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Hmm...Rice...(Just making a point here.)

Posted by
Sunder (Chennai, India) on 4 April 2011 in Food & Cuisine and Portfolio.

While the week away was very relaxing and good...batteries recharged and all that...the taste buds and gastric juices rebelled in their own way - yearning for South Indian Rice...

Food is COMPLETELY different in North India and while it was lovely, different and tasty for the first few days..the novelty soon wore off...
and the "South Indian " restaurants werent South-Indian-enough for my taste buds.

Now, this is a hurriedly cooked - tomato fried rice within 10 minutes of getting home.


I would like to emphasise here that the North Indian cuisine is very good...
The point I am making is that it is incredible how we are programmed to our own staple food - so much so - that only a week without - makes one yearn for them.

I am sure it is the same - all over the globe.

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

It's exactly the same! My yearning is for tea and toast. I can get tea and toast anywhere, but it's never the same as the way that I make it in my own kitchen!

4 Apr 2011 6:28am

Tede from Aubenas 07, France

It is quite true for me too, I love our kitchen too and I miss it now :) Bon appetite !!!!!! Good day.

4 Apr 2011 8:34am

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Travelling is exciting and fun; but be it ever so humble, there is no place like home! Glad to have you back Sunder! ;-)

4 Apr 2011 11:54am

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

We Japanese eat rice every day and love it very much. Rice ! It's the most important in the world !

4 Apr 2011 12:44pm

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Tasty shot! I know what you mean - but I'm beginning to like your rice dish very much!

4 Apr 2011 2:57pm

k@ from Paris, France

Ha, i love your words, you are so right, and this seems so yummy i'd sure join... and then be back to my fish & zucchini maybe ? ;)) Neat post.

4 Apr 2011 4:26pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Well, I spent a year in Japan and really enjoyed the food there. In fact, I prefer it over the food we eat here in the USA.

5 Apr 2011 2:11am