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Panipuri/Golgappe

it's my favorite street snack and my reason to live.. lol.. well..i don't know how to make them ..so i just buy..but trust me.. you can never get enough!! Recipe: http://www.vegrecipesofindia.com/pani-puri-recipe-golgappa-pani-puri/ @cheerfulcallie @YinofYang @Soula81 lately with all that food sharing..here's my faves!
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Ahhhh!! dey luk delicious!!
Ahahaha! What did you watch?
thanks!! though being bed ridden has its perks..i did a drama marathon! :D
I should have kept reading the notifications. @neaa You have food poisoning? Aw, I'm sorry to hear that. Hope you get better soon!
haha... i've got food poisoning!! i had dumplings..way too many!!!!!!!!
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