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David L.


San Francisco, CA
Hometown: Palo Alto, CA; Seattle, WA; Berlin, DE

Member since:

January 27, 2012

What would you like to learn about Indian food or share with others?

Haven't even really thought much about trying to learn to cook it, but that sounds really awesome, actually! Historically, I've just enjoyed eating it. :)

If you have a favorite spice, what is it?

Hmmm... Not sure, actually. I know I love cilantro, but that's more on the herb side of things, yeah? And... there are so many good spices in Indian food, and I don't even know how to identify most of them. :)

What is your favorite Indian dish or what would you like to learn to make?

Oh, so many possibilities! Saffron Lamb, Mango Chicken, papadum, samosas, .... .... ... the list goes on and on. :) Favorite *restaurant*, though, in Seattle anyway, is Chutney's in Lower Queen Anne (that one, specifically -- it's different ownership than any others). Second favorite is Taste of India on Roosevelt... they have better service, I think, but Chutney's has the best dishes I've had. :)


I'm back in Seattle... and I love Indian food. :)

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