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in response to reader comment: why stop at samosas?

Submitted by Peter Herz (United States), Aug 14, 2012 at 16:48

Peter Hall and Ravi Ranjat Singh, thanks for your responses. And, Mr Singh, thanks for putting me at ease. Maybe if all Muslim restaurants stop serving Samosas, I can find a place run by a Hindu, Sikh, fellow-Christian, or someone else who knows how to make one of South Asia's great culinary contributions to the rest of us. However, as a matter of curiosity, is the whole Islamic world buying the idea that Samosas are blasphemous? This is rather difficult for me to fathom.

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