Pulp Fiction

A traveller\’s diary through journey of life…

Table d’hôte

Posted by nishitdesai on May 10, 2007

In order to document my experiments at culinary I have given shape to my long standing desire. Started yet another blog. Table d’hôte. Cross-posting my first post here. Hope to see you there.

Hi. Without being sophisticated, I admit that I am a big foodie (which shows on my size too) and same enthusiasm has continued into my culinary experiments too. It had been and has been my long-standing desire to cook good food, not just for the sake of necessity. Experiments have not been too fast-paced but they have been surely encouraging. So in the process I would like to document my efforts and hence the result is the blog you have just stumbled upon. Table d’hôte.

A word of caution. Don’t read the title of the blog literally. it’s not table dhote, it’s Table d’hôte. Monsieur and Mademoiselle, it’s FRENCH, which literally means host’s table, but according to dictionary, it means A full-course meal offering a limited number of choices (as opposed to à la carte) , both of which suits my blog considering I am very enthusiast about hosting breakfasts, lunches, dinners, mainly for experiment and feedback purpose 🙂 and with me you don’t get many choices. Limited enough choices to be counted on tip of your fingers and for future purposes, if this blog doesn’t turn out to be successful I will indeed be found table dhote. So in short, this title aptly describes past, present and future of my blog.

Disclaimer :- All recipes posted in this blog are tried and tasted[sic] and all of them are made by a bachelor, so easy enough to be tried on your own, so you can give it a shot but at your own risk. Hoping for you to be regular visitor at my new experiment and would be even more glad if you can actually become one of my subject. Welcome aboard and hope you enjoy your stay.


One Response to “Table d’hôte”

  1. clownfish said

    Nothing will make your anemone thrive more than regular weekly feedings, some times
    2 feedings per week. There are about twenty nine species of clownfish are known all
    over the world out of which one belongs to the genus Premnas and others are kept in
    the genus Amphiprion. The remote control flying clownfish is
    very durable when it comes to the materials used to create this toy.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: