Some days Most days, I cook just to get done with a meal and don't put too much thought when my only aim is to whiz in and out of the kitchen. I always wonder how my mom did it. These days, I have far greater respect for her than she could imagine. As a working … Continue reading A simple summer spaghetti recipe and a long story
So, its almost the end of NaBloPoMo and I cannot believe that I stuck it out. For five years now I have watched blogging marathons happen in the blog world. I watched in awe, but knew I didn't have the time or the discipline to do something like this...This year, I don't even know what I was thinking … Continue reading Of the Blogging Marathon and other stuff
There's no doubt that Sage is my favourite muse and I dont tire of clicking his pictures. Those who follow my Instagram feed will know! Here's a picture of him taken in August when we traveled to Coorg. He stole this pile of weeds from the ladies who were weeding the garden.
I know I shouldn't be abandoning the blog as much as I do… but that’s the pattern I seem to follow… In august, WOW Hyderabad which is the number one local magazine of Hyderabad, did a cover feature on people from different walks of life rediscovering and enjoying the kitchen. They featured 12 people. There was an … Continue reading Tortillas from scratch and a Magazine Feature
This was one of my favourite cakes / quick breads to bake and photograph. It was wholesome, not overly sweet and full of nutritious bananas, coconut and almonds. Its taken almost 8 months to be posted on the blog, but then I never claimed to be regular here. The fondest memory of taking these pictures … Continue reading Baking ~ Whole Wheat Banana Coconut Almond Bread
The hoopla for Valentine's day is hard to miss. I've never believed in making monuments of days and dates. I would like to, like a lot of people, turn my nose up at a lot of what is now the genius of the guys up at marketing who manage to put the pressure on everyone to express your love … Continue reading Heart Centred Cupcakes
One of my favourite posts to write was the one I did post returning from a wonderful holiday inBhutan. The beautiful landscape, colours and gorgeous people, not to mention the lovely food we ate throughout the trip was enough to inspire me. Something that is severely missing on this blog, when yesterday I realised that I’d … Continue reading Recreating Bhutan thru food – Shamu Datshi (Bhutanese Mushroom and Cheese Recipe)