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Simmi Sareen
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The Last Hurrah
May and June are my favourite months of year food-wise. It's when all the best fruits are in season at the same time. For about a month, I go crazy eating my fill of fresh peaches, plums, cherries, litchis and apricots. Then monsoons kick in and all the fru...
The Last Hurrah
The Last Hurrah
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Nori Granola
The first time I heard of nori granola, I was instantly impressed by how brilliant the idea is. The recipe by Heidi Swanson , one of my favourite bloggers, combines the salty seaweed with a whole lot of complementing and contrasting flavours. There are oats...
Nori Granola
Nori Granola
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A River Flows Through It
Chiplun isn’t your typical middle of
nowhere. In fact, it is the exact midpoint on the drive from Mumbai to Goa, a
fact that comes up within the first minute of you mentioning the tiny town to
anyone living in these two cities. I had a different reason to v...
A River Flows Through It
A River Flows Through It
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Olive Oil Cake
The other day, Food52 published a story on their most popular genius dessert ever. And it turned out not to be something faffy or chocolate-y or fruity. Instead, it was the plain and humble olive oil cake . I've never baked with olive oil though I have used...
Olive Oil Cake
Olive Oil Cake
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Black Bean Soup
I first saw this black bean soup on David Lebovitz's blog about a month back. I made it almost immediately and loved it. Then I made it again and then I made it a third time. I have been tinkering with the recipe and while I think the soup is now perfect an...
Black Bean Soup
Black Bean Soup
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Easy Peasy Chocolate Mousse
Valentine's Day is just a day away which means that right now, you are in one of the two categories. You either planned ahead and have dinner reservations at a trendy restaurant and a box of chocolates tucked away to bring out at the right moment. Or you ar...
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Ten Years of Blogging
It was the evening of 3rd February, 2008. I had just baked my first cookie , and I was mighty proud of myself. This was the time before smartphones so I found my point and shoot camera and took a picture of the chocolate shortbread. Then, not knowing what t...
Ten Years of Blogging
Ten Years of Blogging
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Farm to Fork in Chail
Back in 19th century, when Shimla was the summer capital of India, the Maharaja of Patiala got the British rulers riled over his dalliances and got banned from entering the city. Not the one to be put down so easily, he found a tiny little town about an hou...
Farm to Fork in Chail
Farm to Fork in Chail
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Fruits of the Forest
I know there hasn't been a new recipe on these pages for a while. But worry not, I'm back with a real zinger. Earthy, creamy, crunchy - this is an appetizer that ticks all the right boxes. And if you happen to be a mushroom lover like me, this is the best w...
Fruits of the Forest
Fruits of the Forest
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A Bowlful of Comfort
I have a friend who is quite the globetrotter. Lunches at her place, often right after her trips, are a treasure trove of global flavours. But the last time we met, she was just back from Tamil Nadu and out she brought a bowl of curd rice. I love curd rice ...
A Bowlful of Comfort
A Bowlful of Comfort
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