Bengali Bongkers over the Street Food in Kolkata
brishti
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#61
| disMember

Originally posted by: hfot2 View Post

But is there not an Edit button at the bottom of the article, the way there's an Edit button at the bottom of a post?

that is what i was looking for - bottom right hand, edit [Blush]

... and then ... Voilà !! ;)

Originally posted by: theyyamdancer View Post


- go to "Edit" at the top right hand corner of the Article you wish to correct


:) thank you for that, yyam !!



Originally posted by: Hyderabadi View Post

Apparently, we lent 'Nizam' to y'all and seem to have forgotten all about it.

:laugh: was wondering when someone'd get to that :Martini

... however, wish he'd give us his rolls to royce around in ;)


Originally posted by: hfot2 View Post

TD, why go and spoil it by simplifying?
Entropy rocks!

yea yea yea - dont we know all about that kinda court'in [relax]


submit ;)
:brishti
#62
| It's all Greek to me, but Benglish will do
Entropy rocks


It sounds like the name of a new street food. Let's see what could be the ingredients ?


[Idea for a new thread/quiz -> post a food photo and IndiaMikers have to give it a name and a recipe !]
#63
| disMember
:D bongkers :D

ALL FOR IT !!!! :ThumbsUp


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#64
| ElderS

Originally posted by: theyyamdancer View Post



It sounds like the name of a new street food. Let's see what could be the ingredients ?...


Entropy rocks? Ingredients: pretty much any old thing that happened by in the protoplanetary nebula swirling around the nascent sun, compressed into a hard ball. It's already available. It's called chondrules (pronounced kondrools), and it's the inclusions that makes them call chondritic (pronounced kondritic) meteorites chondritic meteorites. You don't see them often, because it's tough to get the chondrules out. Beware – they're very hard on the teeth. You have just to suck them and let them dissolve. I've been working on one for about forty years now, and there's no discernible change.
Walt Whitman - Song of Myself

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Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes.)
#65
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"I shall not argue against it from the supposed impossibility of infinite succession, barely and absolutely considered in itself; for a reason which shall be mentioned hereafter: but if we consider such an infinite progression, as one entire endless series of beings can have no cause from without, of its existence; because in it are supposed to be included all things that are or ever were in the universe: and ’tis plain it can have no reason within itself, of its existence; because no one being in this infinite succession is supposed to be self-existent or necessary (which is the only ground or reason of existence of any thing, that can be imagined within the thing itself, as with presently more fully appear), but every one dependent on the foregoing: and where no part is necessary; ’tis manifest the whole cannot be necessary; absolute necessity of existence, not being an outward, relative, and accidental determination; but an inward and essential property of the nature of the thing which so exists."


entropy rocks eh ? eventhoughididquoteclarke butwhatheheck ;)

:brishti
#66
| ElderS

Originally posted by: brishti View Post

"I shall not argue against it from the supposed impossibility of infinite succession... but an inward and essential property of the nature of the thing which so exists."


entropy rocks eh ? eventhoughididquoteclarke butwhatheheck ;)

:brishti


I read the whole blessed thing. I know no more now than when I started. And my head hurts.

Your education must have been hell on earth.

sperehealfe
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Do I contradict myself?
Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes.)
#67
| Senior Member
Just a late add on. "Puchka" is called as "Gup Chup" in odisha.
#68
| Omnipresent

Originally posted by: manoj ctc View Post

Just a late add on. "Puchka" is called as "Gup Chup" in odisha.


In Bihar it is called "Gup Chup".
#69
| Account Closed
nice street food dude
#70
| Traveller and Photographer

More Street foods in Kolkata

Kolkata also has the street foods like fish fry, beef steak at Phears Lane, mughlai at Esplanade, chops in College Street Areas and Pav Vaji in vardan Market.
Tuhin Sarkar
#71
| 786

Street Food is healthy....................... .

I am all for street food in India - if its fresh out of the deep fryer.
This is based on 10 trips to India dated back to 1970.
I have gotten sick in India but its always been in from higher end restaurants where there is not a lot of traffic. I have talked to other and I have found agreement on this. So look for a high traffic fast food type restaurant or fresh out of the deep fryer it will be a more healthy experience. When I go to India now I adhere to this and I have not been sick for 2 decades.
Others may not have the same experience???
#72
| Maha Guru Member
See my post in thread Whats for Lunch, page 816, # 12230

I love street food. :rolleyes: :D

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