Dinner is cooking

It smells good. Timatar wali macchi and Tahiri. And cabbage. If your Hindi is no better than mine, that’s fish baked in a spicy tomato sauce and rice and peas cooked with onions flavoured with cumin. And cabbage.

I wrote whole lots at the weekend and I have been awake since 3 o’clock this morning, so I will give you and me the evening off.

See you tomorrow. Tomorrow, I will have lunched in Bury St Edmunds.

PS it was all most yummy. Even the Sage liked it, and he is wary when I cook Indian dishes, but I aim for Aromatic rather than Hot, so he enjoys the food really.

9 comments on “Dinner is cooking

  1. Z

    Hello curious American. There are the ruins of St Edmunds Abbey, which was built as a shrine to St Edmund, next to the cathedral. He was a Saxon king who was killed sometime in the 9th century. It was a place of pilgrimage at one time.

  2. Z

    I’m not sure, Ruby, for I am being taken out by a Gentleman Friend. He is disabled and can’t walk far, however, so I suspect it could be the Angel as his tailor is just round the corner and he is going for a fitting.

    Better not have pudding then ;-(


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