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Jihva For Mango

No other fruit is as delicious and magnificent as mango. Now is the mango season in India and I thought mango would be the right ingredient to start the JFI. I was little bit nervous and was not sure how the response is going to be, since this is the first time I am hosting an event in my blog. The responses I received showed how dear this fruit is to all of us. Mango is not just a delicious fruit; most of us also have very fond memories related with it. That might be the mango tree in the back yard, or might be one of those summer vacations at grand parents’ house where we enjoyed the fruits, or might be the avakaaya preparation that we did with mother… so many precious mango memories!

I would like to thank all the participants, fellow bloggers and readers for your exhilarating enthusiasm, participation and interest. I am humbled to receive such a vivid variety of recipes for this event. Each one of these entries is excellent and I enjoyed them all and am sure you’d do too.

Following are the entries that I received for the JFI ~ Mango event.

Recipes with Green, Unripe Mango

Ambe Dal with Green Unripe Mango
Ambe Dal
By Nupur of One Hot Stove
Grated Mango, Chana Dal, Coconut, Cilantro and Tadka
Mango-Spinach Dal
Mango-Spinach Dal
By Mythili of Vindu
Mango, Spinach, Toor dal, Chilli Powder and Tadka

Mango Pickle
Mamidikaaya Chutney
By Lakshmi of Flavors of Indian Rasoi
Unripe Mango, Ginger, Chilli Powder

Mango Thokku Pickle
Mango Tokku
By Menu Today
Grated Mango, Gingelly Oil, Jaggery
Raw Mango Raita
Raw Mango Raita
By Shilpi of Memoirs From My Kitchen
Unripe Mango, Yogurt and Tadka
Tender Mango Pickle
Vadu Maanga Pickle
By Srikala of Mango Mirattals
Whole Tender Mangoes, Mustard and Red Chillies

Mango dal with Urad Dal
Uddamethi
By Ashwini of Food For Thought
Unripe Mangoes, Black Gram, Fenugreek

Grated Mango Pickle
Mango Thokku (Grated Mango Pickle)
By Karthi Kannan of Kitchenmate
Grated Mango, Gingely Oil, Chilli Powder

Mango Rasam
Mamidikaya Pachi Pulusu
By Love2Cook of Cooking Medley
Unripe Mango, Onion and cilantro
Methamba(Mango-Fenugreek Relish)
Methamba - Sweet & Savoury Mango Relish
By Vaishali of Happy Burp
Mango Cubes, Jaggery, Chilli Powder

Mamidikaya Putnalu Pachadi
Mamidikaya Putnalu Pachadi
By Santhi of Me and My Kitchen
Mango, Dalia, Red Chillies and Jaggery


Mango Chutney
Aamer Chatni (Green Mango Chutney)
By Sury of Lima Beans and Delhi Chaat
Mango, Sugar, Ginger and Panch Phoron
Mango Pickle
Vendhaya Manga
By Menu Today
Unripe Mango Pieces, Red Chilli Powder, Hing
Unripe Mango Pieces in Jaggery Syrup
Green Mango in Jaggery Syrup
By Anthony of Anthony’s Kitchen
Green Mango Pieces, Jaggery
Mango Methi Pickle
Raw Mango - Methi Chutney
By Padma of Vantalu
Unripe Mango, Methi seeds, red chilli powder
Avakaya (Mango Pickle - Andhra Style)
Mango Pickle (Aavakaaya)
By Tanuja of Kodalis Kitchen
Unripe Mango, Fenugreek, Mustard and Red chilli powder

Mango Curry
Mango Curry
By Bilbo of Smorgasbord
Unripe Mango, Green Chillies and Tadka


Cut Mango Pickle
Cut Mango Pickle
By Smitha of Andhra Food Network
Unripe Mango, Tamarind and Tadka

Recipes with Ripe Mango


Mango Sago
Mango Sago
By Rokh of Tham Jiak
Mango, Sago Pearls and Milk

Mango Tart
Mango, Coconut and Ricotta Tartlets
By Haalo of Cook (Almost) Anything Atleast Once
Mango cubes and Puff Pastry


Mango Gazpacho
Mango Gazpacho
By Mika of The Green Jackfruit
Mango, Orange Juice, Evoo and Peppers


