While sifting through my recipes today I realised that there was a whole bunch of ‘boshi’ images that I hadn’t posted yet! Wait, did I tell you that this bunch was the one I salvaged from my spare hard disk? Well, as the story goes, sometime in November, my external hard disk crashed and it had the backed up data that was on my computer which had crashed a couple of months prior to this grand event. I never imagined that I would lose the backed up data as well. So well, yes. I lost almost everything. I made the mistake of taking it easy.
However, to my luck, we were able to retrieve some data from my computer and some from the OneDrive where I had also backed up in bursts and spurts but had never gotten around to doing the whole thing in one go. Bad luck strikes when you least expect it 🙁 I am still not able to wrap my head around the whole thing aboutd how I could have taken backing up of important data so lightly. Those of you who are making promises to yourself that you will back up your personal data ‘soon’ – please do it NOW. Start today. If you have a ten thousand pictures sitting pretty on your phone cameras you have all the more reason to make sure it is there somewhere safe & sound. End of lecture 🙂
Let’s head to the boshi of the day. Today I present you another simple boshi. As you may have noticed I always like to serve fried fish with rice and a vegetable curry. This time I threw in a refreshing salad called as kosambari. The one with carrots is just one of the several versions that are famous in Northern parts of Karnataka. I hope you enjoy today’s boshi 🙂 If you are new to my blog do check out the complete Boshi series here