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Monday, January 3, 2011

Yoga and butter

Mmm, we just got back from dinner at the hotel next door - butter chicken, mixed veggies, homemade french fries, and naan fresh from the tandoor. Mom got to go into the kitchen and see the tandoor oven - she clapped her hands with glee.

Butter chicken is maybe the best food ever. Murg makhani for those of you who speak Hindi.

We also did yoga today. Mom had trouble telling her left from her right. Luckily that did not prevent her from doing the cobra. Cash did the baby sleep pose - literally.

Here is the restaurant where we had dinner:

Yesterday we went to the mall where I bought two adorable Indian-style tunics - very good to wear after I've eaten too much butter chicken. Here is Cash all ready to go on the outing, and here is Mom at a store with her name.


  1. What you are doing is AMAZING!! I am only a student at Aspen Middle School, but this entire story is so inspirational! Cash is the cutest little boy and you two are amazing parents for doing all you have. You are amazing!! Well know you know another person that is routing back at home for you guys!! I wish ALL the best for your incredible family! Tell Cash I say “HI”!!
    :--D :-----)

  2. I read Butter Chicken and started drooling. Have now looked up several recipes (all startlingly different...), and plan to cook this in your honor this week. Love Indian food. But mostly, love the blog. Thanks for the frequent updates, it has been just fascinating.

    My suggestion for keeping Cash still for four hours is ... television. Sorry, that's all I have, but it can make Anika zone out like she is in a coma. It's scary.

    Good luck.

  3. Thank you for your kind words, Anonymous! It really means a lot to me.

    And Lenor, look for a recipe that has a tomato base. The color is a pretty bright reddish-orange, with a creamy, yet not entirely smooth texture. It is not dominated by a specific flavor, so I think it might be a complex recipe.