Continuing Series on Food in NID: part 2
love the neeta pawar !
waiting for the Sushil bhai episodes
They later experimented with Chinese Idlis and that gooey camel balls or whatever it’s called.
Kept the Khamasa guys in business throughout the year.
Gooey camel balls?? what IS that??
I think they call it Veg Manchurian.
I LOVED MESS FOOD!! PAPPUBHAI ROCKS!!
DOWN WITH INKTALES
If he is reading this blog today: “Pappubhai tamaro cooking badhoo saras chhe!”
Did you guys forget the ‘chicken’ on sundays!!??…(though it wuz actually ‘sparrow’)hehehehe!!!
is that sush, iyer and sharon?!
sush, tina and sharon
i also figured rahul das
thanks for the visit and the nice comment! this tale could also apply on my childrens cantine at school! it’s the same everywhere it seems like…
@Saad: haha, i always hated manchurian! now i know what really goes into it!
@Viv: don’t I know that you and anirban were the only 2 fans of Pappu bhai’s food? always disappearing with the entire column of rotis!
@ananya: yes, it’s sush & tina and that’s meant to be sundar not sharon! do you remember how different sundar looked in first year? and yes, you got rahuldas too
@cecilia: welcome to inktales!
You have a wonderful blog! Keep up the great drawings
coooooool snow. I thought you couldn’t play around with the wordpress templates, only with blogspot!
@anonymous – it’s a gift from wordpress for christmas.
The most discussed item on campus is mess food , anywhere, anyday. I can understand what a foodie like Soo feels !
Great Blog; was always a fan of Soo’s pic-tales.
However I am utterly greatful to Pappu bhai who pushed me to find solace with LaBella auntie, Intkaab bhai and Irfaan andawala bhai; and life was never the same again… how I miss them all now..
I wish to congratulate Pappu Bhai for awarding me the ‘thinnest-look’ period of my life. I miss him, and his subtle art that helped me give up on food, no matter how deep fried it was.
I am looking forward for the sushil bhai part!
Could this Pappu dance saala?
My college canteen served samosas the size of which were quite close to a Ferro-Rocher choclate piece… only the taste was hmmmmm nothing to speak about..
Jonak> you are right! it was just because of him we understood what they meant by ‘exploration’……. in food atleast!!
Atul> What thinnest look??
ha ha ha ha…
i think i put on weight because i was always eating out though!
Mess food – was wondering if the pun was intended.
@src: welcome! and i hope you will keep visiting! after all your comments about me always eating, NID was one place where i didn’t eat that much
@jonak: you just reminded me of those good times!
@joshi: WHEN were you ever thin? you must have confused your reflection with tuttu’s!
@chethana: now i have to do a sushil bhai post!
@divya: welcome! do you remember the sanjha chulha woman? zainab has a story about her!
@sri: haha you got it! thats a new joke!
hey will there be a neeta pawar series too?
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