Duck wrote:... Can you imagine some housewife getting her chicken dinner like this?
LindaShorey wrote:[...] Graham, always fascinating to compare cultures in so basic a human need as food. The contradictions in India with Hinduism and worship of cattle adds another level of provocative thought.
My own contradiction is that I greatly love, respect and appreciate wildlife while happily purchasing the plastic wrapped, faceless "meat" at the grocery, and while I studiously avoid any documentary about treatment of animals in slaughterhouses.
LindaShorey wrote:Duck, you need to update your 1950's stereotype references
Duck wrote:LindaShorey wrote:Duck, you need to update your 1950's stereotype references
Stereotypes make for funny visuals.
My grandfather was a chef and a better cook than my grandmother. I inherited his love of cooking and I am, by far, a better cook than my wife (and she'll admit as much). And, no, she doesn't mind that one bit.
Graham Smith wrote:Where the power supply is notoriously unreliable in many places and refrigeration equipment to hold of stocks of perishables is prohibitively expensive, slaughter at point of sale is the safest option. The Indian housewife is very particular about the freshness of the food she buys.
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