Chocolate Fondants have always been an all-time favourite dessert. They are also known as lava cakes and chocolate molten cakes all over the world. The United States-based chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten claims to have invented molten chocolate cake in New York City in 1987, but the French chef and chocolatier Jacques Torres has disputed that claim, arguing that such a dish already existed in France. They are often considered as “naughty” foods. Now I get why! 😉 On the first day of this great Indian festival-Diwali, I decided to do a little twist to it. My Limited Edition: C
A Classic Roast Chicken is a traditional British meal. You will find it on the table at every big occasion. It has always been the perfect food to have on a cold winter day keeping the soul warm. The wonderful aroma you get from it cannot be compared to anything else. Inspired by the Great Jamie Oliver, I decided to do my own variation of a classic roast chicken done with chicken pieces instead.
Here is my journey on becoming the next Indian Pasta Lady. The Italians have always been close to my heart. Love the way they cook with so much of love. This is a baked pasta dish with all the possible veggies and beef mince! And some raw meat cutlets to go with it…
I seem to be doing good justice to my kitchen these days. Every morning when I wake up, the first thing I think about is, what am I going to do today? The ideas keep flowing from my head. Hence, I think it’s time I put them to good use! I’ve always been known by my close family and friends for my “Christmas Time Rum Balls”. This is something I take great pride in making and now I’ve done a little twist to it. It is the perfect dessert for all you crazy chocoholics. Have a blast!
It will never grow old. Been around for god knows how many years now and serving the exact kind of food it used to even then, Kyani & Co is one place you do not want to miss out on when on a trip to this foodie city. Standing strong since all these years, in one of the most prestigious areas of Mumbai, it is everything it seems to be. One of the famous hangout spots for Xavierites who study just down the road. This maybe because of the fact that it is extremely pocket friendly. We somehow managed to…
I call it another home. Don’t even ask how many times I end up having a bite at this happening college-centric hangout. Being opposite St Andrew’s College, it never gets a break. Kids are hungry 24/7 and when they are satisfied, you’ll find a whole bunch of middle-aged folks taking back some food after a tired day of work. It never ends and hence the food standard keeps getting better. Today, I stopped by with my cousin for a quick munch and to my surprise I found not to many people around (which is a good thing!)
It was a rainy day. We were bored. Craving for meat like always. And there was one place that everyone was talking about ever since I’ve arrived to Mumbai. Located in one of the gullies behind the busy Hill Road, it took us a while to find the place and luckily none of us have cars here otherwise we wouldn’t have known where to park them. When you enter the doors of Imbiss, classic rock and old school music gets straight into your ears, taking you back to the past where people would come in to have their schnelle mahlzeit…
Just got back from Goa two months back and there’s only certain things you do there. Sun, sand, booze and foooooood. Yes that’s what I’m talking about!!!! When you think of what to eat in Goa, the last thing on your mind would be “boring” continental food but hold on to that thought. Cause you’ll just go crazy with the pork chops, pastas and other sensational stuff at the Backyard.
I am a writer based in Bangalore, just graduated in Journalism from Sophia College For Women, Mumbai but recently discovered my passion for baking. I LOVE my desserts more than anything else in this world! I'm currently working towards living my culinary dream. For work or collaborations, you can connect with me on firstname.lastname@example.org