Chutney stories, books, poems, and more

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A story about three Americans chose to live on the Big Island, Hawaii, all three has one thing in common, they experienced living in India and came out with different persepectives. Read More
Why feed a dying body is a bizaare philosophy but a practical one if imoplemented to go easy on aging body by eating less and less. Read More

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The canopy of Tamarind tree is home for homeless; the green pods make sour chutney and the sweet and sour pulp from ripe pods is extensively used in many culnary preparations. Read More

Article / Memoir

November 22, 2011

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Sorrel is a popular drink particularly during Christmas time in Trinidad. Juggernaut learns for the first time how to make Sorrel drink from Sorrel flower petals from his friend Daddy a budding Calypsonian. Read More

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South Indian ‘Idli’ and ‘Vada’ Can’t eat without coconut chutney and spicy sambar; Deep fried puffy ‘Puri’ Can’t eat without vegetable curry; Read More

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SOCA or soul calypso is a true musical invention of Trinidad. In Jamaica, SOCA (Socialism & Capitalism combo) was an economic experiment for two decades begining in earlyt 70's that ruined the country. Members of 5H club (hype, hoopla, hot air, hogwash and hypocrisy)ran the SOCA proram to ground. Read More
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