Sunday, November 8, 2009

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Smells

Not that I havent been eating or cooking, but I have been unmotivated to write. Maybe nothing has been inspiring me or maybe I am just lazy. With the changing of the seasons, a lot of people have been down and getting sick, im my opinion daylight savings is total bull shit. I will try to put together some more substantive posts in the coming days, but in the mean time I wanted to share with everyone a picture essay of my visit, a while back, to an Indian grocery store that I found up by my sisters in Thornhill.

I was lucky enough to have an Indian friend of my sisters, and her two cute sons, join us to give us a tour of some of the ingredients. She cooks mostly vegetarian at home and one day soon, I hope to return with her to buy ingredients and cook together. I would like to learn more about this type of cooking and hope to learn some tricks to make decent Indian food at home. I hope she knows some good meat recipes as well, as we all know I need my meat.


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As a P.S. they have wonderful cheap samosas, I will have to go back to buy some pakoras very soon.

Peace, Love and Ice Cream.


  1. Ah hoy hoy. What was the name of the grocer?

    Fresh from the market,


  2. It is called M India Food Centre, at Centre and Dufferin in Thornhill. A great find for sure. :)