Sunday, March 21, 2010

Hey I' ve started cooking !!!!!

OK OK enough enough!!!! Stop that funny look!!
I've started cook for good (Well!! Whose good? I seriously dont know) By around 2 weeks I've learnt cooking quite some items. I am just bloging so that I dont have to make ISD every time am stuck up in the kitchen :P. OK here goes my first item:


The following ingredients are required for the preparation:

fistfull of Ulutham parupu (kaipidi alau)
2 kanja milagai (2 dry chilly)
1 kattu pudhina ( 1 pck of Mint leaves)
2 teaspoons of tamarind paste
Coconut, as per the taste required/optional ( I used less than a half coconut)
Salt as per taste
asafoetida (perungayam)

  • Heat the tawa with a litte oil
  • Add the Ulutham parupu and the dried chillies
  • Fry it until the dhal truns golden brown. Turn off the stove
  • Add a pinch of asafoetida for the taste. mix well.
  • Empty the contents into a dry bowl
  • Now add the washed pudhina leaves (without water) into the tawa. No need to light the stove.
  • Let the leaves cook in the mild heat
  • Meanwhile, powder the fried dal and chillies in the mixie.
  • Now add 1 teaspoon of the tamarind paste, 1/4 spoon of salt, a little water so that they mix well and grind
  • Add the grated coconut and cooked pudhina in this mixture and little water for the consistency and rind well.
  • Taste it and add salt and tamarind paste as required.
  • The coconut in this recipie is optional. This same procedure can be userd for curry leaves thogayal but without coconut.
OK !! Now u dont have to thank me for this enlightenment :P !!!

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Uffff with these teenagers

One day I get a forwarded friendship msg from an unknown number. I ignored it (idhu ellam oru alagana ponnu vazhkaile sagajam'le ;)). Next day another one. And then on, a forwarded msg every now n then. U know how irritating it is wen ur mobile keeps vibrating every 10 mins wen in a meeting. I replied asking the identity of the person, assuming I missed one of my colleagues/friends. Then comes the response, "Whoz dis?"

I was like, Wat the hell?? The person sends me an sms and does not know who I am??? I responded back saying I got an sms from his number and he promptly denied it. I called him up, warned him not to msg me and cut the conversation. He comes back again asking "U yendha college??". No response from my side. This happened some 2 months back.

And then till yesterday no sms. Tholla mudijadhunu nenacha iniki oru sms....romba sentia oru msg, idhule kadaisile "my dear" vere

Indha vaati romba gandu ayiten, again asked him who he was...then the same drama repeatu...This time I forwarded his msg and asked him who sent this...he was like "ya ..but I though this was my friend's no" (yara namba solre) And again "Nice to chat wit u, U yendha college??". He received a reply "Am no college goer, am a 50 yr old with 0 patience. Dont disturb me again." Bayandhu viduvananu partha "Ok , I like u grand mother"nu oru reply....I was speechless...........

Seri chapter close'nu partha thirumba 1 hr le inoru friendship sms.....I dont understand how they can send sms to ppl they dont eve n kno.....kiruku pasange..I think all they need to know is whether its a girl's no. or a boy's no.................uffff with these teenagers

Monday, March 8, 2010

Turning Point!!!

A break from blogging that's been
Somethingz been keeping me away
Is it work?
Is it laziness?
Is it a new hobby?
Or is it this guy????
Ya its him...........

God knew the right timing!
He planned it well.........
When we were fully unplanned!
Met through a common well wisher(Actually my Chithy)

First day - saw orkut profiles
Second day - an ISD call
Third day - a Skype call
Fourth day - Engagement date fixed!
Tenth day - Engagement!!! Remote Engagement!!!!!!!
A dream thatz now true!!!!!!!

A roller coaster ride it was......
Hurt my hands pinching to reality
And now hours on skype and mobile
Dumped blogger for a while
And here goes my 50th blog!!!!!!
The one that I'd love to treasure!!!!