Much appreciated General Shanks
. I feel the same way, and I hope one day I can share the same experience in the future....that is, if I rack up enough green to hit the airplanes and start traveling around the world...and eat
Indian Food is delicious but I think it's really rich for me, so I have it rarely...maybe once every 3 months. I had Malaysian/Indian (sort of) yesterday for dinner (as in my previous post), but I don't think it's as heavily concentrated as straight Indian tucker. Still....can't go past a curry of any sort. But I would like to explore further on Indian sometime in the future for sure.
@Lopez : Pretty much the same as me. I'm not as good as those freaks that are on international TV, but I also do love to follow recipes and also do some experimentation and improvisation of my own - that's if I have time (which I currently do not right now). With experimentation, for one example, I can be intrigued for hours on end trying to create really good tasting sauces for dressings or for marinades.
And you're spot on. Making stuff yourself means you have more control on your own levels of intake...which is one of the things I love most about it. You are in control