“Here was a hotel to rival the best in the world, built by an Indian – designed by an Indian architect, too – and run by an Indian.” – R.M Lala, Beyond The Last Blue Mountain One thing that happens as you grow up is that the time that you spend with family unconsciously reduces
Just like us, many of you out there are lovers of the culinary art. Food, as we believe, is not just to satiate hunger pangs – right from choosing ingredients, to the process of making, the mixing of colours and the final arrangement on the table, food photography is the art that celebrates it all.
A cosy place with a very welcoming ambience, with a little of bit of France thrown in the decor and Italy on the menu, thats Grandamama’s Cafe for you. Visited the place for lunch with a friend to celebrate my birthday, and I didn’t mind waiting for an hour, as it was absolutely worth it.
Planning a wedding for your loved ones is quite a pleasant feeling, isn’t it? You want to organise the best wedding ever for them. You feel that others who have done it before, are not even half as brilliant, creative and organised as you are.You feel that you know everything about throwing a wonderful wedding party
When in school, my kids always waited for winter vacations in their Dadi’s (Grandmother) house in Dehradun, for a simple reason of getting scrumptious breakfast of Daal Ke Parathe with Makkhan (fresh white butter) and mint Chutney every morning. Each day the stuffing was made of different daal to give the twist to the taste. Kitchen hustles
Ingredients: 1 lb ground chicken/lamb 1 onion, minced 1 onion sliced in round 1 tablespoon ketchup 1 tablespoon sun dried tomatoes, sliced thinly (optional) 1/4th cup garlic, chopped 1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1/2 teaspoon tabasco sauce 1/2 teaspoon honey mustard cheddar cheese cut into cubes 2-3 lettuce leaves Method: Wash the minced meat well and
Diwali is such an amazing festival. The streets are full of beautiful lights and crackers, and house is full of people and the sweets. We get the traditional sweets like laddu, jalebi or Kaju barfi from our neighbours but relatives living outside India usually come with bags full of designer and fancy sweets. Diwali is
Falafel is usually made with chickpeas and/or fave beans and fried into round balls or patties. They are served with pita bread or any flat breads and hummus or tahini based sauces. I make my own version of falafel – with green lentils instead and adding other nutrient dense ingredients. I don’t know if we