RAKHI AGARWAL is looking for someone who can help her with `dabbas' for lunch/dinner for the next 6-8 weeks in and around Manapakkam. She also had a query on `kala namak': She recently bought a piece of rock and ground it to get the kala namak/rock salt. It tasted like it but it was deep black. Now within a week, the salt has turned to the more familiar light brown colour but has lost most of its taste. Is this normal?
* Archana Grover wants to know about the best professional courses on eggless baking. If the course is good, the distance is no constraint for her.
* Kaushik, a bachelor from Aynavaram, wants to know if anyone can supply him North Indian meals in the evenings everyday.
* Srividya wants to know if anyone can supply her South Indian veg. lunch for one everyday in Adyar. She also wants to know if anyone makes homemade chocolate lollipops.
* Prem from Kasturibai Nagar in Adyar wants south Indian veg. lunch home-delivered six days of the week His budget is Rs. 25.
* Mahalakshmi wants to know if anyone can teach her traditional North and South Indian sweets like boondi ladoo, Mysore pak, jhangri, jalebi, Tirunalveli halwa, kesar peda, sohan halwa etc. She wants to learn how to make these sweets in a very professional way like one sees in the shops, i.e. the texture, and consistency has to be perfect. And, can anyone supply her waffle cones and raw chocolate.
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RASHMI UDAY SINGH
(Rashmi Uday Singh is a food reporter, critic and author for 21 years. Food and health are her passions. )
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