And I am back to blogging! It feels really strange to accept the fact that I have been ignoring the blog since long but I can easily put the blame on the rough times me and my extended family had been through (more about that in my next post)! And while life could be really […]
Chembur, a place where my mother was born and brought up, obviously holds a very special place in my heart. I have many fond memories of the times when our school holidays were all about visiting our naani’s home and being pampered by grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins. During Ganpati festival, my maasi (Mother’s sister), […]
A Summary Of Sindhi Cuisine !
The recipe of this wonderful Tomato soup is highly inspired by Mansi’s Restaurant style tomato soup. Ingredients: Tomatoes (red and ripe) 6-8 ( I used 7 medium sized as seen in pic) Onion 1, finely chopped 3 cloves 3 -4 black pepper corns 1 bay leaf 5 cloves of garlic 1/2 inch of dalchini […]
Memories are myopic? Are they?? Well I don’t completely agree to this belief, since I am amongst those who dwell in beautiful past. I hate to look at reprehensible stuff around me, but unfortunately I am always forced to throw myself in pits of gloom, corruption, political vested interests and rising prices and declining bank […]
People are so worried about what they eat between Christmas and the New Year, whereas they should actually worry about what they eat between the New Year and Christmas.~Author Unknown Well i am not worrying about what i ate between New year and Christmas 2008,but i am Sharing some of my Favorites,amongst the numerous food […]
Few days back I was STUDYING with my kid and preparing him for his exams.And all the mothers (ok.. fathers too) know how many questions are bounced at us by our little wonders, during such study sessions So while revising his Gk syllabus he asked me what does goats eat….I replied Grass Pat came another […]
China Grass or Agar Agar is nothing but a Vegetable ‘gelatine’ derived from a number of seaweeds (Gelidium amansii) which are processed by boiling and drying. Agar-agar is used as a quick-setting base for many sweets and desserts in Asia. Refrigerators are a luxury many people in Asia do not have, and agar-agar’s chief […]