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cagedflights has contributed to 14 out of 1,758 total posts (0.80% of total).
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Re: Cross Cultural Family Living in a Conservative Christian Community 2/19/2007 4:07:12 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Dear Mel, to my understanding there is no religion that gives one the right to hurt others feeling, or be forced on anyone to follow its rules, nonetheless this world is full of it. My personal belief is when u hurt someone in the name of ur religion or force ur beliefs on someone, u r actually not allowing a person to take time to understand ur religion or beliefs. Hence moving a person even more away from ur beliefs. I used to love Christmas time of the year, used to participate in ...

Re: Cross Cultural Family Living in a Conservative Christian Community 2/19/2007 4:53:12 AM   (Total replies: 1)
(((hugs))) Tabby:) I really dont share here the stuff I do to gain sympathies or to mean that I live in a terrible town or that I dont like this country and its ppl. I know there is a good side to it as well. I do like living here... it took a looong time for me to convince my parents about two years back to go to USA all alone and study here. We (me and Mel) just happen to run into this conversation from the "grain grinder" I can tell she knows pretty much where I am coming from to ...

Re: Cross Cultural Family Living in a Conservative Christian Community 2/22/2007 9:32:41 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Hi Mel... sorry, I couldnt get back to this thread as soon as I wanted to. I believe these forums are a real good insight to what Indian culture is about.. be it clothing, recipes, traditions or any other topic one might be wondering about regarding India. I have had a lot of ppl here come and ask me things about India. Most have a lot of misconception, I some times am able to clear it but other times I dont know. I myself have barely stayed 5 years in India just for the sake of college and ...

Re: Cross Cultural Family Living in a Conservative Christian Community 2/25/2007 12:11:01 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Hi Tabby and Dollmommy...sorry for the late reply. I just cant believe how busy life is getting after this baby has come into my life, besides we are moving to a new house, im on my way to set up my home-business so right now spreading the word is a huge job and also I am preparing my case since about two months regarding my legalization and Green Card in USA. I have a hearing tomorrow. I got my hands! Tabby, its good u like to at least study about religion. I am not good at ...

Re: Indian food for an American ...Plz help! 2/16/2007 12:21:37 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi Mel and Tabby! I am not a very good cook. I have to admit, I have been a brat until I lived with my mom-dad. I would help my mom some in the kitchen but she usually likes to fix meals for the family. So I have very short experience of fixing special meals for somebody. I used to share my indian food whenever I happened to fix some with my american landlord who used to be my neighbour at one time. The only dish she liked out of all I shared with her was eggplant and potatoes with rice. She ...

Re: Indian food for an American ...Plz help! 2/19/2007 1:44:23 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Hey Tabby! I think ur biggest advantage is that u got such a great Indian place to eat at so close to ur home, besides the fact that you r interested so much in indian food. I have never tried Afghani food, cant imagine an Afghani restaurant in our li'l town but I would like to give it a try. Yes, I know what kind of raitha u r talking about. I know how to make that one , and I quite often do. I have never heard of chicken muligatawny soup, I hope u enjoyed it though! Lamb is another ...

Re: Indian food for an American ...Plz help! 2/21/2007 7:26:21 AM   (Total replies: 0)
That's awesome! I will look into these links, Tabby. Thank you so much!! Atiya

Re: Indian food for an American ...Plz help! 2/21/2007 7:32:29 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Dont know about others Mel...but this site is certainly a real help and resource for me. Like I said before, u have a wonderful website and this message board is really a great idea for many reasons... Thank u bunches! Atiya

Re: Indian food for an American ...Plz help! 2/21/2007 8:05:02 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Tabby.. u guessed it so right! I dont know nothing about american food which reminds me of a real comical incident. It was when I tried to fix turkey in oven first time ever in my life... I had no clue where to look for the hollow in the turkey to stuff it. And hubby had done pulled out the li'l thingy stuck on it that pops out when the turkey is done, with a hammer!...cuz it was too tight to pull out by hands from the raw unthawed turkey!! He thought it was some kind of a seal on the ...

Indian food for an American ...Plz help! 2/14/2007 7:45:57 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Hey! I am having an American friend come to my house for lunch one of these days. I am going to decide the day for her visit when I see her tomorrow. She is actually a mid-wife whom I have been seeing since the past 9-10months while I was pregnant. She is from the southern region of USA. I havent lived in USA long enough to know what an American would prefer in Indian food, but my friend has expressed the desire to try Indian food at my house since we really dont have any Indian place to ...

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