Oct
31

Chicken Lasagna

Chicken Lasagna I’ve never gone for cooking classes, my cooking is all what I learnt at home seeing my mom, MIL, and friends cook. I know my limitations and hence never come out of a restaurant thinking how I can make this dish at home! I cannot follow cookbook recipes – the dishes are a… Continue reading »

Oct
21

Recipe: Misal Paav

When you grow up in Mumbai there are 2 things that become your absolute favourites – Vada Paav and Misal. If a person claims to be a true Mumbaiite and has not heard about these two items, be rest assured he/she will get condescending looks from the rest!  If you wish to have the best… Continue reading »

Oct
20

Recipe: Bread Poha

Have you ever given it a thought that mothers ought to be given the award for being the best inventors. The reason is the food items they come up with so as to ensure their kids have some novelty to look forward to in their meal items every time. Tough task on hand but they… Continue reading »

Oct
20

Recipe: Thalipith

  I have often mentioned on this blog that I love cooking but hate spending too much time in the kitchen. This was ingrained in me since childhood as I observed my mother – a working woman and a fantastic cook. So through this space  will share some quick fix recipes for snacks and main… Continue reading »

Oct
14

Hope

Circa – 1989 India Vs Pakistan. The little boy wonder, all of 16 at the crease in Sialkot – final test – India looking to seek a draw. Knocked out by a bouncer, shirt full of blood, refused medical assistance and hit a solid 57. In the process along with Sidhu, helped India draw a… Continue reading »

Oct
11

Swiss Chronicles – Interlaken

This post was selected for Blogadda’s Tangy Tuesday Picks Interlaken is the hidden treasure in Swissland – 2 lakes, the tallest mountain peak and waterfalls! You get to see it all in this little town and when you visit these sites you know God must’ve spent a lot of time designing this nature’s wonder. We… Continue reading »

Oct
11

The True Hero of the CWG Games

The True Hero is the faceless Indian as Anuradha Bakshi points in her blogpost  ‘Salute-them-we-must’ Must Read for every Indian. We sit in our plush offices, our fancy cars and houses and criticize out loud when the media hypes CWG disasters. We forget the people who worked at a price that you pay for your coffee at Barista… Continue reading »

Oct
10

A New Abode

Time to begin something new. From the rented home to self-owned. Lots of posts held up as I was doing up this new place or rather this awesome gal who helped me decorate it! Suja what would I’ve done without you! This is my space – my crazy world. Welcome.