It cracks me up to see the things people typed into a search engine that eventually brought them to my blog:
organic marching band drill
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granola bar molding machine
I’m trying to figure out why you would search “organic marching band drill” in the first place, and what that even means, but then again I have probably Googled some pretty strange things in my life before.
I’m also not really sure how some of these searches even brought them to my blog?!?! “guam water rates increasing?”
Ah well, it is fun to check my site stats occasionally and see how people ended up on my blog.
I love Indian food, but I only recently discovered this love.
I was first introduced to Indian food while dating Craig. He was my multi-cultured man, living in the big city of Portland, and eating ethnic foods from all over the world. I was a small-town farm girl who only knew meat, potatoes, and corn.
But thankfully, Craig introduced me to the wonderful flavors of Indian food, and I am hooked!
We don’t often go out for Indian food because it ends up feeling like a ton of bricks sitting in our stomachs, but making it at home is a different story.
Tonight’s meal: Channa Masala
There is a little bit of chopping and dicing, but honestly this recipe comes together quite quickly.
I pulled out this naan dough from the freezer, let it thaw, then baked it on the pizza stone while the curry was cooking on the stove. (Here is the recipe I use for making homemade naan.)This was actually the second time I’ve made this recipe (first time pre-blog), and if I make a recipe twice, that is saying something!!
Both Craig and I loved this dish—a very strong Indian and authentic flavor!
Do you like Indian food? What is your favorite dish/curry?