Saturday, March 5, 2011

Sweet & spicy

Our friends, Sudharshan and his wife Manpreet, invited us over for Sunday afternoon tea time complete with mildly spicy Indian treats and a delicious fruit decorated cake. We always enjoy visiting them and catching up. They are both originally from Delhi, India.

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  1. Looks like a Sikh family? The girls look happy to be there.

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  2. Yum how nice to try ethnic food first hand.

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  3. Die Kleinen sind wieder sooooooo süß! Sind das die Nachbarn wo Du den Schnee geräumt hast?
    Haben die keine Kinder? Der Tisch sieht schön bunt aus! Herzliche Grüsse:)

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  4. That is the kind of get-together I like. Friends over.

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  5. The samosas look terrific! Self made?

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  6. You continue to amaze by your kind world.

    Please have a good Sunday you all.


    daily athens

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  7. This picture is all about friendship. Glad you and your family enjoyed the visit and the dinner.

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  8. Nicely captured moment among friends!

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  9. Nice i want sit in that empty chair and eat , hehheheh

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  10. I love Indian food too, but after one month in India, my stomach was not in its best shape! :-) Did you have any problems there, Leif? It's not always easy to find mild spicy food...

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  11. I love Indian food too, when it isn't too spicy.
    What a lovely bunch of people, I would have loved to join you and get to know Sudharshan and Manpreet.

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