Hellooo, how are you? It’s been more than a month since we chatted, right?
Well, I’m back in Bahrain after a long break. Had a wonderful time back home, except for an awful experience at the airport on my return. How-much-ever, I want to whine about it to you, I’ve promised myself I wont do any whining in public. Since most of my dining is public, I think it’s better to keep the whining private ;)
So, tell me, what news at your end? Everything all right?
On my end everything is still in “slow motion phase”, I’m yet to get back to my routine in full swing. Ok, that reminds me something I wanted to ask you… Are you a “routine” person? I mean whether you find comfort in having a routine or you hate the fact that you have to follow a routine? Why I’m asking is because something weird happened. After two weeks of being in India, I was feeling restless and I figured it was because I was missing my routine life! This is something I’ve noticed lately, whenever we travel somewhere, after the initial “oh la la” phase of excitement, I start thinking about Bahrain. Is it a sign of me becoming matured (growing old is another way of saying it)? So, tell me do you also feel like that? do you miss your routine?
Anyways, we will get to our recipe. Looks like it’s koorka season now and it’s one of my fav veggies. I always associate koorka with a meaty flavour, I’m not sure why though! I love everything about it, except the cleaning part! Well, if you’ve somebody to get it cleaned, then the rest is easy.
Coming to think of it, I’ve had koorka like this only. I mean I’ve never tasted any other koorka dish. I think this is the most common koorka recipe.