Three Little Words

English: Poori & Potato Masala

He didn’t mind the dreadful stench that came from the gutter opposite the restaurant. He didn’t mind waiting to be served. He normally didn’t make such hasty decisions about where to eat, but the sign had drawn him in. He couldn’t resist. He attempted to play a game on his phone, but his eyes kept wandering to the next table, where the boy was eating poori-bhaji.

Then the waiter served him his order. Hot poori-bhaji and the precious stuff in a little bowl. He ate with relish. He wouldn’t be able to come this way again until tomorrow. Until then, the memory of this meal would have to sustain him. As he left the restaurant, he turned back to read the sign again: Onions served free!

Onions are an integral part of Indian cuisine. With this particular dish and several others, raw onions are served, without an extra charge. However, in the last few months, onion prices have hit the roof and restaurants are cutting back on that free serving of onions.

I’ve underlined three words as I’m linking into Three Word Wednesday.  

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10 Replies to “Three Little Words”

  1. Awesome post, especially loved how you linked up Three Word Wednesday with the title of your post which also refers to “Onions served free”, love every bit of creativity you put into this post, truly love it 😀

  2. We seem to have an abundance of onions here in the United States because I have never noticed the prices to escalate on those. My daughter loves onions and eats them with abandon. Kind of a funny thing for a kid to love, but she does!!

  3. Onion always gives tear to everyone 😛 Price of onion going high to high whole year what to do common people.. But some kind hearted people serves onion free of cost with meal in a restaurant and Dhaba..

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