Describe an occasion when you ate something for the first time
- When you had it?
- Where you ate it?
- What was it?
- And how you felt about it?
Well, I use a meal chart to avoid the temptation of gluttony, but, sometimes unconsciously, I fall into the trap of delicious cuisines. Here I would like to narrate one incident when I tasted a veg thali in Amritsar when I went to pay obeisance to Almighty. It was in the bygone days, and it was getting dark when we reached Amritsar, and we did not find vegetarian food anywhere. Hence, I called my friend who lived in Amritsar, and he suggested that I go to Apne Kitchen in Amritsar, a well-known place for eating traditional food.
So we reached there, and I must say, just seeing the big steel platter with the assortment of food items made my jaw drop. Even now, I drool just thinking of it. Besides, the hostess’s hospitality made me surprised who explained the vegetable that was served first and it was a blend of all leafy vegetables. It was mouth-watering, and its color, texture consistency was incomparable. So I tasted with butter naan, and the meal was ended with a dessert, which was carrot pudding, and it was lip-smacking. So this was the food that I first tasted.
Part 3 Follow-Ups Describe an Occasion When You Ate Something for the First Time
Question 1:- Do you like to try new food?
No, I am not a food lover, but sometimes when I have a mood to satisfy my taste buds, then I eat, and I feel happier by eating the meal which I eat in routine.
Question 2:- What kinds of foreign foods are popular in your country?
There are a plethora of exotic foods like Italian pasta, chow-mein, Mexican food, etc.
Question 3:- Do you like to cook at home?
Yes, of course, I love to cook. I have good culinary skills, and I make delicious food. It is more nutritious and is prepared in hygienic conditions.
Question 4:- Is it expensive to eat out in your country?
Well not. Because there are street food or fast-food chains that don’t cost people an arm and a leg and are within the people’s budget, even at some places, people get discounts, who are regular visitors.
Question 5:- What’s the difference between Indian food and western food?
Indian food is prepared with love and is full of a rich diet. It contains essential minerals, vitamins, and fibers. Besides, it does not contain a lot of calories as it is prepared according to the taste of the people, namely savory or less salty; where western food is enriched with a lot of calories, and it does not suit all people and people can’t eat fast food in routine.