Mango-Pineapple Salsa
Mango-Pineapple Salsa
by Barbara of Tigers and Strawberries
Mango, Pineapple, Shallot and Bell Pepper


Mango Cake
Mango Cake
By Revathi of En Ulagam
Mango, All Purpose Flour, Egg Whites and Raisins


Mini Mango Cheesecake
Mini Mango Cheesecake
By Saffron of Saffron Hut
Mango, Cheesecake Mix, Walnuts and Milk


Maampazha Pulisseri
Maampazha Pulisseri
By RP of My Workshop
Mango, Yogurt, Coconut and Tadka
Mango-Ginger Chutney
Mango-Ginger Chutney
Rosie -What’s The Recipe Today Jim?
Mango, Onion, Ginger and Garlic

Mango Mousse or Mousse Di Mango
Simple Mango Mousse
By Ilva of Lucullian Delights
Mango, Fresh Cream and Gelatin
Jonny Cake with Mango-Rhubarb Sauce
Johnny Cake with Mango-Rhubarb Sauce
By Linda of Out Of The Garden
Mango, Rhubarb Stalks and Cornmeal


Mango Chaat
Mango Chaat
By Gini of Salt and Pepper
Mango, Grapes, Peanuts and Chaat Masala


Sticky Rice without Mangoes
Mamuang Kao
By Susan of Porcini Chronicles
Mango, Thai rice, Coconut milk, Sugar



Mambazha Kutan with Soy
By Vidya of Today’s Menu
Mango, Coconut, Soy, Buttermilk and Spices
Mango, Corn, Jicama Salad
Mango, Corn, Jicama Salad
By Gabriella of Reluctant Housewife
Mango, Corn, Jicama and Vinaigrette

Mango Pancakes
Mango Pancakes
By Nandita of Saffron Trail
Fresh Grated Mango, All purpose flour, ginger, all spice and buttermilk
Mango-Millet Cupcakes
Mango Cupcakes
By Marie-Laure of Ô Délices
Mango, Millet, Milk and Coconut


Mango Tofu Curry
Mango Tofu Curry
By Mandira of Ahaar
Ripe Mango, Tofu and Veggies

Recipes with Mango Puree/Pulp


Rice Pudding with Mango
Rice Pudding with Mango
By Santhi of Me and My Kitchen
Mango, Basmati Rice, Milk and Cardamom

Mango Creme Brulee
Mango Creme Brulee
By Yum of Record of What I’m Eating
Mango, Heavy Cream, Egg Yolks and Chilli Powder

Mango Mousse
Mango Mousse
By Archana of Spicyana
Mangoes, condensed milk, Eggs and Whipped Cream
Spiral Mango Pastries
Spiral Mango Pastries
By Gattina of Gattina
Mango Puree, Macadamia Nut and Ricotta Cheese

Mango & Glutinious Rice Kuih<br />
Mango & Glutinious Rice Kuih
By Puspha of Pusiva’s Culinary Studio
Mango, Glutinious Rice, Coconut Milk

Mango Payasam
Mango Payasam
By Ramya of Cooking Within My Grasp
Mango, Milk, Sugar

Mango Lassi
Aam Ki Lassi (Mango Lassi)
By Priya of Sugar and Spice
Mango, Yogurt, Sugar and Orange Juice


Mango Creme Brulee
Mango Crème Brulee
By RP of My Workshop
Mango Puree, Egg Yolks, Heavy Cream

Mango Pie
Mango Pie
By Vee of Past, Present and Me
Mangoes, Creamcheese, Gelatin

Mango - Cracked  Wheat Cake
Mango - Cracked Wheat Cake
By Arjuna of Krishna&Arjuna’s World
Mango Pulp, Cracked Wheat, Butter
Mango Pudding with Coconut Sago
Mango Pudding with Coconut Sago
By Sam of Sweet Pleasure
Mango Puree, Milk, Heavy Cream, Gelatin, Coconut Milk, Tapioca Pearls
Mango Pudding
Mango Pudding
By Nandita of Saffron Trail
Mango Puree, Evaporated Milk, Sugar and Gelatin
Kesar Mango Cheesecake
Kesar Mango Cheesecake
By Rainee of la_pgal
Mango Pulp, Tofu, Green Tea
Fresh Mango and Cherry Topping
Sweet Mango Bobbatlu
Sweet Mango Bobbatlu
By Vineela of Vineela’s Cuisine
Mango Pulp, Jaggery, All Purpose Flour and Ghee

