While I was a easygoing, fun loving, bubbly child, I had one big flaw, I had (and still have ) an evil temper. I was far
Lunch time in school was special. Small recess and long recess. 2 lunch boxes/ dabbas to carry. One with a small snack a
When you have parents who work, there is a certain advantage, they both bring home 'khau' ( snacks) on their way home fr
Or to call it by it's real name, Theeya Dhosakaya Pulusu Pachadi'.
We'll come back to the tongue twister in a bit!
Of late M and I reminisce a lot about our brief stay in Bangalore.. and of course we end up talking of the awesome food
When I was little, we did not have whole wheat bread, multi-grain bread or maybe we did , we were unaware and as far as
"And what are you making for dessert?" I asked"Sweet curd" she said."Adding yogurt culture to sweet milk ?" I asked" Na
Every little girl is a princess, don't you think? And more so on her birthday.
My son calls her Tai (meaning elder sis
How often have you seen a child straining at his/ her Mother's hand and demanding something .. anything? How often have
I keep making a resolution to eat right. Eat sensibly, cut carbs, reduce gluten, I even explored the idea of going grain
Of late I have been using the laptop VERY sparingly. Things were going crazy around me. Though a most useful thing to h
I was about to miss MLAA-60. Well thank goodness for a Quick curry ( and bad pictures).
Summer has set in (and how!) so
On a recent visit to the library to return movies and books ( and paying a fine for late returns) I picked up a cook boo
Saturdays were special. I had half day school. oh! it was a curse getting up early to go , in the first place.
The fourth day is PADWA or VARSHAPRATIPADA which marks the coronation of King Vikramaditya and Vikaram-Samvat was starte
This Diwali, I tried a new sweet, it's called 5 cup Mithai. Just that.
It is simple, straight forward. No fuss, no ext
I am back after what seems to me, a very long break and more importantly a self imposed break. I have been busy, packin
Rosie This root finds it's way into the Indian Kitchen in so many ways! Ginger Tea... what a wonderful and natural way t
The word idli originates from the two Tamil words - "Ittu" and "Avi" (To lay and steam). Although the precise history o
I found this wonderful cook book in the public library 'Indian, delicious authentic dishes'. The authors are Shehzad Hus
Last week my friend A visited me and was also generous in letting me borrow her cook book " Hamkhass PakaSiddhi" by Mrs.