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is a publication of Farewell
the Winterline featuring personal reminisces,
funny & thoughtful stories by people who have
lived in India, Pakistan, and the Far East as
well as cultural articles, discussions and nostalgia....
with a few tasty recipes added for good measure.
Editor: Cynthia Brush
Graphics: Bill Grey
© Copyright 2003 Chipkali Creations
The North West Frontier: The Pathans' Code
A number of these tribes provided recruits for the Indian Army. They were mercenaries. They did several years' colour service with the Indian Army, when they were often called upon to fight against their own tribesmen.
Sweetened Condensed Milk
By Steve Van Rooy
Woodstock School Alumnus, Class of '68
On the second day, we ran out of milk. Judy, my wife, rummaged around the pantry and came up with a can of Borden's sweetened condensed milk. A faint salivation started upon gazing at this little can that was going to see us through a day without milk. (more)
Simple, Delicious Dhal Recipe
By Beverly Brush
Are any of you Superb Cooks or Food Connoisseurs? We're hoping our readers enjoy great food as much as we do. The following EASY recipe has been in Cynthia's family for several decades. It's delicious hot with rice or roti, or cold...as a sandwich spread. (more)
Tagore....and Nora Jones
The Cultural Influences of the Indian sub-continent have enriched Art, Music, Poetry, Literature, Fashion & Furnishings for thousands of years. We'd love to continue that heritage and support individual artists (more)
Reader Reviews of Farewell the Winterline,
Memories of a Boyhood in India
Our diverse readers all come to the same conclusion when it comes to this memoir about growing up in India in pre World War II era India.