Mango Payasam
Mango Payasam
By Sailaja of Sailu’s Food
Mango, Milk, Rice and Cardamom


Mango Shrikhand (Aamrakhand)
Mango Shrikhand (Aamras)
By Manasa of Sanjose, CA
Mango Pulp, Yogurt, Sourcream and Sugar

Recipes with Dried Mango


Mango -Almond Oatmeal Cookies
Mango-Almond Oatmeal Cookies
By Baking Fairy
Dried Mango, Oatmeal, Almond

Some of My Recipes with Mango


Mango Pulihora (Mango Rice)
Mango Pulihora (Mango Rice)
By Indira of Mahanandi
Grated Unripe Mango, Rice and Seasoning

Mango Dal
Mango Dal
By Indira of Mahanandi
Unripe Mango, Toordal, Chilli Powder and Tadka

Mango Halwa
Mango Halwa
By Indira of Mahanandi
Mango Cubes, Semolina, Sugar and Cardamom

Fruit Tart with Mangoes
Fruit Tart with Mangoes
By Indira of Mahanandi
Fresh Mangoes, Strawberries, Cherries, Tartshell and Walnuts

Yogurt Rice with Mangoes
Yogurt Rice with Mangoes
By Indira of Mahanandi
Mango cubes, Rice, Milk and Yogurt Culture


Mango Jam
Homemade Mango Jam
by Indira of Mahanandi
Mango, Sugar and Lemon Juice

Mango Memoirs - Short Essays

‘‘Every summer in Madras was filled with the sumptuous, succulent, luscious king of fruits, the intricate and sweet mango,’’ Maitri remembers. ‘‘How I love thee… How many white T-shirts I have stained with your inimitable juice,’’ she asks in mock humour.”
- Mango Fool by Tilotamma of “Apropos of Nothing“.

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‘‘On the courtyard of my mother’s house in a quiet sunny seaside town of Cherthala (Kerala), stood a large, shady mango tree, on which, as kids, we used to have swings for Onam, and other celebrations. Come April- May, that blessed tree is all drooping down with a heavy load of mangoes, with the finest form and color.”
-In a Mango Mood by Archana of Spicyana

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‘‘When I was a kid, we had 4 different kinds of mango trees in our compound. We never had to buy a mango. Baby mangoes, sour mangoes, unripe, ripe, sweet mangoes were all lavishly available during the season. We, the kids, loved to eat baby mangoes with salt. I remember taking baby mangoes in my schoolbag to distribute among my friends.”
- Mango Adventures by RP of My Workshop

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‘‘The story goes like this … Sage Naradha once brought a Mango Fruit as an offering to Lord Shiva and there was a fight between Lord Ganesha and Lord Muruga as to who would get the fruit. Lord Shiva told them they have to go around the world thrice and whoever comes first would get the mango . Lord Muruga at one flew in his peacock around the world. Lord Ganesha cleverly went around his parents thrice indicating that they were his universe. So he won the Mango Fruit.”
- Food of Gods by Priya of Sugar and Spice

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‘‘We will replace our full-fat buffalo milk, that we grew up on, with 2%. We will melt unsalted butter and pretend that it is asli desi ghee. Heck, we will even pretend that tofu is a vegetable. Eventually, we will get used to all of that and stop craving for the original. One thing we will never be able to replace or stop missing is the indian mango.”
- For Jihva by Vee of Past, Present and Me

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‘‘I remember how those mangoes tasted: rich and ripe, filled with honied juice and a heady flavor that was unlike any other fruit in the world. Grandpa would liken them to bananas mixed with peaches and cantelope melons, but I never thought he was right. There was nothing that tasted like them, nothing. They were sweet, like the scent of honeysuckle in high summer, and they were smoother and butterier than a peach. They were so good, I always thought that people who said that the fruit Eve tempted Adam with was an apple were dead wrong. “
- It Had to Have Been a Mango - By Barbara of Tigers and Strawberries.

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Thank you for participating and see you all again on June 1st at Baking Fairy’s “JFI-Strawberries” event.

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So, what are your favorites? If you try any recipes from this JFI-Mango roundup, let me know how you like them. Thanks.

