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Indian Food

We went out and tried a new restaurant last night.  (you have to know the background--Mr. Peek has only a few places he has deemed worthy of the Peekawho's business.  It took a long time to persuade him to try this place).

So we went.  I have no idea what we ate, but it was fabulous.  Unfortunately, I have no idea what any of it actually was, so I can't track the points very well.  It was not Core, for sure.  

I had to be very, very strict for the past few days.  If you want to see the power of following Core, go look at my tracker.  I have to weigh in this morning, so had to hard Core it until last night.  (Hard Core is following Core very strictly, trying not to use your weekly points).  

Anyway, I heart Indian food  now, and so does Mr. Peek.   But I wish I knew what we were eating, and the points value.  The naan (which I do recognize as some kind of bread) was OUT OF THIS WORLD.  
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326352 tn?1310997895
My girlfriend was from India and for her wedding they had some REALLY GOOD FOOD!  Her mom was so nice to point out the "hot" and not-so-hot stuff for us.  My hubby got the respect of my girlfriend's mom by eating every "hot" they had and loved it.  I stayed more respectable in that area.  The donut type desert they had was just awesome.  

Definitely easy to lose track of the points there.  But once in a while, a new experience is worth a multitude of points.

Good luck to you!
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389974 tn?1331018842
Swampy loves Indian food too, but advises that some of the food has a high enough fat content that it properly belongs on the "death by 35" diet.
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172023 tn?1334675884
So you're saying I'm safe?  Since I'm 50?
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326352 tn?1310997895
Apparently.  If you make it past 35, you're GOLDEN!  ha ha ha ha ha...wait... I'm past 35!!!!

So, let's go have Indian cuisine!
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