Originally posted by Ashok Mash:
� Usually, not always, but most of the time, Indian food is mostly north Indian food (chick peas, potato, garam masala and a lot of coriander) where as Kerala food (different from general South Indian dishes like Chicken Madras etc) would have plenty of coconut, prepared in coconut oil etc and of course, rice instead of roti or prata
Originally posted by Joyce Lee:
I love Indian food! Any recommendations for North and South Indian food? The more spicier the better. Just spotted a few Indian restaurants and would like to try out the food there some day. Indian food which I usually eat are naan, chicken biryani, tandoori chicken and roti prata, and, of course, all served with hot spicy curry.
Found some promising dishes like chicken makhni and lamb korma at http://www.rajputfoods.com/menu/dining_menu.htm.
Originally posted by Scott Ambler:
Unfortunately, the RUP marketing rhetoric tries to connect itself to the UML via the names (both have Unified in them), and the fact that they each sort of originated from Rational (now a subsidiary of IBM). The RUP claims to be "use case driven", although you really want to be requirements driven (see The EUP Best Practices for a discussion). So, there's some pretty good reasons why people seem to comingle use cases into the UML.