Top 10 Indian restaurants in the Twin Cities
Aug 9, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: City Pages
Could Indian food be the perfect regional cuisine? Its exquisite blending of perfectly balanced spices beckon equally in the sultry days of summer or on frigid winter nights.
#1 Aug 9, 2012
I like Engine food. Freshly speared Walleye, Deer meat, Maze, and a little Fry Bread. Sometimes even a Duck can be brought down with the bow and arrow. It's a healthy way to eat. That's why I don't understand the high rate of diabetes amongst the Engines.
Since: Jul 10
#2 Aug 9, 2012
and the frigging brainless idiot struck again.
in this case it does NOT realize that when they are talking about Indian food. they are talking about food that originated in India.
foods served at restaurants like Jewel of India, Tandoor Restaurant, & Tandoor Restaurant for example.
as for the Native American type foods, it shows it's ignorance by misspelling the name at least one of the foods. as well misspelling the name of the group of folks. they are not engines. but instead are called Native Americans. the name Indian was applied due to Columbus mistaking the lands of North America for India.
#3 Aug 9, 2012
Are you a Pisces? You're very negative.
Since: Aug 12
#4 Aug 10, 2012
Both of indian food and Chinese food are my favrtes
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