Some days you feel lazy. So lazy that you can’t even get yourself to go make lunch. The fact of having to make 3-4 dishes to keep your family happy scares you and then you think of this not-so-new concept anymore- BRUNCH. It sounds fancy enough to all at home and the best part is […]
Bidding farewell to the platform that helped me grow and find my niche-baking.
I’m ever grateful to the entire team for all the support they have given me all these months.
Also, sharing my Diwali inspired Pistachio & Chocolate Cookies recipe so read on to know more 🙂
From the very first day I was introduced to this sauce, I couldn’t stop eating it.
Rich and creamy with the right balance of salt. It’s indeed a delicious indulgence.
Read all about my love affair with Salted Caramel Chocolate?
Sharing two simple recipes below 🙂
It’s that time of the year when you’d see parades, dancing, good food and everything around you being green in Ireland. But what’s interesting to know is that it’s no more just a festival for the Irish as what used to be a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland has now become an international festival that is celebrated all across the globe. St Patrick’s Day celebrated every year on the 17th of March is an official Christian feast day and hence even though it falls in Lent every year, this is one day all restrictions on eating…
Two more days to #Christmas. This season has been ever so exciting. So much to eat, drink and make merry. I’ve been gorging on all the possible treats you can think of but there’s one of them that’s been an all-time favourite and that is Rose Cookies. Rose Cookies are a delicious festive delicacy and each community have their own way of making them. This is the Mangalorean style and they are spectacular! I will be sharing a precious recipe of my grandmum’s cook- Regina who makes these for her every year. This year I helped her make them and…