Homemade and semi-homemade scrumptious appetizers and snacks that are perfect for game day! Football, friends and food is what is on our collective minds this weekend. The buzz is all around us wherever we go and of course on TV too. But with the big snow storm coming our way and the chance of roads... Continue Reading →
Luscious whole wheat flat bread made with dates, milk and sesame seeds. The festival of Makar Sankrant is approaching. Makar Sankrant is celebrated in various forms all across India, on January 14th. This year my Marathi calendar shows it to be on the 15th. It marks the sun’s travel to Makar (Capricorn) zodiac, which means... Continue Reading →
I was super excited about my trip to Chennai, India and it exceeded my expectations on two major fronts- food and architecture. As you all know, I am a huge foodie and when taste, mindfulness and creativity are combined, it simply invigorates me ! And that is what happened at the Madras Pavilion at ITC’s... Continue Reading →
Autumn Glow Curry Bowl with the goodness of carnival squash, lentils and spinach in a coconut milk curry! Yum! Easy weeknight , gluten free meal.
Gluten free, vegan and protein rich sandwich that is crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy inside! Do you plan your weekly meals? It is such a good habit, but the foodie in me makes me a ‘spur of the moment’ kinda cook. Ideas for the week start forming when I see the fresh... Continue Reading →
Vegetarian, gluten free, savory corn cakes- easy and scrumptious! Vegan option included in recipe. Can you believe it is the last week of summer, already? It goes by too fast, doesn’t it? I am a summer person and love to hang on to it as long as I can. But what choice do we have?... Continue Reading →
Tricolor recipes to celebrate Indian Independence Day! Fun recipes to make and enjoy with kids! Nutritious and nectarous Overnight Oats in Coconut Milk, Tiranga Vegetarian Sandwiches, Cool Crisp Cucumber Cups stuffed with carrot koshimbir! India celebrates Independence Day on August 15th. It is a holiday celebrated in all the states but with huge pomp in New Delhi,... Continue Reading →