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Newly Weds at their Wedding Feast
Hindu Wedding Feast
Making of Home-made Sugar
Home-made Sugar (Jaggery)
Man boiling sugar-cane juice to make sugar

Sun Cured Mango Slices
Konkani Delicacies
Konkani Savory
Honey Cured Mango
Honey cured mango is an exotic delicacy among Konkanis

Ready for the "Vaingana Bharta"
Brinjals and Tomato are popular vegetables in a Konkani kitchen
Konkani Cooking
Konkani Delicacies
Fried Green Bananas

Sprouted Grains (Muga Molo) Being Readied for a Feast
Moong Dal Sprouts
Konkani Delicacies
Cooks Making 'Bundi Ladus' (Sweet Balls)
Town of Honavar, 1976

Konkani Woman Rolling 'Chowde' (a.k.a. Mande)
Town of Honavar, 1976
Konkani Delicacies
Delicaies of India
Wedding Delicacies
Various delicacies prepared for a wedding ceremony

Sankranti Sweets
A combination of numerous Sankranti sweets
Sankranti Festival Celebration
Ancient Milk Vendors
Ancient Sculpture shows Milk Products being Transported
Detail from medieval wooden sculpture in a Goan monastery

Pomfret Fish being Fried on a Stone Pan
The plantain leaves reduce the oil required to fry the fish as well as provide a exotic fragrance
Konkani Fish Fry
Divine Foods
Annakoota Food Festival
Nathdwara school of painting, 19th century A.D. depicts Krishna's Food

North Indian Thali
A North Indian Meal
South Indian Cuisine
The Ragi Mudde Meal
Balls of red millet served with spicy broth are very popular delicacy in southern Karnataka

Coal Roasted Rice Bread
The rice bread is made by slow roasting cooked rice and rice flour
The Akki Rotti
Konkani Cuisine
"Duddalli" Delicacy -- A Type of Milk Jello

The "Dalitoy" Dish
Dalitoy -- a delicate lentil broth -- is a signature dish of the Konkanis
Konkani Food
Konkani Delicacies
The "Undi" Delicacy
Although bearing a common name, the Konkani Undi is a unique spicy preparation made with rice rava, ginger, and curry leaves.

The "Kubbe Vade" Delicacy
Clam cakes being roasted on slow grill
Konkani Delicacies
Indian Vegetarian Delicacies
Deep Fried Ridge Gourd

The "Dat Dalitoy" Preparation
Made fun as DDT (Dal Dali Toy), a popular curry substitute among the Konkanis
Konkani Cooking
Indian Food
Dharwad Kosambri

Kabuli Chana Curry
Curried Chick Peas
Beverages of India
The Kashaya Drink
A non-caffeinated refreshing drink popular in India

Vikas Kamat with Jnanada Shanbhag
Town of Honavar, September 2011
Kamat Memorial Foundation
Indian Food and Beverages
Upside Down Coffee
In some parts of India coffee is served upside down

Kori Sukka -- Dry Chicken Curry
Delicacies of Mangalore
Indian Food
Stack of Chapatis
Chapatis are staple diet in much of India

Brahmin Meal for "Tithi" or "Shradhha"
The Hindu ritualistic meals are devoid of fish and meats
Vegetarian Meals for Hindu Rituals
Indian Food
Juicy Rasgullas
Rasgullas are very popular sweets in India

Konkani Breakfast
Idlis cooked in Jackfruit Leaf jackets is a specialty of Konkan Coast
Southwestern Indian Breakfast


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