nammane oota thindi

brahmaNa: bhOjana (bahu jana?) priyaha

nammane oota thindi

"nammane oota thindi" translates to food prepared/consumed at home; a.k.a home food. Often in Bangalore (karnataka) we greet with people with the first sentence as "oota aaytha?" "thindi aaytha?" "adige aaytha?"; meaning, "have you had your lunch (dinner)/ breakfast" or "what have you cooked today?" etc.

Inspired with eating several food varieties these days,  I wanted to have another blog specifically for food and recipes outside of my general blog. Hoping to add bunch of recipes here, either learned from others, learned by experiments, learned from parents and friends, etc. We will make sure to give credit where it is due when mentioned about recipes that we learned from others, mention the links if the recipe referenced from another website/blog.

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December 1, 2008 - Posted by | General

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