Courtyard By Marriott Pune Hinjewadi
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One of the things I've always liked doing is learning recipes from other people, and sharing ones of my own. Staying with Riya and Jijoy was a great opportunity, in part because Riya is such a skilled and enthusiastic cook.
I decided to show them something involving a roux, so that, if she wished, she could recreate other "English style" dishes ...
... and video of my friends and I rehearsing for our Bollywood Dance at Ami's wedding. These were received with interest, and the last, amusement.
I then packed up my stuff, to get ready to go. Jijoy, Karma and I got on the bike, and went up to a Hindu temple on Parvati Hill. We climbed the steps, gazed out to the horizon, and took our shoes off at the appropriate times.
Earlier I had been describing how the young people at Ajanta and Ellora were interested ...
Riya was taught this recipe by her friend. I've since looked into how other people recommend making it (see link below) however below is how I was taught to make it. It was a very tasty Indian dish I'd never tried before, so I'd recommend giving it a try if you can find the ingredients!
Sabudana (aka tapioca pearls) should be left to soak ...
... down to watch the television, as the football was on.
Football? India? Those were my thoughts precisely. However this is the first year of the Indian Super League - a tournament looking to emulate the success of cricket's IPL. There has been a huge push to promote football in the country, so much so that retiring stars have been drawn to States around the country to compete in the first ever championship.
We were watching the Kerala Blasters ...
... completely changed and I wan't quite sure whether I liked the new 'look'. The differentiating factor has disappeared as it looks a lot like any other cafe in the city. It also seemed as though the number of international tourists visiting the cafe has dropped off. It's a pity that the cafe has lost its charm for which it was so ...