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Old age is a beautiful time of life. It is as pleasant as the evening is. Imagine strolling at the beach with a sun setting a yonder across the expanse of the ocean in the backdrop and a cool breeze sweeping ruffling your hair. A light music playing at a distance and a smell of barbecue filling your nostrils. Or imagine, the sun setting beyond the hills and you taking a walk along a lonely path with a chilly breeze swaying the branches of the tall pine and deodar trees reaching your ears to invoke nostalgia? Scene can be different, but keeping an evening in the backdrop is metaphoric isn’t it?

Well, being aware of it and still enjoying, every moment of it, to the best of one’s ability is my motto of living it happily. Different people take to different hobbies for passing their time and cooking is one such hobby that can give you immense pleasure and sense of achievement too. You might not be able to eat much of what you prepare but there is some sense of joy in trying one’s hand on a new recipe. I too sometimes do it. The recipes that I bring to you from time to time are not mine, but I have tried those and liked them. That’s why I bring those to you and recommend that you to try them.

This recipe of Afghani Chicken Curry recipe is from “Yummy Food” and has been posted at FaceBook.

https://www.facebook.com/Yummy-Food-110403247218891

Perfect Afghani chicken recipe | easy chicken afgani curry

Perfect Afghani chicken recipe | easy chicken afgani curry

Posted by Yummy Food on Saturday, April 25, 2020

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RAMARAO Garimella
RAMARAO Garimella
1 year ago

Looks yummy, but my dentures do not let me appreciate it.

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