Whole Roasted Stuffed Chicken

Looks lovely and tasty….

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I rarely prepare whole roasted chicken, but after the you tube channel, this was my first time in the making of the whole roasted chicken. Just like that thought of preparing the whole roast with stuff for this Christmas and this resulted in my roasted and stuffed whole chicken.

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Usually most of us feel this full roast chicken as a very difficult dish, but I would say that it very easy and simple to prepare. The key to this recipe is the marinate mix and the time to marinate. Do check out the video given below for the making, and make your Christmas so special.

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You can also marinate the chicken overnight, but the stuffing should be done only just before you cook. The chicken was heavenly and we all loved it to…

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Thought for the Day : Was shared by a friend on Whatsapp and I could not help but share it here…

Something that touched my heart:

On my way I found a piece of paper tied to an electric pole, with a small note on it. I was curious to know what was written, hence I went closer and read it.

“I lost Rs. 50 somewhere on the road. If any of you find it, please give it to me at this address. My vision isn’t great, so please help”

I was urged to follow that address and found an old hut in tatters with an old woman sitting outside. She was frail and asked who it was after hearing my footsteps.
I told her that “I found Rs. 50 on the road and so wanted to handover to you”.

She began crying on hearing this. She said “my dear I have had atleast 30-40 people come over and give me Rs. 50 saying they found it on the road. I did not write that note, I cannot even see properly nor do I know to read & write”

I said it’s OK amma, you keep it. She asked me to tear that note off on my way back.

I walked back with a million thoughts as to who could’ve written that note? She would have asked everyone to tear that note but none did, I mentally thanked that person and realised that we just have to feel the need to help, there are so many ways to do it. He/she just wanted to help this old woman who lives alone….

Someone stopped me n asked, “Bro, can you help me with this address? I found a 50 rupee note, want to handover” 🙂

#Humanity continues to be alive

Monsoon Madness

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Monsoon Madness – Travelling by train in India opens you out of a vista of rain-washed, chequered fields and  people toiling within…

The rains bring a new lease of life and happiness to the vast majority of the population who rejoice in the rebirth of the parched earth… As Gibran says’

The field and the cloud are lovers
And between them I am a messenger of mercy.
I quench the thirst of one;
I cure the ailment of the other.

It was on one such memorable journey from Danapur to Varanasi, that I spied these women returning to the fields after lunch…..

Travelling With An E-Visa

Great Info…. Reblogging it…

Astonishing India

If I remember correctly, my exposure to travelling to different locations for tourism began at two years of age when my parents traveled to Goa tugging me along on a cruise. While most kids and their parents traveled to grandparents’ home for summer vacations, my parents introduced a new destination every year.

Travelling to new places has not only opened my senses to new experiences but also whetted my appetite for exploring more far off lands. Soon I was sharing my travel stories with friends who would call me up to find out more about the places where I had traveled.

Two years ago in October 2014 I went for my first international trip to USA. I traveled extensively from east to west coast and visited everything from New York, Washington DC, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Detroit and Niagara Falls. I keep adding more stories to my Travel Tales From America 

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