Dear Women Of The House...!!! Overt the years many people love to try something new with different foods from different cultures and qualities. Some people love to go out for dinner and experiment with foods they have never had before. Other people like to regurgitate their best-loved dishes at home.
Experimenting with cooking from other regions and cultures can be an exciting and fun process. Many cuisines have insidious differences from region to region. Or sometimes the ethnic cuisines are based strictly on different geographic areas.
Some of the most popular cuisines are Mexican, Italian, French, Greek and Middle Eastern, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, and Thai cuisines. While many people feel well-heeled experimenting with Mexican, Italian, or Chinese, few people feel comfortable experimenting with Indian food. Nor do they understand the subtle differences in Indian regional cuisine. Indian cooking is as complex and diverse as India's geography, climate, religion, and culture. The variety of dishes is extensive; from warm tandoori dishes with meat of Northern India, to the, saucy Southern mostly vegetarian dals (legume-based dishes), you will find unbelievable multifariousness and great taste.