Holi – The Festival of Spring

Hello friends, if we call India, the country of festivals, than it wouldn’t be very far from the truth. Spanning from North to South, East to West, we celebrate so many festivals that we just can’t finish it by counting on our fingers. These bevy of festival may be religious, national, social or local inContinue reading “Holi – The Festival of Spring”

All about a salad!!

Hello friends, hope you all are well and hearty. Yesterday, at dinner, I prepared a colourful salad inspired by the salsa recipe. It turned out so good that I immediately decided to share it with you. So photos are duly captured before my family could start gorging on them. Believe me, the veritable feast ofContinue reading “All about a salad!!”

Makar Sankranti

Friends, 14th January is a very special day for Indians. While whole of India celebrate it as ‘makar sankranti, the harvest festival celebrated under many names across India.Punjabis celebrate it as Lohri, in the night of 13th January. They light bonfire and dance ‘gidda’ and ‘bhangra’ around it and savour sweets like rewari, laddus andContinue reading “Makar Sankranti”

All about “Blue Tea”

Hello friends, have you ever tasted blue tea? I did a month back when we’re visiting my brother in law’s place. Over the phone, he always kept boasting about his new found tea recipe and it’s antioxidant, immune enhancer and various healing properties. You might be wondering, how is it prepared? Actually the blue teaContinue reading “All about “Blue Tea””

The New Bride and Her First Guest

Hello friends, I have brought back yet another episode of the new bride regarding, how she tackled her very first guest, who had almost self invited himself for a Sunday lunch! Why? It was plain curiosity to find out how she is fairing in her newly acquired status of a homemaker. About my intention, toContinue reading “The New Bride and Her First Guest”

Food for Thought.

Hello friends, on the world food day I want to reblog the old post of mine. It’s a truth that if governments and common citizens properly chart out the consumption and distribution of surplus food to the hungry persons, a problem of people going without proper food can be solved. What it really needs isContinue reading “Food for Thought.”

Enjoying a Rainy Day.

Hello friends, the above photo taken by me through my bedroom window, would tell you that at present I’m relishing a rainy day. In India we are almost into the autumn season which literally starts from 23rd September and lasts till 21st December. At this time generally the sky remains pristine blue with cotton likeContinue reading “Enjoying a Rainy Day.”

Food Safety ……and us.

Hello friends, as we know that the safety and hygiene of the food we consume is very much essential for our general well being. To emphasize it’s importance the UN has proclaimed June 7, as World Food Safety Day since 2018.The origin of the current pandemic is said to be the wet market of Wuhan(ifContinue reading “Food Safety ……and us.”

The Cook and his Clueless Wife.

Hello friends, in present environment we all seem to be bogged down by the circumstances, one way or the other. Whenever I came across something funny, I always wished to share it with you. We must all have to make an effort to draw as much fun and happiness from life as we could. So,Continue reading “The Cook and his Clueless Wife.”

All about Tandoori Tea

Friends, do you know the word almost synonymous with the Indian food? If guessed, tandoori, than you are spot on! Although tandoori is Punjabi way of searing the assortments of spiced foodstuffs ranging from chicken,  paneer, mutton or lamb. The marinated pieces are skewered in long seekh (iron rods) then roasted by putting them directlyContinue reading “All about Tandoori Tea”

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