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Sunday, December 30, 2007

Indian food

Today I went to Vik's with my family and ate Indian food. I'm cutting some slack keeping kosher when I eat out. Being strict definitely helps one save $. I've never been to India, but there was a hint of the craziness there with the line for food, waiting for a table, and the techno music they were playing. Between the brunch at the Thai buddhist temple an Vik's it feels like half of Berkeley is eating out on Sunday. Hearing stories of m brother's trip there and seeing pictures gives me a little wanderlust.

1 Comments:

Blogger bozster613 said...

The irony of it all are your examples, adamama, of the grass is always greeener on the other side of the hill
- "wanderlust" for India and other countries vs. the same for Israel or the U.S.
- Here in the New York area vs. your West Coast
- The big Pacific Northwest cities and L.A. vs. your S.F. Bay region
- Your Berkeley home vs. Napa, San Francisco, Palo Alto, or your other visited S.F. area places
- Keeping stricly kosher vs. "cutting some slack" to get the benefits of Indian and Thai buddhist temple food

Again, guess that the grass is always greeener on the other side of the hill

December 31, 2007 at 11:58 AM  

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