side dish
You can wine real good
You're accent comes out when you're pissed
You're mom says that you need to get married soon or else you'll get old but you're only 16
the reason i don't want revenue sharing or a salary cap is because i want teams to hold onto to their home grown product. if you look before their was revenue sharing and a treshold tax the marlins won a championship 1997, the cleveland indians were world series contenders for many years. the reds won it all in 1990 the a's were wining in the late 1980's the twins won in 1991 and 1986 the angels won in 2002 when they were the anehim angels and had a low payroll. the toront blue jays won in 1992 and 1993 and their payroll wasn't the highest. my point is teams even in smaller markets could compete, the only reason they didn't is they had a bad general manager or a bad farm system.
what i think should happen is players get paid on performance,every one gets a base salary i.e.,500,000 a year, they should get paid BIG on batting ave,hits,r.b.i.s,home runs,ect.also get a fat bonus when your team gets to the playoffs and playoff performance,that way a good player will want to play for a team that really wants to win a championship as a team,not go to the highest bidder that way teams can earn a championship,not buy one like the yankees always TRY to do
hey guys...help...i need a delicious recipe (well i wont eat the recipe)....it should be a dessert made of dates....it would be nice if there is no adding of wine or things like that...im an indian...so smt mayb in that taste...or anything else...any recipe is welcomed...
so guys...i need a dessert made of dates
right now i need it...urgent
This is a simple yet delicious recipe (I never use any alcohol)
this is a list of other date recipes from the same site.
Most cultures across Europe, Asia, and Africa drank their own varieties of alchohol wine, ale, mead, cider, etc. Those that didn't like the Muslims knew exactly what it was and how to make it. Why were the Indians so in the dark on this issue, and thereby so vulnerable to alcohol abuse once they got a hold of some gin or in the harder times wrought-gut whiskey.
This letter was written in response to an article in the NY times:(with no harm meant to anyone in particular)
Dear Editor: I'm sorry but I would like to challenge some of your Indian male readers. I am a White female who is engaged to an Indian male, good-looking, educated and loving. I just don't understand a lot of Indian female's attitudes about our relationship. My man decided he wanted me because the pickings amongst Indian women were slim to none. As he said they were either too fat, too loud, too mean, too argumentative, too needy, too materialistic or carrying too much excess baggage. Before I became engaged, whenever I went out I was constantly approached by Indian men, willing to wine and dine me and give me the world. If Indian women are so up in arms about us being with their men, why don't they look at themselves and make some changes. I am tired of the dirty looks I get and snide remarks when we're out in public. I would like to hear from some Indian men about why we white women are so appealing and coveted by them. Bryant Gumbel just left his wife of 26 years for oneof us. Charles Barkley, Scottie Pippen, the model Tyson Beckford, Montell Williams, Quincy Jones, James Earl Jones, Harry Belafonte, SydneyPoitier, Kofi Anan, Cuba Gooding Jr., Don Cornelius, Berry Gordy, Billy Blanks, Larry Fishburne, Wesley Snipes...I could go on and on. But, right now, I'm a little angry and that is why I wrote this so hurriedly. Don't be mad with us White women because so many of your men want us. Get your acts together and learn from us and we may lead you to treat your men better. If I'm wrong, Indian men, let me know.
Disgusted White Girl.
Somewhere in VA.
The Response: Dear Editor:
I would like to respond to the letter written by A Disgusted White Girl. Let me start by saying that I am a 28-year old Indian man. I graduated from one of the most prestigious universities in Atlanta, Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Management. I have a good job at a major corporation and have recently purchased a house. So, I consider myself to be among the ranks of successful Non-White men. I will not use my precious time to slander white people. I just want to set the record straight of why Indian men date white women. Back in the day, one of the biggest reasons why Indian men dated white women was because they were considered easy. The Indian girls in my neighborhood were raised traditionally. They were very strict about when they lost their virginity and who they lost it to. Because of our impatience to wait, brothers would look for someone who would give it up easy without too much hassle. So, they turned to the white girls. Nowadays, in my opinion, a lot of Indian males date white women because they are docile and easy to control. A lot of Indian men, because of insecurities, fears, and overall weaknesses, have become intimidated by the strength of our Indian women. We are afraid that our woman will be more successful than us, make more money than us, drive nicer cars and own bigger houses. Because of this fear, many Indian men look for a more docile woman. Someone we can control. I have talked to numerous Indian men and they continuously comment on how easy it is to control and walkover their white women. I just want to set the record straight. I want A Disgusted White Girl to know that not all successful Indian men date white women. Non-Whiteslike Ahmad Rashad, Denzel Washington, Michael Jordan, Morris Chestn!ut,Will Smith, Blair Underwood, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Samuel L. Jackson,and Chris Rock all married strong Non-White women. And, to flip the script, there are numerous white men, in and out of the spot light, who openly or secretly desire Non-White women over white women. Ted Danson, Robert DeNiro, and David Bowie to name a few. I just don't want a disgusted white girl to be misinformed. Stop thinking that because you are white that you are some type of goddess. Remember, when Non-White Egyptian Queens like Hatsepshut and Nitorcris were ruling Dynasties and armies of men in Egypt, you were over in the caves of Europe eating raw meat and beating each other over the head with clubs.
