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  1. I usually have salads in the morning after my workout. This really makes me feel fresh and at the same time it's healthy as well. You can also try various soups in the morning to rejuvenate your mornings
  2. Even I have 5 candles like this. I have used them across my living room. One of those I've used just behind a Buddha statue at the corner of my living room. It's one of my favorite places to sit and meditate near it. Also, the flames of the candles are random. As in they aren't much mechanical and flicker at a random rate. This gives a realistic feeling to them. I highly recommend buying one of these. There are a lot of ways in which you can use it across your house.
  3. Good explanation! It's quite true. There are a whole lot of things to figure out before you start your restaurant business. You must do the market research and ensure that the business is feasible and expected sales are tangible. Once you've started the restaurant, new issues come into play just like @gfweb said. If all goes well, it's pure joy to have a restaurant of your own which is being liked by the customers and everyone. But the factors which you need to have a check on, are innumerable.
  4. This is a great book. I was recommended this book by a friend of mine who is a Wine Sommelier. This book has an extensive collection of different wines and their origins. If you're interested to know Wines in depth this book is your answer. You would be shocked to know some of the weirdest Wine types made from sources which you couldn't have imagined.
  5. 1)The first time I tried any Indian Food was back in 2012 when I and a couple of friends had gone backpacking in the foothills of Himalayas. 2)We had our base camp at Rishikesh and it was in one of the local dhabas that we first tasted any Indian food. 3) The dish was called "thali"(cuisine meaning in Hindi). It had a variety of dishes, including Rice, dal, Indian bread (naan) and a variety of vegetables. Of that, I just loved the "Palak Paneer". It is a lip-smacking vegetable dish made up of Paneer (Indian Cottage Cheese) and a gravy that mostly includes Spinach 4)Palak Paneer is by far my most favourite Indian Dish. 5) After our trip ended, I did try that dish again in a couple of Indian restaurants in my city. 6) Being a food enthusiast, I even tried cooking the dish at home. I downloaded the recipe from the internet. However, I could not get all the Indian spices that were mentioned in the book. 7) Yes, I have introduced the dish to my other non-Indian friends and they have absolutely loved it. I am even experimenting with cooking other Indian dishes as well. So far I have tried my hand at cooking Malai Kofta, Chicken Tandoori, and Hyderabadi Biryani. So far the verdict of my friends who have tasted these dishes has been good. This encouragement has nudged me to try my hands at cooking other Indian delicacies as well.
  6. Any recommendation for India recipe cookbook ?
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