Indian food is as diverse as its culture and its climate. The essence of good Indian cooking revolves around the appropriate use of aromatic Indian spices. The skill lies in the subtle blending of a variety of spices to enhance the basic flavor of a particular dish.
Indian cooking is as vibrant as it is varied – from pavement snacks to palace feasts, it’s one of the world’s great cuisines. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll be surprised how easy it is to make.
AwesomeCuisine.com brings you some delightful and authentic Indian recipes which are quick and easy to make.
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Have you wondered where the Eiffel in Eiffel Tower comes from?
Well, it turns out that the tower was named after Gustave Eiffel – the contractor.
Or did you know that milkshakes have been around for more than 120 years? The first reference to milkshakes appeared in a newspaper around about 1885.
For all this and more trivia, have a look at Aviva Trivia.
Its a pretty neat site, or should I say a blog? Has been around since May 2006, and has been steadily increasing the trivia count. While not as exaustive as funtrivia.com, I prefer the straight forward “here’s the trivia” approach to the quiz style used on other sites. The blog has a growing amount of interesting trivia to read while you are bored :-)
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