Hearty Beef Lasagne

There’s nothing more comforting than a plate of pasta sheets separated by layers of robust and creamy sauces, loaded with cheese.
Presenting my Hearty Beef Lasagne, that’s an absolute treat to your taste buds.
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St Patrick’s Day Special

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…

Mama’s Veal Chops with Stir Fried Veggies

It’s been almost 7 months since the #beefban is going quite strong in Maharashtra and I seem to be missing it a lot more these days. I come from a family where this is our staple meat so you can imagine exactly what I’m going through right now. So please don’t judge me. I’m not too fond of animals but that doesn’t mean I enjoy killing them. I’m just a regular girl who loves her meat way too much so give me a break? 2 more days to go home. YES. Only 2 days left and now all my cravings…

Hostel Cravings

There are those days when you go “ENOUGH of this shitty food!!!!” at the hostel as you just cannot take it anymore. Yesterday was that day. Thanks to my roommate from Dubai who brought back corned beef, I managed to crack up something simple and quick( as I had only 10 minutes in the kitchen) but extremely flavoursome and delicious. Cooking on the hot plates was a task itself. For those of you who are not familiar with corned beef, it is salt cured meat that is an important part of the UK and Philippine cuisine.

The Yum Tum Spag Bol!

Nothing like a bowl of Spag Bol on a cold rainy night! Spaghetti Bolognese is one of the most lovable dishes across the world and is a wholesome meal too. Known in Italian as ragù alla Bolognese which is basically a meat-based sauce originating from Bologna, Italy… The sauce is the highlight of this dish! The earliest documented recipe of an Italian meat-based sauce known as ragù served with pasta comes from late 18th century Imola, near Bologna. In 1891, Pellegrino Artusi first published a recipe for a meat sauce characterized as being “bolognese”. While many traditional variations do exist,…