As the name implies, this is a French recipe. I have attempted another such French cake – the French Yoghurt cake which turned out equally well. I will be posting the recipe for that soon. Now, the real reason I … Continue reading
Carrot is my favourite vegetable since childhood. I just love this in any form. I used to love it as a mixed vegetable with green peas and french beans and as a dessert like Carrot Halwa. But more recently, I … Continue reading
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Boundaries.” This image, which I took in our most frequented Metro station when we need to go to Delhi, I feel defines this theme somehow. Hope you agree. Please leave your comments.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Today Was a Good Day.” I had been to Chanakyapuri in Delhi to attend a Momo food fest which was set in an outdoor location on the compounds of a Clubhouse. Although … Continue reading
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Monochromatic.” The green tones in this image taken of my apartment entrance I feel define this theme.
Today, being a Public Holiday, I didn’t have office today. So, this gave me ample reason to celebrate. I wanted to cook something special for lunch. I am really fond of Bengali cuisine and so from time to time, I … Continue reading
The term gratin, in French, originally referred to the tasty crust left behind in a pan after baking, which was scraped off and eaten as a bonus for the chef. Now, cooking something au gratin can mean preparing a dish … Continue reading
I just made this most amazing soup the other day which I can’t stop raving about. It was the weekend and we both wanted to have something light for dinner and so we decided soup and breadsticks would be it! … Continue reading
After the success of my maiden attempt of Hyderabadi Mutton Dum Biryani, I was eager than ever to prepare it again for a special Sunday lunch affair, this time with Chicken. Now, preparing this dish has ceased to be a … Continue reading