2014 has taken off and how! Other than the workshops at Saffron Trail Kitchen, I was called in for some corporate workshops on healthy cooking in Feb, in which I had a lot of fun, interacting with a variety of audiences. Pic courtesy: Harsha Priolkar March started off with me having a stall selling
This is one cake recipe you must keep in your recipe folder – a simple easy eggless chocolate cake.
Yesterday, I had the 3rd edition of my bread baking workshop – Breaking Bread. We made a rocket-basil-yellow cherry tomato pizza from scratch. Fluffy golden Mumbai pav was served with bhaaji. The cinnamon rolls we made today were turned extra special by adding raisins and orange zest soaked in brand
These lemon and blueberry muffins are my kid’s favourite! Do try it out with frozen blueberries that you get in most supermarkets these days in the frozen products section.
What’s the connection between a little black dress, a good pair of blue jeans and a chocolate cake recipe? Like the importance of a good pair of jeans or a little black dress (okay, may be not) in the wardrobe, everyone needs a good, reliable chocolate cake recipe in their cooking repertoire. A choc
“If I hear “I’m hungry” one more time, I’m going to check myself into a nearby hotel and switch off my mobile phone!” That’s me telling my four year old, who tells me he’s hungry every 15 minutes and the minute I rustle up something, he conveniently forgets about his hunger and runs off to rebuild
This Diwali, I didn’t get down to making any of the traditional goodies. And I managed to find a valid excuse. Being down with the worst cough episode of the year during the festive season is such a dampener. But when loving neighbours get you home-made goodies, you can’t help but muster some enthus
I was looking for something blow-your-socks off sinful to make this Diwali to take to a friends’ place tonight and also for the kids in my complex for the Diwali Party. And thank you, Pinterest, for leading me to the right place. I found this piece of awesomeness on this blog and one look at her pi
A recipe for a Yogurt and Berry Tart to commemorate Julia Child’s 100th birthday. A deliciously different tart with a yogurt filling and oatmeal crust.
The high point of July was this artisan bread-baking workshop most generously organised by Breadworks Boulangerie. We were hand held (literally) through this process of bread kneading, shaping and baking by master artisan baker, Maurice Chaplais from UK. It was so much fun messing around with flour,
These brownies were baked twice over the weekend. These are the sort that make people have a bite and go ‘swooooon’ or fall in love with you, or both. If you’ve been a follower of my blog, you know that I rarely use superlatives. I had blogged another simple brownie recipe a few years ago and I call
My three year old son and me have a morning routine nowadays. After his drink of milk, we go to the garden and check if there’s any red peeking out of the strawberry patch. If we didn’t do this, the squirrels and ants, who have been blessed with a better foraging sense than us human beings, will get