Indian Christmas Dinner

December 23, 2010 at 4:40 AM Leave a comment

Our Christmas spread, amazing Indian cuisine with some Western stuff thrown in for picky eaters.

I went and volunteered today at the Muslim Welfare Center in town, where they were hosting an early Christmas lunch for the residents, Rotary, and guests. It was a huge buffet of delicious Indian food – a lot of which I had never tried before. I have a cookbook with loads of Indian recipes gathering dust in my cupboard, and I think this has definitely convinced me to try some new things once I get back home after Christmas! It was a lot of fun, although I felt a bit useless since I didn’t know how to cook anything. I feel like I’m a decent cook until I see people actually making real food.

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