Ruminations 2 — The Generosity Of The Less Endowed

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“Would you like to eat Kathal curry (raw jackfruit) tomorrow?” Kirti asked me. Everyday she would come up with a different vegetable to cook and asked if I liked it.

She would then say, “I have left the Kathal curry in choti bhabhi’s (younger daughter in law’s) fridge upstairs. Don’t…

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Top Writer in Food & Cooking. I also write about life experiences, self-improvement, health, gardening, memoirs and anything beneficial for the reader.

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