17th June, 2015 This week my theme for Blogging Marathon is guilt free indulgences. I am going to be blogging about the basic lifestyle changes that I have made for my family over the past few years. I love cooking
9th March, 2014 Thayir saadham is something that a South Indian would never get tired of. We finish our meal every day with Thayir saadham and it is probably the first favorite food/meal for many infants and toddlers. Thayir Saadham
16th Feb, 2014 I found some fresh radish (mullangi) in my local Indian store. The radish was very tender with fresh greens attached to it. I usually remove the greens and just buy the radish, but this time I bought
22nd Dec, 2013 This recipe is from the same book, Cuisines of India, from which I made the Tamatari Kasoori Pulao. The author, Smita Chandra has captured all the festive flavors used in the ancient India’s cooking. I would have
20th Nov, 2012 Raita is a perfect accompaniment to any gravy or rice dish. It acts as a perfect cooling agent when having a spicy meal. During one of our regular chats, my dear friend Deepa gave me this recipe.