One of the things that we are most looking forward to here in India is sampling the food.
We have already enjoyed delicious meals unique to Indian Culture and their identity. Indian food has incredible flavour. Great care is taken into preparing their food.
As you read this, we are on a house boat cruising the backwaters of Kerala with our own private chef cooking the best of what India has to offer. The other night our hosts at Skylark Guest house in Varkala cooked us a traditional Kerala meal and it was incredible. Sanji spent all afternoon grinding coconut by hand, cooking banana’a for a delicious custard, we had an amazing vegetarian meal with shaved beets, potato curry, pineapple, grape and coconut cream sauce, beans, a delicious dish made out of the leaves from a tree in the back yard and so much more. Our banana leaves were alive with colour and as we scooped up mouth fulls with our hands, we enjoyed different rich flavours with each bite.
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