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INDIAN NIGHT: MONDAY 1/23/06

topic posted Tue, January 10, 2006 - 12:25 PM by  Michael
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Michael
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  • Re: INDIAN NIGHT: MONDAY 1/23/06

    Tue, January 10, 2006 - 10:33 PM
    So, what about it??
    • Re: INDIAN NIGHT: MONDAY 1/23/06

      Tue, January 10, 2006 - 10:43 PM
      I'm bringing Alu gobi.

      Yeah. It sounds *ok* now.... just you wait.

      Also, I have a friend who wants to bring a chicken dish. That's ok, right?
      • I just joined Tribe. I recently accepted the role of food coordinator for the Indian Dinner. Anyone who wishes to cook an Indian dish please let me know at neilanessa@msn.com. If you don't know what to make, or the whole Indian food thing is a complete mystery, let me know and I will track down recipes and send you a link or text. Include your comfort level wrt this lovely cuisine. Alot of dishes require a food processor. Some are mega-complex, others are as simple as mixing yoghurt with veggies and spices. Alu Gobi sounds delicious. Potatoes and Cauliflower YUMMY!!! FYI, I searched google for AG and found a site with Indian cuisine recipes: great-swad.tripod.com/indianc...d40.html
        That should be a good source for all who are searching, I also searched for Madhur Jaffrey (Awesome Indian cookbook writer):
        tinyurl.com/7dvam
        Yes Clam, have your friend bring a Chicken dish of choice (the more food the better, the more variety the better -You know we aren't all a bunch of Garlic Sweating Vegans around this little community). Probably should make at least double or triple recipe, I think this Indian feast will be well attended!!! How many folks are on board for doing the cooking thing?
        I believe I shall craft a Pork Vindaloo -SPICY hot and sour Pork!!
        Peace Out, Trance Plant
  • Re: INDIAN NIGHT: MONDAY 1/23/06

    Wed, January 18, 2006 - 12:25 PM
    Oh, and did I mention it's my BIRTHDAY on Monday?

    I'm turning an ancient 38 and will be bringing a few sari's so I can teach people how to wrap them properly...
    • Re: INDIAN NIGHT: MONDAY 1/23/06

      Thu, January 19, 2006 - 5:08 PM
      Oh Heather my dear, please don't say that (ancient 38).
      You will make myself and several of our Tribe feel
      OLD!! I have a twin sister in LA and we have agreed
      our age to be 32 and a few. On the other hand
      I can keep up with most 24 yr olds (in almost everything)
      even though I am almost twice their age!!!
      BTW, absolutely love the new pic (you FOXY oldster)!
      Trance Plant
  • Re: INDIAN NIGHT: MONDAY 1/23/06

    Thu, January 19, 2006 - 6:37 PM
    Hi,
    Looking through this thread we have the following:
    Kayobi (Ali Gobi)
    Matt (Chicken Curry)
    Chloe and Schizandra (Samosas)
    Trance Plant (some sort of spicy something - gotta check my $-).
    Craig Ackerman (Raita of sorts)
    WE NEED:
    Nahn, some vegetarian dishes, other meat dishes, another Raita,
    Chutney's. Popadom's etc

    Here are some more recipe sites (see my previous posting for 2 others):
    ndrai.tblog.com/
    theory.tifr.res.in/bombay/h.../cuisine/
    www.sanjeevkapoor.com/FreeSec...ault.asp
    There are ton's of Recipes around!!!
    Trance Plant
    • Re: INDIAN NIGHT: MONDAY 1/23/06

      Thu, January 19, 2006 - 11:25 PM
      I'm going to try try try and come this monday and, if I can, will bring lovely vegetarian dish (either something with green beans or something with spinach... perhaps palak paneer if I can find any paneer anywhere...). But I ALWAYS work on Monday nights (night shift nurse), and I go to school on Tuesday, so the timing is tricky for me. But I really really REALLY wanna come!! Must.... pace... myself.... must.... do.... homework... early.......... What time does it start again, if I may ask?

      Karen
      (aka saakimba)
      • INDIAN NIGHT:MONDAY 1/23/06 Current Menu update

        Fri, January 20, 2006 - 4:38 PM
        Re: INDIAN NIGHT:MONDAY 1/23/06 Current Menu update So far we have the following people who have agreed to bring (as of Fri Jan 20).:
        Kayobi (Ali Gobi)
        Matt (Chicken Curry)
        Chloe and Schizandra (Samosas)
        Trance Plant (some sort of spicy something - gotta check my $/Time -New job starting Monday-).
        Craig Ackerman (Raita of sorts)
        Giggles (Eggplant & rice kind-of vegie dish.)
        Jezebel (Saag Veggies)
        Snuggles and SlickFinger (nahn bread, different flavour ones)
        Karen (tentatively green beans or something with spinach...perhaps palak paneer )
        WE NEED MORE MEAT!!!
        Possibly a Rice dish such as Birani...
      • Re: INDIAN NIGHT: MONDAY 1/23/06

        Fri, January 20, 2006 - 4:42 PM
        Karen,
        Do your homework on Sunday ;-) I'll be doing my cooking on Sunday
        since I have a new job starting on Monday and need to wend my way
        back from Kirkland to CapHill on 3 busses ;-(
        >perhaps palak paneer if I can find any paneer anywhere....
        Paneer is actually fairly simple (I've never made it but here is the jist:):
        Bring a half gallon of milk to a boil, add lemon juice enough to get the
        curds and whey to separate. Strain through a cheesecloth,
        wrap that in a towel and put a brick on it for a couple of hours ;-)
        Trance Plant

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