Ready everyone? Here's today's puzzle - you have one guess each. This is the final cooking techniques Daily Puzzle:
To slow cook meats in a sealed or covered clay pot, this technique is popular in India and Pakistan, and was brought to South Asia by the Persians.
KCC Big Country guessed this correctly: it is dum pukht, or dum cooking
Wooooo hooooo....thanks! I'm normally at work and unable to play the contests, but I'm home recuperating from surgery last Monday and just happened to be sitting at the computer when the question came up. This is exciting!
the contest page linked me to here...where is the hub?
ps, congrats KCC!
I'm guessing KCC won the random drawing due to her having won the daily puzzle as an entry.
Never in my wildest dreams.......
I'm flabbergasted! How exciting! I truly didn't expect to win just by getting a few bonus entries.
Just goes to show, it pays it play the puzzle games too.
Thank you so much HP!!!
wow thanks now i understand how it works and I may get to play next time around.
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