[Sca-cooks] Hindu Recipe?

David Friedman ddfr at daviddfriedman.com
Fri Nov 17 21:42:49 PST 2006


>This begs for samosas - and, they're period, too!
>On 15/11/06 23:49, "CLdyroz at aol.com" <CLdyroz at aol.com> wrote:
>>  Well, it is time to start the Holiday Office Parties.
>>  My office is doing their Thanksgiving get-together next Tuesday.
>>  We have a new guy in the office who is of Indian extraction and Hindu by
>>  faith.
>>  That means that he is a strict vegetarian and of course, there are those in
>>  the office who cannot fathom this way of faith or life, and 
>>::sigh:: give him
>>  a
>>  hard time about it.
>>  He will be bringing the Cranberry Sauce and his own salad to eat.
>>  I would like to prepare something that would be a welcoming to him, and a
>>  little bit of an education to us. A sharing of cultures, you might say.
>>  He is certainly getting an education by being the only male on this
>>  shift-with 14 southern women (poor little guy-this is his first job out of
>>  college)
>>  All of this long history is working up to this; does anyone know 
>>of a dish or
>>  a source, where I can find a fairly easy Hindu/Indian dish, that would also
>>  work for an ethnically mixed office? Possibly a sweet? (that would go better
>>  with this crowd then a curry)
>>  Luncheon will be the usual-Turkey, dressing, greens, mac and cheese, pinto
>>  beans, sweet potatoes (candied, not mashed), cornbread, pecan pie and sweet
>>  potato pie. You can see why he is planning on mixed green salad for
>>  himself....
>>  Thank you!
>>  Helen
>>  Planning on baking a pecan pie and...something special
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