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Friday, August 22, 2014

[Recipe Redux] Quick Bread Tartlets with Spinach, Egg and Sun Dried Tomato Filling


It’s 22nd of the month again and that means, it is time for another edition of Recipe Redux and time to share a new recipe that fits the theme. Don't these bread tartlets look super cute? It doesn't take much time to make. Go on, bring out those day old bread slices and jazz them into such pretty savory bites. The variations for filling are countless and it just depends on the ingredients available plus your imagination.  


Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Guava Lemonade for Sparkling Himalayan Contest (IFBM 2014)


If you are in a mood for a perfectly balanced mocktail, then look no further. Today's recipe - Guava Lemonade is exactly that and much more. There is sweetness from guava puree, citrus notes from lemon juice, a hint of spice from hajmola powder and mint for a fresh herby feel. The Sparkling Himalayan binds everything together into a drink that will make you sink a little deeper into your seats with a sigh of refreshing contentment. :-) Try it and let me know how it turned out to be. 


Saturday, August 9, 2014

Look, I was at IFBM (Indian Food Blogger Meet) | August 2014


It has been almost a week since #IFBM2014 happened. I am still feeling the joy & warmth that fills you up inside after meeting a bunch of talented bloggers, who inspired me over the past many years. Their blogs were the faces I knew until yesterday. Now, I can proudly call them my friends!. Blogging will never be the same for me again and this event is hands-down the BEST thing that took place in my seven years of blogging. This post is my attempt to chronicle and put words to my experience at IFBM. I know for sure that when I look back at these photographs couple of years down the line, I will still smile with glee and cherish all of its memories!.  


Wednesday, July 23, 2014

The Bengali Food Festival at Trident, Hyderabad


Many of my friends ask: Why do you write about food? My answer to them is simple - I cook or I blog about food as eating has always been my most reliable way of understanding the world!. Reveling in a delightful morsel of rice or well made bread gives me immense happiness and it restores a sense of familiarity. And I truly love that feeling.  Today's post is about my experience tasting a myriad of dishes made as a part of tasting event for Bengali Food Festival at Trident, Hyderabad. This is my first time experiencing the cuisine in such close quarters. Being a vegetarian, read on to know more on what I got to taste from a land popular for Maach (fish) and Bhaat (rice)!


Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Happy Hour Recipe Redux | Curry Leaves Mojito


Do we need a particular season (read as summer) to enjoy a good cocktail? Of course not! Today's recipe - Curry Leaves Mojito is one such tastefully created drink recipe with an Indian twist and which will surely become a showstopper of your next party. It is time to showoff your uber trendy and impressive cocktail making skills with much flair and gusto. Read more to know how..


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