December 7, 2010

Cooking Indian Food is Easy!

Thank you, Srivalli Jetti!

Meet a talented woman who:

Can write recipes to make Indian 'complicated' cooking fun and understandable?
(She's made Indian cooking a bit easier for me!)

Thinks outside the cookbook in her approach to relationships and learning about the world.

Takes herself seriously with integrity and self-respect.

Thanks for watching this video.

... There is someone out there ....

Who can help you understand complicated stuff in a way that makes sense to you!

That will appreciate you as they appreciate themselves.

That can help you see things differently because they take the time to try to see things from others point of view (including your unique perspective).

Thanks for spending your valuable time here with us today!

See Srivalli's Blog on Indian cooking and yummy surprises!

Thank you for spending time on my website.

**All names and stories used in this series are used with permission.

Jennifer Kumar is a US Citizen who has lived in India for over 10 years two different times. She understands some cultural and language differences between the countries. She coaches those who work and travel between the two countries to help them adjust to the cultural differences with more ease. Contact her here

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Pongal: A Tamil Festival 
Eating With Hands in the US With Colleagues - Yes or No? 
Role of Potluck Parties in the NRI and Expat Culture

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