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Krish Ashok @krishashok Chennai, India

Techie (https://t.co/ahLMilq8jm), Musician (https://t.co/yx5XfEHuLr), Blogger, Columnist, Food science enthusiast & Airport dweller

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This song was the very first thing I played in a public performance. I was 10 and it was for a Bharatanatyam show a… https://t.co/Wg4fD6HmMKDay 4 - A quick violin and guitar version of Subramania Bharati's "Chinanchiru Kiliye" https://t.co/7H4Ye2tysS @TheVikramMohan yepWake us up when Corona ends https://t.co/IVEjGF42uf @surekhapillai Kiki’s Delivery ServiceLast in the set. I need to go do the dishes :'( #QuarantineArt #Lockdownart https://t.co/fHjvEvqgQ5
Retweeted by Krish Ashok @TNSathish87 Today! @bigfatphoenix Just the relentless focus on appearing to do stuff without actually doing useful stuff for a specifi… https://t.co/mt85OorRom @sreeharshabg Will check it out! @KitchenChemProf 😂 @Meetasengupta Hehe, it’s one of those honeycomb type non-stick pans, which the company claims increases the life o… https://t.co/4a1P3EhmBVI was bored. https://t.co/bVoC0hyNzC
Retweeted by Krish Ashok @kris_rs Aah unfortunately without alcohol it will just be a cloyingly sweet dessert. It’s the sarakku that brings it together
3/28
2020
@punvati 😊 @shrinivassg Congratulations! @vanish_forever @flute_vjkannan @sushraju thank you! @snehnath 😊 @vijeescijo Just started. First time I'm reading him. No opinion yet @sank_alp 😊🍷 @MalaSivaprasad Entirely optional. Just add more rum 😁And finally, serve it with vanilla ice cream. Some people believe wrongly that all the alcohol burns off in the coo… https://t.co/IZBPWLqHZVThe alcohol will deglaze the pan and result in a lovely thick sauce, into which you sprinkle a bit of cardamom powd… https://t.co/pbYpr4r0icAfter the rum, and this is entirely optional, add any creamy liqueur you might have. The original recipe calls for… https://t.co/FDbBWWT80B2. You probably do not possess precise enough pan-shaking skills to set the alcohol on fire without setting you, yo… https://t.co/LKRs4VzzucYou should not try the flambe at home for 2 reasons. 1. You are likely using a non-stick pan because who wants to… https://t.co/budoy20VbtBack to our dish, this setting the alcohol on fire trick is called a Flambe, and is the kind of stunt that helps re… https://t.co/cxQObKBLd0It had 2 advantages. It made the bad whisky tolerable, and, in a closed room, made even teetotalers inhale ethanol… https://t.co/JgMXuAlXRrA small aside - a typical Indian boys hostel trick to consuming cheap (and horrible tasting) whisky is to pour it i… https://t.co/6AZ3db4KaZI asked you to lower the flame because, in restaurants, they don’t. They pour in the alcohol, give the pan a slight… https://t.co/IWW1WGec1wAnd then we get to the fun part. Lower the flame, and get a bottle of Old Monk (or whatever rum you have) and pour… https://t.co/AMLLj2JWSRBefore we move on, watch this clip on loop to the background music of Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong singing S… https://t.co/RsisfgXLvKAt this point, add sliced bananas and let the sugars on the surface of the banana caramelise. Not for too long beca… https://t.co/hmy5k370dmHow do you know when it's caramelized? Don’t worry, you’ll smell it. Sugar is odourless, while caramelised sugar is… https://t.co/TUjBmRyuD7Once the butter has melted, add brown sugar. How much, you ask? Don’t ask, just keep adding till it forms a thick s… https://t.co/DJMEBGcr54If you are health conscious, please skip the rest of this thread because the words in this thread will personally s… https://t.co/DUDeQZHc3tAnd now you gaze into the pan and ask yourself this question on a Friday night. Is it enough butter? The answer is… https://t.co/1DweOIZVEwIt’s simple. You take about a quarter slab of Amul butter in a pan. Salted is better because a tiny amount of salt… https://t.co/dQldW9NhAbA dish born in New Orleans, because it’s only fair that the dessert equivalent of the most joyful sin was invented… https://t.co/rFzqoX86JODay 3 - It’s Friday, and since most of us aren’t headed to a restaurant to eat, drink and make merry, here’s someth… https://t.co/JZkbi4PEba @KitchenChemProf @sigmastarstate Wow, impressive! Very few people manage to grow this indoors at all! @KitchenChemProf Yep. Gingelly. A fun aside, the fact that Sumerian and Akkadian call sesame “Ellu/Ilu”, which is… https://t.co/Lw64MTrIiN @iamdatemike @MumbaiCentral @vinaykesari https://t.co/4lgg67tx4c @sigmastarstate @KitchenChemProf (that gentleman is my father in law, who is an expert terrace gardener) @sigmastarstate @KitchenChemProf Yep. I remember reading that in situations when you don’t have it, a combination o… https://t.co/4st9K1T5HE @KitchenChemProf True. Flavoured oil is a trick Indian cooks could really learn from Chinese cooking. I keep a “Che… https://t.co/TYmLvecVtm @KitchenChemProf Yep. Ajwain is also quite a strong flavour that cuts through a dish, unlike cumin or mustard which… https://t.co/8juB5Kj3LFNot a good idea for TN Govt to restrict timings of grocery, vegetable shops, petrol pumps etc. In fact they should… https://t.co/gpX7hbxvt6
