“A book should be an axe to chop open the frozen sea inside us.” ― J.M. Coetzee, Summertime. Days packed with reading and nibbling treats are nothing less than amazing. This year started with Summer Reading Challenge (from 1st Dec 2013 to 28th Feb 2014) and still continues in my part of the world. I found this… Continue reading Bibliophile’s affair with Golden cake
Munch, Munch… Hello everyone ! Glad to have discovered a good old recipe… Hold that thought. All the while, I had been baking a mix of whatever heaps I hit. So it struck me that I try to follow a proper recipe and turned out amazing.
Christmas is ‘round the corner and kids seem to be actively picking up vibes from around. My son’s brekkie had a new addition and his response was “Heyyyy Wow..What’s that? Santa’s cap! “
On evenings at home, things turn Seinfeldy and everyone loves Raymond. Then I poke my nose into my mother-in-law’s business of cooking who proudly owns a collection of master-class recipes. Although I try to grasp her knack of fine culinary skills, her sumptuous treats outnumber my zealous trials; and my culinary resume has one and… Continue reading Pack your knives for “Paneer-stuffed paratha”
Spreading my love with my chocolate-y & nutty Brownie recipe to all my friends. Each time I give this away, I find no crumb left and plates are squeaky clean :). Who wants to just nibble when they are soft and gooey in the center? Follow this link http://www.parents-space.com/health-fitness/a-chocolate-y-treat-nutty-brownies/#more-5081 I love you guys. Enjoy the rest… Continue reading Good old delectable Brownie
Courteous readers, Happy Monday ! Are you lulled into a sense of safety and slimness by consuming oatmeal and find its taste unexciting right away? Or do you face tantrums while introducing oatmeal to your kid or even a fussy husband? I’m sharing a quick recipe with a combination of grain, fruit, egg,butter. I call… Continue reading A fair idea with oatmeal
Its Friday evening again and I’m still cherishing the memories of last weekend’s brunch. I’m a kind of person who loves nurturing the family, seeing those happy faces while I hate keeping leftovers in the fridge for too long. The day before, we made Naan breads (flat breads) for dinner. A whiff of aromatic flat-bread… Continue reading Our comfort weekend brunch