1) I have had wonky teeth almost all my life. Only when I realised that I was nearing 30(I turned 30 this year, so please don't think I am very old) I decided to fix my teeth. I am glad I did because I see many people smiling at me these days. 2) As much … Continue reading Five of many things about me!
It has been a long week for various reasons. But that doesn't mean we ate boring meals. Chickpeas are much loved in our house and after making a little batch of sundal(spiced chickpeas)the other day , We had some leftover Chickpeas/Channa and so I decided to quickly whip up a dip. This was made to go with a … Continue reading Chickpea Raita/Dip
Smoothie Trails #2 The very Berry Smoothie!
Sometimes, when words are not enough to explain how one feels, there is always food. Food is also a form of a love. Atleast to me it is. I think it's my duty to make good food regardless what we have been through the day. Because good food comforts you. But it is also my … Continue reading Smoothie Trails #2 The very Berry Smoothie!
A Mangooooeey fudge recipe.
Is your mother one of those generous souls who never knows to cook in small quantities? Mine for sure doesn't know. The other day when we were on the phone chatting, my mother had told me she was busy all day as her dearest sister visited her after long. I knew she must have cooked … Continue reading A Mangooooeey fudge recipe.
Our reading journey –Part 2 of Our favourite books
If you have read my previous post here, you may have known that I embarrass my husband quite often. But you might have also read that I do a few things that save me from all the rubbish I get up to. Number one is cooking good food and here is number two-- Reading with … Continue reading Our reading journey –Part 2 of Our favourite books
A few ways I embarrass my better-half and a tikka recipe.
I do feel that the husband-wife relationship is probably the most funniest of all relationships. At least, in my case it is. Well, purely because, I never fail to amuse him and so does he. Oh but I am the agreed winner when it comes to being an total embarrassment. I hope at least by … Continue reading A few ways I embarrass my better-half and a tikka recipe.
So, I have been going to these cooking sessions with my little man for the past few weeks. To be honest, I enjoy it more than him because he is under strict control as it is not our own kitchen to mess about.So basically, he is not allowed to have much fun. He is at an age … Continue reading Pistachio-almond cake!
My thoughts on having a boy and recipe for a spicy south Indian gravy!
Hurrah! my boy is going to be 2 next month. Although I am very happy to see him grow and shine, I am also secretly wishing for him to stay a little boy forever. Little boys should never grow.Yep, I am going to be biased here. There is something very very very nice about having a … Continue reading My thoughts on having a boy and recipe for a spicy south Indian gravy!
Holiday banter and Baklavas.
We are back in London and the holiday mood has set in. It's cold and feels so christmassy here. But the chances for a white one seems pretty low. Did I just sound like I am going to report christmas weather in London? I hope not. I am only selfishly hoping for some snow this year. … Continue reading Holiday banter and Baklavas.
A few “Madras” things
A city that is known only for hot weather was showered with way too much rain for nearly a month. So much so that almost the entire city was under water for nearly three days this week. And as I type, there are still some areas that are water-logged, and people stranded in streets with … Continue reading A few “Madras” things