It’s Fiesta Friday #444, wow!! Who would have thought we’d last this long? And that number, 444, is that an auspicious number? As I was typing it, I thought to myself it looked pretty cool.
It’s not 777, which is the luckiest number in the world, but it’s not 666 either, lol. That number (666) is probably the unluckiest one.
Anyway, I thought it was appropriate to celebrate this milestone. And celebration means Indian food!
Fortunately, there’s finally an Indian restaurant in town. It’s small and strangely it operates inside the kitchen of another restaurant that offers an entirely different cuisine (American/Italian seafood) and the menu is limited, but hey, it’s a start.
There isn’t an extensive diversity in food choices in this township, which is a constant source of grumble on my part, so having an Indian restaurant opening here is definitely a step in the right direction. It’s one of my favorite cuisines but I’m slightly challenged in producing authentic-tasting Indian food.
I’m getting better, though. The Indian feast above features both my own homecooked dishes as well as restaurant takeouts. Can you tell which is which?
Now, let’s look at these inspiring recipes:
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Thank you for featuring my No Bake Mojito Cheesecakes In a Jar this week!
My pleasure, Amy. They sound amazing! Mojito is my favorite thing ever!
Miz Helen says
Hope you have a great week and thanks so much for the awesome party!
Thanks and you’re welcome. XO
Helen at the Lazy Gastronome says
Thanks for hosting a great party!! I appreciate the time you spend for us. Have a wonderful weekend.
You’re welcome, Helen! XO
Estelle Forrest says
Thank you so much for including my Meat Lovers Rice recipe this week!
You’re welcome. My husband and son would absolutely love the rice dish. I can’t wait to make it for them.
Tea With Jennifer says
I can’t tell the difference Angie! Looks great!
I love Indian cuisine too! Yum!
Thanks. I did fool the husband, too. He didn’t think I made the biryani rice, ha! That was my best biryani to date, thanks to a rice cooker ?
Thank you for hosting another GREAT party. I hope you’re having a WONDERFUL weekend. I brought my CHERRY ALMOND BUNDT CAKE, PINEAPPLE SOUR CREAM PUDDING CAKE and HAWAIIAN STIR FRY PINEAPPLE BOATS.
I LOVE anything served in pineapple boats ?