is chicken tikka masala the california roll of indian food where people silently judge you for being such a scrub, or more equivalent to the pizza of italian food where it's popular because it's good, not because its less intimidating that other menu items?
which is why the analogy comparing it to california rolls works ... because it isn't really sushi its a foreign take on sushi. Like how CTM isn't Indian food, its just a british take on Indian Food
I tried butter chicken and warm naan for the first time recently and I'm pretty much sold on Indian cuisine being top tier, especially curry + naan.
this is the menu at my closest indian place, I've only tried CTM and Butter Chicken, the obvious beginner choices, what else should I try?
It was my first "Indian" food. My dad used to cook it.
I don't understand whats the big deal. I don't see people going apeshit about fortune cookies or vichyssoisse.
Pork Tikka Masala with Thai rice tastes absolutely fantastic. It's easy to make and cheap too.
oh i only saw their other locations in SD
well i dont know the south bay too well but Swaads menu looks pretty good
Get Kema naan definitely. I really like Korma, karahi ghost(its pretty spicy), and Jalfrezi. All with lamb.
Take a lesson from ServSafe.
Danger Zone = between ~41F and ~130F
Don't leave food out for more than 4 hours between those temperatures.
If you cooked rice, and let it sit for an hour or so while you eat, then it's fine!
Not what your two gay dads said last night
it's the pizza metaphor, i think. it's good, and a bastardized version of the original inspiration which nobody cares isn't authentic.
though i'm not actually sure if it was invented by indian people making up something up to serve brits or brits visiting britain and stealing ideas to market at home.
>pringles called crisps
No. It would have to be something of an even more artificial concoction than pringles before it would warrant calling them crisps. Like calling something "frozen dairy dessert" because it can't legaly fit the definition of ice cream.
literally who gives a fuck, it's fucking rice
our bodies are much more resilient than people give them credit for
I cook rice and leave it out overnight with the lid on and eat for breakfast then put it in the fridge after
Eaten rice almost a week old that's been in the fridge and also eaten rice that was accidentally left out for over 24 hours
Bacteria is perfectly fine as long as it's not causing you to be sick
(I've not had food poisoning in over 4-5 years and I often leave dinner on the stove overnight after cooking it if I'm going to sleep before it's cooled down)
Ever see what Scandinavians consider 'great food'? Hakarl is literally rotten shark they left buried on a beach, and Surstromming is herring they let rot in a can.
Shit is so bad they literally have to eat it outside or their homes will smell like it forever.
Honestly, so long as you aren't smearing the counter with your unwashed ass, eating food left out for a day isn't going to hurt you.