Family time!

Saturday, January 22, 2011
After a series of weddings there came the family night yesterday. A truly zestful dinner at Hungry Duck followed by the amusing tuktuk ride and yummylicious Barista coffee. I was through with the pulao biriani wedding khana and my stomach was happy to feed upon a fresh menu my tastebuds didn’t cognise already. Hungry Duck is nice, they have done a good job with the interior, each corner has a separate theme and the service is lovely. We sat inside the yellow room, it had more privacy and was perfect for the two hungry ducks and their three ducklings. The icing on the cake was bumping into Tasmush there. She too came with her family for dinner. Planned or unplanned coming across childhood best friends chirks you up, they are the people one is usually most comfortable with. Today J came with Mali and Rad to see some dance steps they will be performing for their cousin’s holud. In fact she just left while I am left sweaty. Time to hit the shower, I disapprove stinky me, in fact stinky anyone. 

The satisfied hungry ducks :)

Look at the cute coffee cup!
                                                  
     Wicked Brownie tastes wicked.
The name Hungry Duck struck papa so much that he cooked a duck for tonight's dinner.




9 comments:

  1. The pictures came out super nice! And very enticing! I want the wicked brownie right now!

  1. Sami said...:

    Nice post...often I search for rich blogs... this one is good, Special food photographs... did you take that??

  1. br|sh said...:

    Thank u Sami. Yes I took the photographs :) Do you do blogging as well?

  1. Sami said...:

    kinda.. you can say a bit...blogging is almost special for me... in fact, it took me Paris once...you can have a look to my poor blog-

    http://seedofhappiness.wordpress.com/

  1. br|sh said...:

    really? interesting... I took a peek at your blog and I have to say it seemed anything but poor, and I have plans to take a full look at your Paris story soon!

  1. Sami said...:

    haha.. thank you for admitting the poorness of my writing... it's been so long that i've stopped writing... may be someday...

    but yeah...surely u can add me on Facebook if don't have any strict principle in Friendship-

    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001706525504

  1. Sami said...:

    to me Friendship doesn't cost that much like words... I can see it does for you... but don't think 2ice it's all ryt!!:)

  1. br|sh said...:

    You got me wrong friend, I admitted to the non-poorness of your writing. And there's no strict principle on friendship, it's a principle on privacy. But it shouldn't matter since we are already friends in the blog world :)

  1. Sami said...:

    Haha… now u got me wrong, though I don’t say I love reading but I read your whole blog and tried to understand the unspoken phrases between the spaces of your lines… wanted to belong in the empty spaces between the reader and writer… even each posted responses... I tried to become you for a while… for not because you are a woman… because we stand naked when we write… my apologies for any of my words if mars you… you’ve said you love reading… I guess you didn’t read much of my blog… surely it took me Paris sponsored by French Government… but I said the blog poor, Yes!! Indeed!! The topic and theme was set as I’ve been poisoned in thoughts! Don’t you think? Even your writings are freer than mine… I guess you admit now!!

    And about Facebook, Yes!! In my home, there only a door, kinda old fashioned…I open it for anyone I wish for…but I yes it’s quite good to have a door with a viewfinder and couple of windows… hahaha…Nevermind!!!

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