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Going to try it for the first time within a hour

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Eating it now, not bad at all

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13 minutes ago, Stewey said:

Spicy?

Ummm your choice ....we got it medium....it was combo special...chicken, and a lamb dish is some sort of sauce, rice, potato...it was better then I expected....

 Menu has your choice: mild, medium, spicy,  and Indian Spicy....

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how the hell do you go all this time and never eat indian food?  I like it, can't eat it every day though it would tear me up inside and I smell enough of it coming through the pours of half the people on the PATH train the mornings I commute to NYC...  

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4 minutes ago, JHbowhunter said:

how the hell do you go all this time and never eat indian food?  I like it, can't eat it every day though it would tear me up inside and I smell enough of it coming through the pours of half the people on the PATH train the mornings I commute to NYC...  

Cause a I never had a desire to try it....the wife wanted it, so what the hell I'll try it...

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Love it!  Very robust and stick-to-your ribs kinda fare.  There was no way I couldn’t have gotten into it ...I’m surrounded by Indians at work and my town is so densely populated with Indians, we have three different Indian restaurants.    Lamb and shrimp sagwala is the best.  Dopiazza and Vindulu are my favorites too.  I always order my stuff extra hot.

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I too have never eaten Indian food. Will try it one of these days...maybe.

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4 minutes ago, Live to Hunt said:

Where ?

 Clove, in Lopatcong

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2 minutes ago, Live to Hunt said:

Thought you lived in Sussex 

Nope southern Warren County,  I hunt Sussex county 

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I never had it and never will. I worry about personal hygiene of people cooking and serving my food and cleanliness in the kitchen. I had somes bad experience when it come to both.

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9 minutes ago, Lunatic said:

I never had it and never will. I worry about personal hygiene of people cooking and serving my food and cleanliness in the kitchen. I had somes bad experience when it come to both.

I said the same to my wife....then she brought a point...Once in a while you eat Burger King, McDonalds, etc.....she said,  you think those young kids are washing their hands?  point taken

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10 minutes ago, BHC said:

I said the same to my wife....then she brought a point...Once in a while you eat Burger King, McDonalds, etc.....she said,  you think those young kids are washing their hands?  point taken

my kids wash their hands. you have to understand where these people come from. Different culture effected by unimaginable poverty. I will say no more because why spoil it for others. I just can't.

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They own, or work in a lot of places around me.  So I guess I've eaten the food they made, anyway.  Owner of a bike shop was walking to a deli, run by an Indian, for lunch everyday, until my wife went in there one day and he was wiping off the bottom of his sandals with his hands while making sandwiches.

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LOL..in India they don't use toilet paper, they wipe their ass with their left hand and wash their hand with water after they are done. Anyway, enjoy your meal, it's spicy but tastes great. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Stan Putz said:

LOL..in India they don't use toilet paper, they wipe their ass with their left hand and wash their hand with water after they are done.

 

 I guess that's what makes there food extra spicy:eek:

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12 minutes ago, Greybeard said:

They own, or work in a lot of places around me.  So I guess I've eaten the food they made, anyway.  Owner of a bike shop was walking to a deli, run by an Indian, for lunch everyday, until my wife went in there one day and he was wiping off the bottom of his sandals with his hands while making sandwiches.

When you wipe you ass with your hand then  the bottom of your sandals is not so bad:shock:

 

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