Saturday, April 16, 2011

Kurkure

It means crack cocaine in Sanskrit.        No?   It doesn't?  Oh.  *shrugging shoulders*  Welp, it should.  I have just found this snack that I am COMPLETELY addicted to (and so is Athena).  It is a grown up version of a Cheeto. These crunchy strands are similar to Cheetos, but have an Indian masala twist. They have a slight bite and tangy taste. There is no coincidence here, it is actually part Frito Lay's Indian division.

Now, I am so addicted that Athena and I MAY  have had that for breakfast the other day.  With a tall glass of milk, of course. Saylor ain't havin' it though.  "too spicy.  I don't like it.  I want oatmeal."  The gall of that girl to want breakfast food FOR breakfast.

In some part of my brain, I am justifying this snack as another opportunity to expose the girls' palates to new foods, when in reality......its an Indian Cheeto.


Now, these snacks are SUPER popular in India but are just being introduced to the mass american market in recent times. You know us Americans will need a "It ain't easy bein' cheesy" -Chester Cheetah kind of clevah advert for us to try their foods.

Somehow though, I don't think that



or






will prompt too much creativity, but we'll see.....

There IS this


and 



so we'll just have to wait and see.


In the meantime it just makes me want to do this......


1 comment:

wondermommas said...

John and I cracked up a the last line of the commercial: "Ka Ke Mast." We both said "caca mas"... because you and athena might end up with a bad case of the cacamas with these Indian Cheetos. ;)

and no joke the word verification below to enter my comment is "lardump."

Sorry to be so scatological.