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For a minute I was fooled. I thought you had made this yummy tart and had it all by yourself without sharing.......:) so don't you dare make it and not share, I am just ten minutes away if there is no one on the road ;).
And why did you steal this from my mind ? Sra, I had a plan to make orange tarts and click it for CLICK event :( I am drooling over. If its not your's where did you get it ? You mean to finish up the entire post in the comment section ?
Why so few words in this post? Did you want the picture to say it all..? :) Looks very pretty and i love the colours.
Ok. Now I get it.:DLooks lovely, Sra. I'm sure it would make the top 25 if the viewers voting was still on.I'm still waiting for some inspiration!
concise comments is it? how about an irrelevant one?abcdefghijklmnop, lmnopqrst, uvwxyz. :P
that is look tasty very.
Brilliant(Yummy)shot, Sra..Absolutely lovely!!..:) A few awards are waiting for you in my place, BTW :)
beautiful entry! it's certainly a drool worthy post!
Vidya, me, make tarts? Most likely with your baking binge, you'll be the one baking them and I the one coming around to taste ...Jayashree, thanks. It was a brainwave - I had just put it out to have it for breakfast!Ni, ha ha, I didn't have anything to say, tarts aren't in my radar, usually. You must have got my mail.Laavanya, hmm ... I didn't have anything to say. ThanksAparna, best of luck! Just my luck that viewer voting closed!Lakshmi, !@#$% ^&* ()_+Bee, thank you very muchly.Bharathy, thanks. Have visited your site.Todd & Diane, thanks a lot!
Lovely Picture... I wanted to have a broader pic of the chunni ;) pls. drop by my blog and pick up your award. :)
Whooooo! Juicy click!
LOL..It reminded me of the interest rates or the harmful for health thing written in small letters.. The orange tart does look very appetising..
Varry varry nice, Sra :) The color and the fabric accesory (oooh!) are gorgeous!
can you please adopt me? Im housetrained and all that. I know u didnt make this but you still have it at home.
Padma, maybe when I MAKE the orange tart, I'll use the same dupatta. Heading over to your blog ...Uma, I know, that gloss came through quite well, I thought, a first for me!Swati, LOL, the fine print is very important!A&N, thanks, I'm pretty kicked about the pic myself!Cynic, that made me laugh so much - come over and I'll take you to that bakery any time!
Yum! I love oranges. ;-)Paz
Lovely click...the colours are gorgeous and bright!
Sra,click looks so gorgeous and colorful and looks so yum also .hugs and smilesjaya
Dupatta and tart..both so pretty.Saw your comment on chilli oil at A_N:it is not too different from the oil that squirts out of fried chilies, peraps milder, I have not tried it neat, so oil left after frying chilies is a decent substitute. I have a recipe for it in case u want to make it at home.Let me know.
This looked like a telegram post :)But the tart is looking delicious, so what if its not yours, you got to Click it & I am assuming, to taste it ;)
salwaar-kammez...has been long time i have worn one...miss wearing it...maybe at home today!rajitha
Having a longer comment section than the post: Priceless!
srafirst of all thanks you for your comment...well now i have completed it.hey even if the tart is not your , your have dressed it so well and it looks so good..nice click, eh !
Paz, they are my favourite fruit!Homecooked, I got lucky!Jaya, thanks a lot!Delhibelle, how nice of you! Thanks, maybe I will ask you one of these days.Bhagyashri, yes, of course, I tasted it! It looked better than it tasted, but not bad.Rajitha, so did you?Sig, I was speechless, for once. Maybe my photo turned out so well it took my breath away, LOL!Anamika, thanks, I'm coming over to see it.
Sra, thats really one lovely shot!..