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Posted: 30 January 2013 at 3:14pm | IP Logged
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I agree people should be considering the vegetarian part and non vegetarian part, about Debina, I agree, she considered the guest like and dislike to food, but see when she goes to Gizelle's house, Debina's favorite dish is Sushi, but when she went there, thought Gizelle made both vegetarian food and non vegetarian according to each, she knows Debina loves Sushi and she made it for her, but no, she made a fuss regarding it and ate guys' food which is vegetarian... And at end they had no food back to eat... She gave 1 to Gizelle as host, while Gizelle gave her 8,



the epi is not yet telecast i think, atleast I have not watched it, so will not comment on it now.
Everyone knows she does not like gisele so no surprise there.


**edited to remove unsavory remarks.


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Posted: 30 January 2013 at 3:16pm | IP Logged
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Posted: 30 January 2013 at 3:22pm | IP Logged
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I know as host, we should make something everyone eats, but I think some people are vegetarians for spiritual reasons more than personal choice, and in their houses touching meat is considered a sin.Embarrassed I am vegetarian both by personal choice and spiritually also. I think the thing is...non-vegetarian people eat both veg and non-veg, so it's easy for them to eat anything, but vegetarian people are more restricted so more amends must be made for them.
 
I also like how Debina, despite her faults, made food everyone could eat, but then again she's a non-vegetarian girl so it's not difficult for her to make something vegetarian. On the other hand, a vegetarian person would feel upset touching meat and making something with it. I don't know, that's just how I feel.Embarrassed

I come from a bengali shakta background, so it becomes difficult for me to understand the separation between spirituality and non veg habit. LOL To each his own I guess. 
I agree about limited options for vegeterian people. Thats why I don't really make a fuss about food when I am guest anywhere. I enjoy veg nonveg equally.

BTW my grandma is vegeterian for last 40 yrs. and a veggie in bong means she doesnt even touch onion or masoor daal. But when we were kids she had no qualms cooking non veg for us. I guess again its to each his own. But  I generally do not like the idea how nowadays people project having non veg food== ghor paap. LOL

I have seen so many of my Indian friends come and comment fish is veg for you guys and I had to politely reply, if I really want to have "proper veg food", you cannot cook it because you are not allowed to put onion in it.

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Posted: 30 January 2013 at 3:31pm | IP Logged
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Originally posted by JanakiRaghunath


I know as host, we should make something everyone eats, but I think some people are vegetarians for spiritual reasons more than personal choice, and in their houses touching meat is considered a sin.Embarrassed I am vegetarian both by personal choice and spiritually also. I think the thing is...non-vegetarian people eat both veg and non-veg, so it's easy for them to eat anything, but vegetarian people are more restricted so more amends must be made for them.
 
I also like how Debina, despite her faults, made food everyone could eat, but then again she's a non-vegetarian girl so it's not difficult for her to make something vegetarian. On the other hand, a vegetarian person would feel upset touching meat and making something with it. I don't know, that's just how I feel.Embarrassed

I come from a bengali shakta background, so it becomes difficult for me to understand the separation between spirituality and non veg habit. LOL To each his own I guess. 
I agree about limited options for vegeterian people. Thats why I don't really make a fuss about food when I am guest anywhere. I enjoy veg nonveg equally.

BTW my grandma is vegeterian for last 40 yrs. and a veggie in bong means she doesnt even touch onion or masoor daal. But when we were kids she had no qualms cooking non veg for us. I guess again its to each his own. But  I generally do not like the idea how nowadays people project having non veg food== ghor paap. LOL

I have seen so many of my Indian friends come and comment fish is veg for you guys and I had to politely reply, if I really want to have "proper veg food", you cannot cook it because you are not allowed to put onion in it.
 
Lol, I'm from Andhra Pradesh where majority population is vegetarian.LOL  I've just never grown up with meat so I cannot think of making meat in our house, but I also do not think of it as "ghor paap".LOL As long as people respect my wishes I'll respect theirs.
 
 
Yeah I know! I think it's a typical stereotype that for Bengali vegetarians, fish is not considered meat...but I was always a bit dubious about that. Is that true or no?

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Posted: 30 January 2013 at 3:36pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by JanakiRaghunath


Lol, I'm from Andhra Pradesh where majority population is vegetarian.LOL  I've just never grown up with meat so I cannot think of making meat in our house, but I also do not think of it as "ghor paap".LOL As long as people respect my wishes I'll respect theirs.
 
 
Yeah I know! I think it's a typical stereotype that for Bengali vegetarians, fish is not considered meat...but I was always a bit dubious about that. Is that true or no?

Oh yeah, gungura aachar !!!! thats the best I think and pulliogre or is it Kannadiga?

I donno about other veggies, but my family members, those who are veggie will not touch even onion with a barge pole. forget about fish.LOL and when we have veg food, we won't touch masoor daal as well. but its not for all families.

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Posted: 30 January 2013 at 3:39pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by tannipartner

Originally posted by JanakiRaghunath


Lol, I'm from Andhra Pradesh where majority population is vegetarian.LOL  I've just never grown up with meat so I cannot think of making meat in our house, but I also do not think of it as "ghor paap".LOL As long as people respect my wishes I'll respect theirs.
 
 
Yeah I know! I think it's a typical stereotype that for Bengali vegetarians, fish is not considered meat...but I was always a bit dubious about that. Is that true or no?

Oh yeah, gungura aachar !!!! thats the best I think and pulliogre or is it Kannadiga?

I donno about other veggies, but my family members, those who are veggie will not touch even onion with a barge pole. forget about fish.LOL and when we have veg food, we won't touch masoor daal as well. but its not for all families.
 
Gongura pickle is definitely Andhra.LOL And Pulihora is eaten by many South Indians, including Andhra people, Tamil people, and Kannadigas.
 
I know a lot of people who don't eat onion when they're Veggie, but is there any reason masoor daal is not allowed? How is it different from other daal?

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Posted: 30 January 2013 at 5:12pm | IP Logged
Welcome drink: hot chocolate ( it's winter so hot chocolate is the best)
Starter: veg and non.veg kababs
Main course: 
Veg:- veg fried rice,palak paneer and paratha
Non-veg:- mutton tikka,chicken lollipop and chicken fried rice!!
Sweet:-ras malai

End:-coffee/tea


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Welcome Drink: Jal Jeera
 
Entree/Starter: Chicken Pakoda,  Paneer Tikka (Veg), Chaat Papdi
 
Main Course: Chicken Biryani, Beef Stroganoff, Potato Bake and Sushi rolls (Veg and Non Veg)...i know it sounds crazy..but then guests can choose what they want to eat [western or indian food]
 
Desert: Chocolate Fudge/ Gulab Jamun Smile

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