A Girl and Her Fork reviews Bombay Bar and Grill:
We began our meal with the Himalayan Appetizer that was basically a pupu platter (a little of everything) of various fried Indian goodies. We received (four of each) pakoras, naan strips, samosas and vegetable momos along with some chutney. It was one of the better sampler platters that I've had in town, for less than $10 you have enough bite-size pieces to share for three or four people
My main dish was OK; boneless chicken cubes seasoned with garlic and sliced mushrooms mixed with a spicy, creamy sauce. The sauce had a nice layering of spices but it wasn't overly spicy (they ask you if you like it mild, medium or spicy when you place your order).
Read more: http://a-girl-and-her-fork.blogspot.com
52 Kitchen Adventures makes peppermint chocolate cake pops:
Last week my co-worker Hannah approached me to ask, "Can I request something?" I only have so much spare time to spend in the kitchen, so I wasn't sure I could make her what she wanted. But then she requested something peppermint chocolate and I had to agree it's time to bring back this flavor! She specifically wanted me to make these Peppermint Chocolate Cake Pops that are coated with crushed candy canes. Instead, I made the same flavor with a new twist.
Read more: http://www.52kitchenadventures.com
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