The one thing that turns me on amongst all things is my love for the delicacies for which our country is so famous for :D. And on several occassions, Saty has accompanied me on my discovery of the famous and not-so-famous streets of Lucknow.
Sometimes, thanks to my ever-increasing gourmandising nature,I end up losing all control over myself. By the way, why I say it is ever-increasing is because every new place that I happen to visit, I end up discovering a new recipe which surely mingles well with the taste buds that I have been bestowed with from that Someone who is sitting up there.
Though, there was no new place yesterday, and though I was munching on the same good old recipes that I have been since the time when I was a small kid, I was in a mood to treat myself for no reason as such, or at least for no reason known to me.
As a result, I ended up holding on to my stomach, the moment I finished having my dinner. As with every other good thing, this also has its pros and cons and sometimes the cons are very difficult to deal with, at least in this case.
Somehow, God has ensured that for every crime that you do, there is an antidote which you can avail of to restore normalcy in the same.
And as I was trying to restore that normalcy in my stomach, guess who called! Yes, it was none other than my fiance who has, of late, been too concerned about my health sheerly because of the foodie in me.
It was only after a couple of minutes that I realized that my fiance’s worry is more related to the manner in which we would be presenting ourselves to the audience as a couple on our the day, whenever that’s supposed to be. If it was in her hands, she would make sure that I be on a diet-schedule.
And to my surprise my mother always seem to agree to my fiance’s worry of me turning more and more into a kind of personality very similar to Mr. Ram Kapoor of Bade Acche Lagte hain, a TV soap that is being telecasted on the Sony channel.
It is not often that a mother-in-law tends to have the same kind of opinion as the daughter-in-law, but thanks to my gourmandising nature, they both have seemed to develop a bonhomie, at least on this front.
On second thoughts, when the pros of being a foodie seem to outweigh the cons, do you think I should give a damn on the contemplated diet-schedule? NAAAAAAAAAA! and after all Mr. Ram Kapoor doesn’t look so bad. 😉