Posted by Indira©Copyrighted in Mango, Mamidikaya (Green Mango), Jihva For Ingredients (Tuesday May 2, 2006 at 8:39 am- permalink)

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48 comments for Jihva For Mango »

  1. Fantastic roundup Indira!! lots of great recipes to try for the mango season. Your first foodie event is a huge success!!

    cheers!

    Comment by Saffron Hut — May 2, 2006 @ 9:01 am

  2. What a fabulous collection you have here, Indira ~~ the roundup is just perfect to brighten a rainy day. Congratulations, and thanks for all your efforts!

    Comment by Linda — May 2, 2006 @ 9:10 am

  3. I did it in little ‘post-it’ note style. I am glad you liked it.
    *Our* event has lots of fabulous entires and the response is tremendous. I guess, we all love mangoes verymuch.:)

    Thanks Linda!

    Comment by Indira — May 2, 2006 @ 9:11 am

  4. Indira:

    What an amazing write-up! I LOVE it. All the other bloggers who are going to be hosting the event after you have quite the challenge :) .

    Comment by Luv2cook — May 2, 2006 @ 9:15 am

  5. Beautifully put together round-up, Indira–thank you!

    And look at all the fun recipes!

    Comment by Barbara — May 2, 2006 @ 9:25 am

  6. Hey great work Indira and good entries. I have 3 ripe mangoes with me so need to try something soon :-) Everything seems so nice I am confused what to make….:-)

    Comment by Kerala Girl — May 2, 2006 @ 9:39 am

  7. What an excellent roundup ! iam amazed to see so many recipe with mangoes. I hardly knew 2 or 3 recipes. Thank u so much and congratulations you have done a wonderful job. i love the way you have presented the pictures with litle description, it looks very neat, Iam sure it needed a lot of work.

    Comment by Priya — May 2, 2006 @ 9:39 am

  8. what a wonderful round-up Indira ur event has been a great success and we got to learn more recipes on mangoes which we never heard before. Thank u so much for joing us in this great event.

    Comment by tanuja — May 2, 2006 @ 9:43 am

  9. As usual, in you typical, very fascinating way of doing things, you did an awesome job Indira !!!! I just finished browsing through all the entries, every single recipe and writeup is unique on its own. I am practically over loaded with so many interesting recipes. i can’t wait to try all of it. What a fantastic way to start an event,Kudos to you

    Comment by Archana — May 2, 2006 @ 10:01 am

  10. Indira,
    Chaala baaga raasaaru. And I did come to know a lot about many recipes with Mango - so a big pat on the shoulder to all the participants too.

    Mythili

    Comment by Mythili — May 2, 2006 @ 10:08 am

  11. Awww…..I can’t believe my eyes. So many new mango recipes!! What a beautiful presentation Indira. You have worked very hard hard dear. You picked the best ingredient to start with. Can’t wait for the next one.

    Comment by RP — May 2, 2006 @ 10:19 am

  12. Wow what a variety ?? Who thought there were so many ways to prepare mangoes….Clean and neat round up - Looking forward to the next JFI. Congratulations again on the grand success of the first JFI
    Chhers

    Comment by Revathi — May 2, 2006 @ 10:31 am

  13. Indira, just came in again to tell you what fun I had with this mango day. Really feels like we are all kids again and playing a game. Thank you so much.

    Comment by RP — May 2, 2006 @ 10:31 am

  14. Thatz a fantastic round-up. Congratulatios for all ur efforts & great work. A round of applause to u.

    Comment by Puspha — May 2, 2006 @ 10:34 am

  15. What an awesome event this has turned out to be! I think it’s going to take me a few days just to explore all those terrific mango delights posted here. You did a great job as a host, Indira; it’s been a pleasure taking part in JFI. Many congratulations :)

    Comment by Sury — May 2, 2006 @ 10:38 am

  16. This is a wonderful collection for the mango season of the year! Nice :)

    Comment by shpriya — May 2, 2006 @ 10:47 am

  17. Wow,
    This is wonderful Indira.. Congratulations on a very successful event…And a fabulous turnout..
    ((Now I can think of what to do with a box of mangoes from the Indian stores…))

    **Anu**

    Comment by AnuShah — May 2, 2006 @ 11:44 am

  18. Thanks Indira for all the job you put into this absolutely inspiring round-up! I’m amazedby the variety of the recipes!

