Why did you lose your taste for Green food?
A Thai family is taking to the streets to protest against what they see as an unfair culinary competition.
The popular Thai cuisine has long been regarded as the best in the world and has been championed by many in India.
The competition is said to be unfair, with many families choosing a dish that is not a popular choice in their country.
It was once thought that it was only green food that was popular in India but this is now believed to be incorrect.
The family is seeking an apology from the Indian Government for not being able to use the traditional green dish, but that won’t be easy.
“Our children are the most important thing to us,” said Mahadevan, whose children have been following the competition since it started.
“We feel that it is unfair that they cannot eat the green dish because it is popular in Thailand.”
“I am very angry with the Indian government.
I have not been able to eat anything from this country since I was a child.
I am very worried for my children,” he added.
The Indian government had announced that it would replace the competition with a new one, with winners getting free food for life.
This was due to the fact that Green food is more expensive than green food in other parts of the world, including Thailand, where the dish is traditionally served.
“It is just not fair,” said Mohit, who has a son who is studying in India and who also participated in the competition.
He added that he is angry with Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not accepting the request of his family to take part in the new competition.
India has become a popular destination for the global foodies and foodies from around the world to compete in this culinary contest.
The winning dish will be handed over to the Thai government and a restaurant will serve it to the winner of the next competition.
This year’s winner is Thali Thapa, a Thai-Indian chef from Phuket, who also won the first competition in the past three years.
“I don’t understand why I don’t win anymore,” said Thali, who is from the northern part of Thailand.
“This is our tradition.
It’s my family.
It is my family’s tradition.
This is not the competition I want.”
The Thai Government has not responded to The Hindu’s request for comment.
The National Tourism Development Authority has announced that the competition will be discontinued on November 29.
The NTDA is also taking action against the judges of the new culinary competition, saying that they have breached the rules.
“The NTDAA has asked the Indian Tourism Commission to suspend the Indian Green Food Challenge and take action against all participants who are breaching the guidelines,” a spokesperson for the agency said.
“A formal complaint has been lodged against the judge for violating the rules.”
A spokesman for the Indian Ministry of Tourism said that the rules are very clear.
“Green food is an Indian food.
It can be eaten anywhere,” he said.
However, many in the foodie community believe that the NTDAs rules are not being followed.
“There are some who are making a big fuss over the new rules but these rules are only for food.
The guidelines are only there to protect the Indian cuisine,” said Rakesh.
“If you want to take a curry, you can eat it.
You can eat green curry.
We can eat all these things.”
He added: “I have no problem with green food.
I eat green food at home.
The food should be a food of the people.”