Read your history! It was the Non-White woman that taught you how to cook and season your food. It was the Non-White woman that taught you how to raise your children. It was Non-White women who were breastfeeding and raising your babies during slavery. It is the Non-White woman that had to endure watching their fathers, husbands, and children beaten, killed, and thrown in jail. Indian women were born with two strikes against them: being Non-White and being a woman. And, through all this, Still They Rise! It is because of the Indian women's strength, elegance, power, love and beauty that I could never date anyone except my Indian Queen. It is not just the outer beauty that captivates and draws me to them. It is not the fact that they come in all shapes, sizes, colours and shades that I love them. Their inner beauty is what I find most appealing about Indian women. Their strong spirit, loving and nurturing souls, their integrity, their ability to overcome great obstacles, their willingness to stand for what they believe in, and their determination to succeed and
reach their highest potential while enduring great pain and suffering is why I have fallen in love with Indian women. I honestly believe that your anger is geared more toward jealousy and envy than snotty looks. If this were not so, then why do you continuously go to tanning salons to darken your skin? If you are so proud to be white, then why don't you just be happy with your pale skin? Why do you continue to inject your lips, hips, and breasts with unnatural and dangerous substances so you can look fuller and more voluptuous? I think that your anger is really a result of you wanting to have what the Non-White woman has. BOTTOM LINE: If I were looking for a docile woman, someone I can walkover and control, I would give you a call. But, unfortunately, I am looking for a Virtuous Woman. Someone that can be a good wife and mother to my children. Someone who can be my best friend and understands my struggles. I am looking for a soul mate and; unfortunately, you do not and CANNOT fit the bill.
No offense taken, none given. . . . .
Signed, Indian Royalty.
why is that some foods you have to use pork, beer, or wine to make the food taste good! i am looking for any type of website that has all types of food, greek, italian, indian anything except it must be kosher!! help me out please!!!
My roommate and I moved out of our apartment because the house was just too hot to live in. We talked to our landlord who said she would let us out of the lease a month early, but will keep our deposit (our lease ends august 30th). She decided to have the place bug bombed but we told her that there was still some furniture we wanted to keep. Well I just rolled down there and I am missing some furniture, a watch, some other odd and end things like a bottle of wine and my indian rug. I called her and her excuse was that she had the items moved to storage, when in reality I believe the guys who helped move things out cherry picked what they wanted before the bombing took place. We never gave her permission to move or take anything. And it seems odd that a bottle of wine should be taken to prevent damage from a bomb, when they left numerous other objects in the rooms and took personal valuables along with other odds and ends like kitchen utensils. Is this just straight up theft?
I am a bit confused.
If you were already suppose to be completely moved out. Shouldn't you have taken all your stuff with you? Unless the place was still your place for a few days / weeks. If you were already suppose to have all your stuff out then I would say that you have no legal recourse.
However if you were still in possesion of the place when all this happened, and the missing stuff is important to you, then you should consider getting a lawyer.
id like to cook something for my girlfriend, its our 3rd year anniversary! the only problem is, i dont know what to cook with my somewhat strange resources! i always cook the same thing for her - tomato based pasta sauce my mum taught me! as you can tell by my screen name!lol my mums in italy so i cant ask her4 recipe :'-(
in my fridge/draw i have...
tinned chopped tomatoes,
3 bell peppers, capsicums (2 green and one red)
arborio - risotto rice
uncle bens packet rice
some salsiccia piccante (napoli salame)
basil - fresh
a tin of chick peas
a loaf of bread
maybe a pack of nachos
a tiny bit of red wine
and 2 bananas that are going a bit brown!lol
ofcourse you dont have to use all of these ingredients!
