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howler | Jul 18, 200612:02 AM     7

my cousin came to visit from westchester - he's a doctor and he thought he should come check me out as my 'hyponchodriac levels sounded unusually large'.

and he brought the cure with him, right in his black bag. packets of potato/radish/cauliflower parathas from delicious foods, 112-62 roosevelt ave, corona. warmed up on an iron skillet till ever so slightly crisp and eaten with yoghurt and chilli pickle (priya's chilli pickle from patel bros in jackson heights) ... i could walk. i could SEE.

please dont waste anytime. go now and get yourself some. i couldn't decide whether the mooli (radish) or the gobi (cauliflower) set me spinning more, so i finished both packets purely in the interests of enquiry. of course, everybody else dug the alu (potato) paratha the most.

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