Retweeted by Krish Ashok @KitchenChemProf I keep a panch phoran mix of equal parts nigella, fenugreek, fennel, mustard and cumin (and someti… https://t.co/RiZBQS16yV @fauxfleur https://t.co/9cnLsRBtHi https://t.co/VglSGKKoxT @samirkapoor1971 5 kittens, and they all live in my house only 😊 @DimpledJalebi @srini091 Wow. Sorry it’s not possible to write a parody that can outdo that paragraph @krazyfrog Chairman Meow“I think you need to replace your shocks, pass me the wrench...” https://t.co/jmrdxtnsoW @atlasdanced @sopranoxs @shrinivassg 😂😂😂 @himsini That is skill 0 - the ability to appear busy @himsini Corporate world la adikkadi appadiellam sonna mostly bench la thaan veppaaynga.DED DED DED 🤣🤣🤣🤣 https://t.co/CL1UDeqMO6
Retweeted by Krish AshokWear a helmet. #MandaBadhram https://t.co/vynwFwYTPL
Retweeted by Krish Ashok @enthahotness https://t.co/ClZotxvv0E @npueu Appadiellam sonna how will he holdengraber your attention? https://t.co/7GwtsMINrm @KitchenChemProf Yep. Super strong flavour, like ajwain. A tiny pinch goes a long wayIsolation has made me finally get back to singing. Still getting back to it properly, but here it is! Thanks… https://t.co/aTts9d4DqB
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3/27
2020
@vinorv2 Will post! @surekhapillai 😊 @KitchenChemProf hehe thank you! @kris_rs No. Flute is by @flute_vjkannan !The other brilliant thing about Kannan Vandhu is that you can take every layer in the original song other than the… https://t.co/io9Ngl9UigListen to the repeating descending bassline in Henry Purcell's Dido's Lament https://t.co/3PA7EQj5NO and you'll see what I meanJust take the chord structure and bass line for the main verse. It's a descending bassline while the melody ascends… https://t.co/uNPWnxkN7QThe beauty of the original's lush and rich arrangement featuring a brass section and an orchestra in addition to dr… https://t.co/dflrCFC4OdIt's the kind of song that reminds one of Michelangelo's quote about seeing the form in the marble slab and all he… https://t.co/NyNNyOE2ODDay 2 - A minimalist flute & piano-based adaptation of one of my all-time favourite Ilayaraja tracks - Kannan Vandh… https://t.co/rx1j3vTur7 @RajaSen Sorry for your loss man. @MarzapRussell @benacur 😊🙏🏼 @raghuveer_v Thank you :) @TheInkSpear will do! @anumccartney Sujatha uses very simple language, and tends to use common english words where necessary, but if Suja… https://t.co/LVnFVag1jENow reading https://t.co/oIHzLEwPPR @Vaishnavioffl Hello, all things fine? Did you manage to get back? @sumants @Jays_tweets Oh yes @preeti_please 😊🙏🏼 @The_Karthik Hehe yes @enthahotness https://t.co/wisXuyvs3f @Jays_tweets Yes. The standing way is, on the long run, a superior way to play more kinds of music, including Carnatic
3/26
2020
Fantastic stuff! https://t.co/10Hbdh3BWl @npueu Every single frame is a painting in that film. Only "Spirited Away" is better @sanobarsultana Thappu illa. Avanunga ippo ellam romba onnum memorable-aa illa @quantum0fcosmos As in, you will literally change fingering to start from a different note based on what key the song is in. @quantum0fcosmos Yep. Quite common for beginner violinists to stick to one tuning, because you are not likely to be… https://t.co/9YU4mclDW3PS: if you are a student violinist, learning Indian classical music, go to YouTube and parallelly teach yourself to… https://t.co/SaOmtzbitx @kaufmanic 😊🙏🏼 @HydNomad Thank you! @tusharja thank you! @WoosterBeans The Nucleus Lite orchestral library - software instruments played on the keyboard one by oneIn closing, "aNOraNIyana mahatO mahImana apramEyana ADisidaLa yashOde" -Smaller than an atom, yet immeasurable, &… https://t.co/swmt2uWeXpAnd if this was professionally produced, a studio generally has high quality sound interfaces & wiring to reduce el… https://t.co/glNogVYYku @swathrav 😊 @sank_alp Yep!If you were doing this in the US, you'd cut 60 Hz, 120 Hz and so on. For the absolute layman, what's happening is t… https://t.co/pPSakyMmuv @sowmyarao_ Yes
3/25
2020

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