2 courses would be AMAZING
I ran out of characters, but I just wanted to say thank you all bcoz she means so much to me, and you are all very kind for helping out!! X
i have olive oil, vegetable oil and butter too!lol
i have no meat :-(
just the salame!
i hate fish! (only like fish fingers)
i cant go shopping bcos its 8pm here, i wish i was more organised!
she isnt back for a few hours!
Ge a HUGE pot, put everything except the Fish Fingers, the Bananas and the bread in it, add water, a little Olive oil, some white wine-- a tad, and let it simmer for a few hours.
Get the bread and the bananas and get some vanilla pudding and make banana bread pudding.
I am taking a Road trip from North Carolina to Denver. I was wondering some neat places to stop at along the way. Any indian reservations? achaeological sites? historical sites? microbreweries? wine tastings?? parks?? ext. ??
It was summer and very hot and walking on the road was a very old Indian Lady dressed in doe skins. I stopped and asked if she would like a ride, she said yes and got in the car. There was a paper sack between us and she said what's this. I said --Oh it's a bottle of wine I got for my husband. She said -- Good Trade! Was she a wise woman?
Currently Cleveland is tied with Texas in the 10th at 6.
IF they win, Detroit & Cleveland would be tied with the same exact record.
IF both teams are tied at season's end, then whatever team has the better record against the other would win the Division.
At it stands now, that would be Cleveland (who are 6-4 against Detroit so far) and Detroit would be the wild card.
Both teams have 8 more games to play against each other, so Detroit could end with the better record against Cleveland.
Even though The Tigers have lost quite a few games lately, so have The Indians. Cleveland has had a perfect chance to be up 3 or 4 games...but they are not.
At season's end I see detroit winning the Central Division, and Cleveland taking the wild card.
Although your yankees are making a run for the wild card, I odnt see them beating Cleveland for that spot.
Cleveland simply has better pitching.
Being the biased Tiger fan I am, I am hoping that Cleveland & Detroit play for the American League Championship.
However, with 2 more months to play, anything could happen.
alright i never ever cooked in my whole life and now i only know 6 recpes that i make everyday...i need some quick meals which has no pork...coz my grandparents dont eat nay...........
something simple and personally from you...
i will die eating the same food all the time...
i am an indian......
well still anything without pork and wine is accpeted
CAN I USE spaghetti instead of Fettuccine IN FETTUCINE ALFREDO?? PLZ HELP ME!! I WILL HAVE A BREAK DOWN..
Yes, you can use any pasta with the fettucini recipe, but wide noodles will hold the sauce better and be more flavorful.
And here is one of the world's easiest recipes for new cooks:
Chicken in Foil
For each serving, place a boneless chicken breast in the center of a square of heavy-duty aluminum foil. Season the chicken with your choice of the following:
Teryaki sauce, lemon pepper, barbecue sauce, Montreal poultry seasoning, or any sauce of choice suitable for chicken.
Place any or all of the following around the chicken breast:
A peeled and quartered potato, a peeled carrot cut into small chunks, a few broccoli spears, some whole mushrooms, a few slivers of sweet red onion, and some strips of red bell pepper.
Season the vegetables with salt and pepper, then dot with butter or margarine. Fold up the sides of the foil to form a tightly sealed packet, and bake in a 350 degree oven for 25-35 minutes or until the chicken is done and the veggies are tender.
Serve with breadsticks and some fruit for an easy, delicious meal with almost no clean-up afterwards!
In this movie The French Hill People came to america and formed a wagon train to California too start a wine vineyard. They faced many problems along the way including a fire, and the threat of being attacked by indians. As a matter of fact when They are threatened by an indian attack. The French Settlers being from the hills in France and knowing that the indians were in the hills ahead, decide that the only way to get thru was to attack the indians first. They suprised the indians by jumping and hopping off hills and cliff edges with a very unique yell and suprised the indians and kept them from being a threat anymore. What was the name of that movie and where can I find it.
City or Country
Indian Food or Chinese Food
Wine or Beer
River or Lake
Gin or Vodka
Mac or PC
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