It was a rather painful Tuesday morning this week. My child(now 3 years old) has started nursery very recently and still gets upset on and off while I drop him. And on this day, he cried like never before. I was standing there not knowing what to do really. I just bravely put up a … Continue reading Teary Tuesday!
The confetti has settled, music has been stopped and the feasting is done. Everyone's heading back home. The most awaited wedding is over. And life has started to feel a little pointless already and I am wondering what to do. Today, there is an overwhelming sadness that it's all over..Why can't there be weddings to … Continue reading Post-wedding musings!
What I discovered about my body….
Many years ago, I found soft lumps near my armpits (quite close to my breasts) so, I naturally got worried. But the fact that I was only 25 years old then was a good enough reason to feel convinced that it may not be a dangerous symptom. I anyway got it checked by a doctor who … Continue reading What I discovered about my body….
From farm to plate(About my parents farm)
When I was little, I didn't think I would ever learn to cook. I thought cooking was one of those menial tasks and it involved no amount of fun. Maybe because our mother never let us help her much. The best she wanted from us was that we helped her decide what to eat and that we finished … Continue reading From farm to plate(About my parents farm)
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.
My inability to deal with helplessness and a quiche recipe
If you have been reading my blog, then you may have read a couple of posts on how much I miss my homeland.It looks like I am never going to get over this feeling. Well, there is so much to love about the place where you grew up and where you have such wonderful memories. … Continue reading My inability to deal with helplessness and a quiche 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.
Touchy-feely Mother’s Day post!
It's Mother day in the UK on this Sunday (6th March). And just about two years and a week ago, I was still pregnant with a rather huge bump and only tossing and turning on the bed wondering when the bun was going to come out of the oven. I was excited, nervous and happy all … Continue reading Touchy-feely Mother’s Day post!
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!