Move over Savina Habanero! The Indian Bhut Jolokia is here!
My favourite passtime is getting into a bookstore like Crossword or Landmark and spending hours browsing around. No marks for guessing which my favourite section is. Nowadays bookstore chains in India encourage to you to… [Continue Reading]
Are you surprised when I ask you to send me your favourite Christmas breakfast for Weekend Breakfast Blogging # 8? It can be as decadent as you like it to be. Whatever is your favourite on the menu this Christmas, is going to be a part of the round up
I’ve silently been watching entries for WBB # 7 fill and overflow from my mailbox. In fact I didn’t open it for the last few days, just to wait and see how many turn in. 34 plus one of mine ( plus two that I fished from technorati) is a deluge and sorry folks for not writing summaries or intros for these. I decided to spend the time posting pictures instead. As they say, a picture is equal to a 1000 words
Thanks to Kalyn for letting me host the 59th edition of WHB, the herb and veggie tsunami that’s taking over the food blogging world. Entries kept POURING in and it took me till now to just compile it all. And please forgive me if I’ve forgotten to include any of your entries
Winter is a time when the warmth and aromas from your kitchen can cheer up the whole family. The theme for WBB# 7 is Baking for Breakfast. Breads, cakes with fruits and nuts, muffins – you get the idea? Sweet, savoury, spicy, you have a variety of options to explore!
From 4 to 20 in 2 days….Were this an ad for a bike, I’m sure it would have been the biggest flop of the century. But I’m talking about WBB # 6 and I must thank all my dear readers for making me a happy hostess. Until 29th October, I’d received just 4 entries, that too including my own 😉 . I said to myself – May be the theme was way off, way too complicated but now what- I must do a round up anyway. It’ll be more like a private party, but so what? And then the entries started pouring in, enough to keep me browsing and typing for a good 3 hours. A big vote of thanks to all my Twisted Sisters
Its happened on so many Sundays that we end up going to a new place to eat, and on our way back, I say,_ ‘Isse toh achcha hum ghar par hi khaate’ -_Loosely translated, it means, we would have been better off eating at home. Either the food wouldn’t be all that great or the server would have been off-putting. A Chinese meal at made at home is fast, flavourful and filling. How’s that for an alliteration?
WBB is on its 4th Fortnight. I shall be travelling from 30th August and Pavani from Cook’s Hideout has very kindly volunteered to take over hosting for WBB # 4
————— Market: Vile Parle East Vegetable Market, Mumbai, India Located on the station road with 70 odd stalls, vendors sell all kinds of vegetables, fruits, herbs. Only fresh produce is sold here
Thank you friends for sending me your entries for Weekend Breakfast Blogging # 3. I have three new bloggers participating this fortnight: