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Indian Samosa A Long Journey
It is bit heavy to digest if eaten in large numbers one or two is the usual consumption level since it is deep fried. Yes people to consider it as short meal. Now at homes they bake them sometimes. It is basically a tea accompaniment but people ...
pateluday, 1 day ago
Indian Samosa A Long Journey
I thought it might be a dessert, but once I read on and realized it can be filled with potatos and peas it seem versitile enough to be a main dish in a meal.
blackspanielgallery, 1 day ago
Indian Samosa A Long Journey
Ghee is considered superior to vegetable oil hence popular shops use it in spite of it being bit harder to digest. The fillings are completely sealed by the dough in all variants. Filling are never visible in a perfectly shaped samosa.
pateluday, 2 days ago
Indian Samosa A Long Journey
pateluday, Thank you for all the practical information, pretty pictures and product lines. In particular, I appreciate the recipe, which I'll try this weekend. There's an Indian food store in the area so I can get clarified butter. Would you be ...
DerdriuMarriner, 2 days ago
Coins with Religious Themes
I suppose the confussion about euro commemorative coins comes from the fact Andorra uses its obsolete currency. Other countries use the euro for commemorative coins. But, Andorra did not join the European Union. It is a city-state between ...
blackspanielgallery, 6 days ago
Coins with Religious Themes
First, in the United States we have two sets of commemorative coins, the modern ones and those that ended in the 1950s, many being struck much earlier. There are euro commemoratives, such as the Eurostar program. Austria mints many, and so does ...
blackspanielgallery, 6 days ago
Coins with Religious Themes
blackspanielgallery, Thank you for practical information, pretty pictures and product lines. In particular, it fascinates me the different shapes that commemoratives assume. It also fascinates me how far back they go. Is there any such claim by ...
DerdriuMarriner, 6 days ago
Should You Celebrate Father’s Day?
A very good idea for an article. I think we should celebrate everything possible including Father's Day. It is easy for the hard work that men put into child support and child-rearing to be overlooked by a woman's contribution. In the UK ...
Veronica, 7 days ago
Should You Celebrate Father’s Day?
WriterArtist, Thank you for all the practical information, pretty pictures and product lines. In particular, I like the gift basket because it can be a grouping of anything that he likes: not just favorite eats with favorite drinks but also, for ...
DerdriuMarriner, 13 days ago
Who Goes to Heaven
The British usage is the same as the American.
frankbeswick, 13 days ago
Who Goes to Heaven
Some words have different connotations in the U. S. than in England. Here, a vice is something harmful that one has a penchant to repeat, that harm might be physical as smoking or moral.
blackspanielgallery, 15 days ago
Should You Celebrate Father’s Day?
Celebrations of such days need not be lavish, a simple meal as a family in a modest restaurant does well.
blackspanielgallery, 15 days ago
Who Goes to Heaven
I think that vice was used thus after the sexual revolution of the1960s.
frankbeswick, 15 days ago
Faux Windows: Art with an Added Purpose
I first found these in AllPosters. They are not as universally known as they should be.
blackspanielgallery, 16 days ago
Who Goes to Heaven
Great article Frank, as ever. i certainly hope for the happy ever after. I am interested in the discussion about the concept of "vice ". I think the term " vice " was used in the past almost as an accolade.
Veronica, 16 days ago

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