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
Weekend Breakfast Blogging Update
————— 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
Indian Carrot Peanut Salad
Rum and Raisin Rice Pudding, a slightly fancier version of our Indian kheer – get the recipe here. Super simple!
Krishna Pooja in my own little way Gokulashtami is the birthday of Lord Krishna and it is celebrated by Hindus all over India in their own way. In our homes, it is intimately related to food as a variety of fried sweet and savoury snacks… [read more]
Thank you friends for sending me your entries for Weekend Breakfast Blogging # 3. I have three new bloggers participating this fortnight:
Get the details on equipment, method and video on how to make your cup of filter coffee, because everyone loves a tumbler of piping hot, aromatic and strong filter coffee!