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    by Sunny
    25th December, 2008 at 6:12 am    

    Christmas and new year festivities aside, I’ve got a ton of work to do over the next week… So I’ll still be blogging regularly. My radio doc for the Guardian is finished and will go out on 5th jan. I have two big articles to finish before then too. Woe is me :(
    Anyone else in the same predicament? Tonight however, I will eat for five people. That is the Indian Christmas way.


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    1. Rumbold — on 25th December, 2008 at 11:46 am  

      Can vegetarians celebrate Christmas? What do you do for turkey?

    2. Indrak — on 25th December, 2008 at 1:02 pm  

      If they bother, it’s surely nut-roast - how come you don’t know that?
      -tho’ they forego the traffic thru the turkey’s rectal passarzhe.

    3. MSK* — on 25th December, 2008 at 1:09 pm  

      Dear Sunny-

      One Cif piece to write, some emails to send out, a few bills to pay … and having to do all that before I fly out tomorrow morning.

      ‘Tis the fate of those who want to be participants & not just spectators, nay? ;)

      -MSK*

    4. Sunny — on 25th December, 2008 at 2:46 pm  

      MSK, participants in??

      Rumbold - I eat all the veggie stuff around it… our extended family is careful to separate out veggie food from meat and make lots of the former.

    5. MSK* — on 25th December, 2008 at 4:45 pm  

      Dear Sunny,

      Participants in “life, politics, etc.”

      Weak attempt at a joke while digesting a big x-mas meal.

      Cheers & happy holidays,

      -MSK*

    6. Vikrant — on 25th December, 2008 at 5:05 pm  

      Heh… i decided to go veggie earlier this month., lasted only about 10 days! Its freaking hard if you grew up as a meat eating north Indian! How do you manage Sunny?

    7. Sunny — on 25th December, 2008 at 5:13 pm  

      willpower mate, willpower. Discipline.

      if you can’t manage something like that, it’s only because you don’t have sufficient resolve.

    8. Amrit — on 26th December, 2008 at 6:40 pm  

      Lol. Happy belated Christmas, Mr. Hundal (and all)! :-D

      Good luck blogging and make sure you OD on the sleep as well the food!

      As somebody who had to have veggie Christmas lunch because my family are vegetarian, I was actually almost kind of glad. What with the broccoli and carrots, roasted parsnips and potatoes and nut roast, I somehow survived. If I’d actually eaten meat AS WELL, I think I might’ve exploded and died.

    9. halima — on 26th December, 2008 at 7:07 pm  

      “Anyone else in the same predicament?”

      Do sympathise! Advice is to multi-task as the ladies will say .. :-D Look forwarding to catching the documentary on line.

      This will make you feel a lot better. Am off on Monday chasing some winter peaks to trek in the Langtang region of Nepal. Going to spend New Years at high altitude - well not quite high altitude - but at least 4000m. Though bitter, bitter cold, will be on top of the world on New Years Eve:-D

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