July 2008

Jalapenos-Under Scanner

American like the Jalapenos peppers very much. These are of Spanish origin. Prized for its warm, burning sensation when eaten. Ripe, the jalapeño can be 2–3½ inches (5–9 cm) long and is commonly sold when still green. Some of the recipes in which these are used are: A chipotle is a jalapeño that has been smoked. It is often found in adobo sauce. Jalpeno Jelly, while not commercially available in as wide an area as other jalapeño products, can be prepared in a method similar to other jellies. Armadillo eggs are stuffed jalapeños, a popular 1990s American dish. Texas toothpicks… Read More »Jalapenos-Under Scanner

Return of the Prodigal

I joined back RGL Panvel on transfer from Assam on 12th of June, 2008. The colleagues here think that I have used my means for getting back to this place, that I have taken the help of very senior and influential people to maneuver my posting and come back to my favorite place. My family being here have added weight to their speculations. So my arrival have been very lackadaisical affair and like a prodigal returning back to his home, where cousins generally are apprehensive of his arrival. They fear that he will disturb the status-quo and relegate us. First… Read More »Return of the Prodigal