    Comment by Ilva — May 2, 2006 @ 11:44 am

  19. And sorry … Forgot to Thank all the contributors ” A heartfelt Thank you ”

    You guys rock …

    **Anu**

    Comment by AnuShah — May 2, 2006 @ 11:46 am

  20. Wow Indira, what an amazing round up, look at the response you have got… you are an gracious host Indira. Hats off to you and I love this mega game, what an array of Mango displays, mm I love them all…

    Comment by Karthi Kannan — May 2, 2006 @ 12:21 pm

  21. Wow ! What a wonderful presentation !
    I need to go hunting for mangoes. Cannot wait to try some recipes. My hearty congratulations to you Indira for a very successful Jihva !
    Great job by all contrubutors!

    Comment by Sonal — May 2, 2006 @ 12:27 pm

  22. OH WOW…. about 50 recipes using mangoes…
    WOW…what an amazing roundup and what great response to the event..
    GREAT job Indira

    Comment by Santhi — May 2, 2006 @ 12:38 pm

  23. My!My!My! And all these while, I thought If I get a green mango,eat with salt and if I get a ripe one,bit into it right…Look at all these recipes here…Wow!

    Comment by L.G — May 2, 2006 @ 1:12 pm

  24. Awesome presentation of great mango recipes.I am so glad that each and every entry has done great justice to the magnificent mango.

    Lovely!And great job,Indira and thanks for hosting Jihva

    Comment by sailaja — May 2, 2006 @ 1:13 pm

  25. What a wonderful collection of Mango recipes, great work Indira! Being a newbie in the food bloggingworld I couldnt participate, but I really am gonna give them all a try atleast. Thank you for all your efforts.

    Comment by veda — May 2, 2006 @ 1:19 pm

  26. Wah wah…wahwah…
    A biiiig round of applause to the wonderful mango fare…woohoo!

    Comment by Supriya — May 2, 2006 @ 1:28 pm

  27. so many recipes with just mangoes itself. Nice work Indira and thanks for hosting Jihva.

    Comment by Lakshmi — May 2, 2006 @ 2:45 pm

  28. Congratulations on the successfull first JFI event Indira! The round-up has some wonderful recipes…I’m definitely going to try some of them…although I’m at a quarry which one to start with…they all look delicous..thank you all for giving us this amazing array of mango recipes!

    Comment by Nabeela — May 2, 2006 @ 2:50 pm

  29. What a stupendous display of mango recipes. It is a feast for the eyes. Great job Indira for hosting this event. Thank you all for giving us this amazing variety of recipes.

    Comment by Rita — May 2, 2006 @ 3:33 pm

  30. Oh wow! What a great event! I just let my husband know that he should be ready to eat mangoes all spring and summer :-) . He didn’t complain, we both LOVE mangoes.

    Congratulations on hosting the event and making the event a HUGE success, Indira.

    Thanks so much to you and to all the participants!

    Aparna

    Comment by Aparna T — May 2, 2006 @ 3:43 pm

  31. fantastico, brava!

    Comment by comidademama — May 2, 2006 @ 5:41 pm

  32. Beautiful array of recipes! Wonderful presentation! And a lifetime of mango recipes right here!!

    Comment by Manisha — May 2, 2006 @ 6:39 pm

  33. Wow, an impressive collection of recipes here.

    You did a wonderful job, as always, Indira. Kudos.

    So many lovely new recipes to try now. I just bought some haitian mangoes today, now which one to try first?! :)

    Comment by yum — May 2, 2006 @ 7:13 pm

  34. Fantastic, Indira!! What an amazing round-up. It is perfectly arranged…so one can choose a recipe based on raw mango/ ripe mango/ pulp depending on the fickle availability of these. And one can glance at the ingedients and see if they fit the menu. Such a clever way to do it!
    Also, a special thanks for adding a nice photo for me :) my parents also felt bad for me and sent me a photo to add to my post so I feel doubly loved!

    Indira replies:
    Thanks Nupur!
    About the photo, please don’t mention it, I wanted to do it after reading your beautiful recipe.
    But, now I replaced it with the photo that your parents sent for your recipe. I loved it!
    They must be missing you dearly!

    Comment by Nupur — May 2, 2006 @ 7:23 pm

  35. Wooooow! i was planning to cook something this evening. So i came to your site. All these amazing recipes made me crave to eat mango immediately. so i sent ramu to grocery store. we had a nice and memorable snack. Thank goodness i’m not pregnant right now. otherwise i would’ve wanted to try all these wonderful recipies. congrats for your success indira and to everyone that made this event more tasteful.

