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Monday, April 21, 2014

Woes of a Foodie!



And that, ladies and gentlemen is why I'm never successful in my attempts to lose weight.

Because mom knows when I'm full and when I'm really full and when I can still manage to eat Poori and Kesari. :-)

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  1. Ahh. Poori and Kesari. Mouth watering. With such a good mom, you will never lose weight.

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    1. I know! I'm not too sure if I should be happy or sad about it :-)

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  2. ha ha ha ha .. SAME HEREEEEee.. i am growing fatter and fatter .. cant give up foood .. everything is so tasty :)

    Heloo, How are you doing :) I hope you remember me ..


    Bikram

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    1. Bikram! How have you been? Long time :-)

      Yes, I can give up everything, except Food :-D Cheers! :-)

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    2. yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy to that.. I am ok, yeah been a long time..

      do visit me tooooooo :)

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  3. A mother's love never let us lose weight. Sigh :-)

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  4. Haha...short and sweet! I am a hostler for four straight years now and I do visit fitness centers every now and then to keep my body in good shape. But when i go home in sem leave, i just cannot resist the extra chunk of fat building around at wrong places. The moment i smell of home made aaloo paratha, it becomes impossible to resist eating just a handful of them. :)
    Saying all this, I can never get tired of eating my mom's cooking. She is the best!

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    1. The aroma does the trick and ensures that we empty more than what we are capable of eating! Tell me about it :-)

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  5. Kesari? It's been a long time since I ate that. Will remember when I visit a hotel, again. Until before a few years, we used to like and demand 'gasal halwa', made at home.

    Destination Infinity

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    1. I love the way my mom makes Kesari, among other things :-) And hence the difficulty in resisting the temptation!

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  6. Indian mothers and their love manifests mainly in food:)

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    1. Their way of expressing affection :-)

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  7. hehehe I can completely empathize. Oh, so many temptations.

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  8. Ashwini, it is so difficult to fight 'The Battle of the Bulge':)

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    1. Trust me. It is very very difficult :-)

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  9. Ah mothers, they never let us lose weight!

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    1. I'm beginning to guess that a mom would feel bad if her child looses weight!

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  10. The eternal dilemma! hehehehehe...this happens to me mostly when I am trying to diet.

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    1. This is the True Story of My Life :-)

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  11. Hahaahah......same problem everywhere...:P three girls sit in a row at work....and always our woes are about food...there are interesting brownies and cakes all the time and it is so hard to control...:)

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    1. How to eat without gaining weight, would be a useful trick for all of us :-)

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  12. Ha!Ha! Moms are the best :-D

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  13. "Because mom knows when I'm full and when I'm really full and when I can still manage to eat Poori and Kesari"
    lol.. so true.. Moms are best that way.. :P

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  14. Why say no to offer of Mummy?
    Not everyone gets food that's Yummy!

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  15. Food is always very tempting. For me it is enough to just think of my mom, and the way she used to make Kesari whenever she did Satya Narayan Puja, which was I think once every 15 days, is enough for me to make Kesari.
    It is a pity my mom passed away years ago.
    The north Indian Puri with Halwa/ Sheera is the best combination and they would also give a dry channa dish along with it. It used taste superb.

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    1. Rama, this was during the Satya Narayana Pooja. Same here :-)

      Sorry about your mom! But we are lucky to have tasted such delicious food prepared by our moms :-)

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  16. I understand you predicament very well. :)

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  17. I can relate to this very well....Also the pictures are wonderful. Are these done by you ? Excellent..

    Jayanta

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    1. Thank you Jayant. I created these comic strips using Pixton. Thanks :-)

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  18. Haha, same here. We can fool the whole world, even our own selves but not our mom. :)

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    1. I know. She knows when I can still stuff some more :-)

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    1. There you go, we have one more thing in common :-)

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  20. I was very encouraged to find this site. I wanted to thank you for this special read.
    I definitely savored every little bit of it and I have bookmarked you to check out new stuff you post.

    Food Delivery in Train at Jhansi Station

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  21. There's always space for something you love

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