Thursday, April 16, 2009

Home made food



















Lunch at home:

Aviyal
Pitla
Pappadam
Kitchadi











Dosa getting ready for breakfast

Morning breakfast:
Dosa
Chutney
Sambar
Dosa podi /Molaka podi















My friend a myna birdie stole a share of my papaya :(

















'down to earth' mangoes near friend's house


















The Jackfruit tree in our courtyard

And you can visit my blogger friend Sindhu's wonderful blog for recipe of various South Indian dishes Flowergirl's Recipes

8 comments:

Viji said...

Cute fotos:-). Quite Appetizing:-):-)!
Cheers..Viji

Sandy said...

Great photos! gosh feeling hungry now looking at the Dosa..yummm :)

Sheila said...

Mmm... now I'm in the mood for chicken tika and naan....

Love that photos of the jackfruit. I wonder if I could paint it?

Greener Bangalore said...

Hi Viji, Sandy and Sheila.....you all can make a visit to my place and amma will be happy to prepare and serve it for you all:) and Sheila yes you can try painting it too :)

Strawberry Girl said...

Every day, tempting me to come visit you in India... makin me hungry with that food!!

(Oh, and I greatly appreciate the break... I really needed it). :D

Greener Bangalore said...

Yes Annie you too....you are anytime welcome....:-)

Midlife, menopause, mistakes and random stuff... said...

That Jackfruit looks amazing!! Everything looks wonderful. Can I come to your house for dinner?
Won't you please join us for "Friday Shoot-Outs"? Greener Bangalore? You take such awesome snapshots and we don't have anyone from your area participating yet. Please think about it and hit me up at my blog if you're interested.
Please??????

Steady On
Reggie Girl

Greener Bangalore said...

Hi Midlife! of course yes... you can join for dinner too :)....and i dint understand what do you mean by Friday Shoot-outs :( though i saw a few pics of different hotels and stuff in your blog

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