    Indira replies:
    aah…poor Ramu gaaru :) .
    Thanks Bhargavi.

    Comment by bharghavi — May 2, 2006 @ 10:47 pm

  36. Hi,
    Excellent round up.
    So many mango dishes in a place.
    Appreciate your Great work.
    Thank You

    Comment by MenuToday — May 2, 2006 @ 11:45 pm

  37. A very systematically done round-up, Indira. Thanks.
    And thanks to the blogger fraternity for having come up with unique dishes (not a single one repeated there!).
    It’s quite overwhelming to know that food (something which some people would call mundane) can connect people over continents.
    Long live JFI!

    Comment by Vaishali — May 3, 2006 @ 2:59 am

  38. Thank you all and you made this event a success. Meet you all for another edition of JFI-strawberries at ‘Baking Fairy’, on June 1st.

    Comment by Indira — May 3, 2006 @ 8:46 am

  39. Hi Indira,

    Cordially inviting you for my Green Blog Project

    Comment by L.G — May 3, 2006 @ 9:48 am

  40. Bliss…
    Golden yellow colour everywhere! The post is as much a treat for the eyes as are the recipes for the soul.
    Looking at all those recipes and photos, it seems Tyagaraja might have as well sung
    Tina tina ruchira
    aamra phalama ninnu

    Dina dinamunu manasuna chanuvuna ninnu
    Rasamu gAru momuna SrI apara mahima danaru ninnu

    hope you do more of such great events in future!!

    Indira replies:
    The roundup is colorful, isn’t it?
    Our elders knew how magnificient and majestic mango is. Thanks for sharing this beautiful verse.
    I was expecting a poem/article from you about mangoes for this event. Thought you’d be interested to participate.
    Only if you promise to send an entry.:), thanks VT!

    Comment by Vidyanath Tirumala — May 3, 2006 @ 1:54 pm

  41. Excellent round up! Love the summaries of each recipe along with the pictures.

    Congratulations on such a successful event!

    Indira replies:
    Thanks GM, but I missed yours and Kay’s participation. You two can cook and write beautifully!
    What happened, not a big fan of mango?

    Comment by GaramMasala — May 3, 2006 @ 6:47 pm

  42. Indira… I feel special even as you say that. Thaankoo.

    aah.. You could have told me one word and I would have definitely sent you a poem.

    But time is always ours, so let me conjure something up. Anything for Mahanandi!

    Still not up to the mark to submit something. How I wish!!

    Indira replies:
    Looking forward to your entry, VT. I’ll certainly include it in my roundup.

    Comment by Vidyanath Tirumala Penugonda — May 3, 2006 @ 11:42 pm

  43. posted this really late, but just to add the link here nonetheless for my Mango Sago Lou:

    http://thamjiak.blogspot.com/2006/05/satisfying-craving.html

    great roundup btw! ;) will sure join the next jihva.

    Indira replies:
    No problem, I’ll include it in my roundup this weekend.
    Thanks and looking forward to your participation in next ‘JFI-Strawberries’ event.

    Comment by rokh — May 5, 2006 @ 11:15 am

  44. thank you so much for the late inclusion! :)

    Indira replies:
    No problem, thanks Rokh for participating.

    Comment by rokh — May 6, 2006 @ 12:54 pm

  45. You did a simply fabulous job. I can’t imagine how many house you spent resizing and posting everything. The way you did is so gorgeous. A true professional. Thank you so much! This was my first food blog event. I am most impressed. It was a very popular event. I have been looking around at some others and you got so much response. Great Job!
    xo Gabriella

    Comment by Gabriella True — May 7, 2006 @ 5:45 pm

  46. Thanks a lot Indira for posting my recipe.

    Best Regards,
    Manasa

    Indira replies:
    You are welcome, Manasa. Your recipe is a nice addition to this event and thanks for participating.

    Comment by Manasa — May 10, 2006 @ 1:47 pm

  47. Nice post, i hope everyone will like your post..

    Comment by Antique Checker board — June 4, 2014 @ 4:50 am

  48. nice post

    Comment by Raj Groups — November 28, 2014 @ 5:00 am

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