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Just awsome recipie and simple method. Thanks,Taru...

2008-11-20T06:25:00.000-08:00

Just awsome recipie and simple method.

Thanks,
Tarun



Hey Shim... I had tried it once but i was not as t...

2007-08-14T11:57:00.000-07:00

Hey Shim... I had tried it once but i was not as tasty as u sed to get...Will try this receipe again and hope it come well ....



Kavitha, I am glad you tried and liked my recipe. ...

2007-08-14T08:03:00.000-07:00

Kavitha,

I am glad you tried and liked my recipe. Thankyou! I use a normal Point-n-Shoot camera.

Taste of Mysore (TOM),

I am gonna call u as TOM, hope you don't mind :) Its nice to hear someone sharing the same sentiment. Thanks



that rhyme brought back those childhood days memor...

2007-08-13T21:41:00.000-07:00

that rhyme brought back those childhood days memories.....well my boy misses all that we did when we were kids. I love gojjavalakki. Nice post!



Gojju avalakki was an instant hit with my husband,...

2007-08-13T15:50:00.000-07:00

Gojju avalakki was an instant hit with my husband, he loved it, i used to cook it with haldi, but this tasted far better, thanks grihini. not only you have good cooking skills but the pictures are amazing, maybe its an SLR camera. keep up the good work, waiting for the next posting:-)



Thankyou Roopa. Asha, I too remember that LONDONNN...

2007-08-11T12:05:00.000-07:00

Thankyou Roopa.

Asha, I too remember that LONDONNN thing. Saviyada HaLe kaalada nenapugalu ...
Hurigalu.. yeah yeah. I hav a list of roadside stuff to eat when i visit India next time..and will add hurigalu too to my list :)



LOL!! I remember that little ditty too and L-O-N-D...

2007-08-09T06:26:00.000-07:00

LOL!! I remember that little ditty too and L-O-N-D-O-N London we used to play! OH! you made me nostalgic!
Gojjavalakki looks so tasty.Thanks for posting.I have been away from India since 1989 and when I see Kannadiga recipes,I immediately remember it like Hurigalu!!:))



one of my favorite! looks delicious!

2007-08-09T02:06:00.000-07:00

one of my favorite! looks delicious!