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Friday, February 13, 2009

Snack-time, on the move

These set-ups are quite common here in Delhi, but the camera was handy only during a trip to Manali. A brass vessel with a rather generous bottom tilted at an over-acute angle and stayed by strings, and mounted on a stove. Several pots of spices accompany the eye-catcher, and of course the whole setup is completely mobile. What does Mr Brahm Kumar vend? Spiced up lentils, embellished with onions and tomatoes, and garnished with coriander leaves - a rather filling snack for much needed 'interim relief'.Happy snacking!
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9 Comments:

Blogger Indrani said...

Served in a cone, made with paper?!
That is one huge vessel, usually get to see them at marriage hall kitchens!

13 February, 2009  
Blogger Terri said...

Fascinating! And beautiful photos too.

13 February, 2009  
Blogger RAJI MUTHUKRISHNAN said...

I was misled into thinking it was an improvised satellite dish! Intriguing, if you don't know what.

13 February, 2009  
Blogger Inner Vision said...

Vessels are huge …certainly they looked like satellite dish as Raju said…

13 February, 2009  
Blogger MamaGeek @ Works For Us said...

Oh they just BEG to be photographed. Then again, I'm partial to ANYTHING snack related.

So glad you played PSF!

14 February, 2009  
Blogger Lakshmi Bharadwaj said...

Amazing...i hadent seen anything like this....looks very interesting...haha, makes me want to snack, even though I would probably end up feeling sick if i ate those...my immune system goes haywire when I snack on the roadside.

14 February, 2009  
Blogger Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

It does catch your eye!

14 February, 2009  
Blogger kallu said...

Really eye catching marketing. Its really interesting what common people (opposed to inventors) can come up with. And great photographs Swarna.

18 February, 2009  
Blogger Kat said...

Looked like a metallic igloo, upside down..!!!

20 February, 2009  

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