Varsha Pirappu Meals

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  1. nandinimithun

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    Our varsha pirappu meals was as follows
    Rice
    Mango rice
    Mango pacchadi
    Vendakka morkuzhambu
    Capsicum sambhar
    Veppampoo rasam
    Urulai karamadhu
    Carrot cucumber kosamalli
    Paruppu vadai
    Poli
    All this was completed with thair sadham, which is not in the pic....
    As usual all the festive recipes were no onion and no garlic recipes.
     
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    Lovely! Happy New Year!
     
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    Complete traditional new year meal. Very nice
     
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    Thank you dear and wish you the same.

    Love
    Nandu
     
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    Thank you dear joy, and wish you the same
    Love nandu
     
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    Looks delicious, even the vepampoo rasam. :grimacing:
    Happy New Year!
     
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    Is there a reason for no onion/garlic tradition ?
    Very nice picture. Such a lot of labour would have gone into that preparation. Shows the happiness in a home. We must have a tradition of honoring the chef/server.
     
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    Amazing spread ! The picture shows all the love and hard work went into it :)
     
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    நன்றி. Sumptuous! In All 11 items. All vicarious yet mouth watering satisfied viewing complete meal that concludes with heavenly curd rice with thadka included asafoetita.
    Regards.
     
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    Thank you for
    Thank you for those kind words. Amma says that both onion ans garlic were avoided on festive days because there was some story which says that it was came from the body of the planets rahu and ketu.
    Plus, it is considered as tamasic food.... Honoring the chef is, when my family enjoys my food... Nothing beats a home cooked food
     
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