Thanksgiving Dinner- Courtyard by Marriott

Okay, so being back after 6 long months isn’t a very good idea. But there are something that move you so much, that one has to mention. They become a part of you! ‘A part of your memory box’. I’m sure we all have a memory box. Filled with some happy memories, some sad, some…

Aam Panna

The Summer Special Series. With summer season, one craves for mangoes. Be it in the yellow ripe form or even the green mango, popularly called ‘Kairi’ or Kacha Aam in India. All throughout the summer, green and yellow mangoes are readily available and one of the favorite rejuvenating drink that we make with green mangoes…

Lemon Mojito

The Summer Special Series. Its that time of the year when a Mumbaikar wants to run away to some hill station. Its summer!! And Mumbai tends to get really humid and sweat percolates drenching you wet. We then wait for rains to come,as that’s the only time when a sigh of relief is heard. Midst…

Sweet Tooth

Sweetness galore. We Indians are fans of sweet. Sweets have always been an integral part of our lives and from ages. If a new baby is born, we celebrate that joy with sweets. If a child in one’s house is passed with flying colours, the mother makes sweet. If we buy a new house, a…

Holi Special

The festival of colors. Happy Holi!! With festival of colors approaching, I have a sweet dish to share. The festival of colours, popularly known as Holi in India is a spring festival. It is celebrated with utter enthusiasm in the western and northern parts of India. This festival falls on a full moon day and…

Paneer Roll

The different roll. You must have heard of spring roll, where vegetables like cabbage, capsicum and carrots are used as filling. But how about a paneer roll? Had been thinking about this recipe for quite some time now. I didn’t want to make the exact same dish but wanted to try something different. A different…

Vegetable Salad

The vegetable dressing. I have been away for a month now. Where was I? What was I doing? I again had entered into a hibernating mode. Hibernating mode part 2. But I never stopped thinking about food and making new recipes, it’s just that I kept procrastinating. A very deadly disease that just shuts your…

Bengal Gram Curry

The slurpy Curry. Chana daal or Bengal gram, is a yellow lentil. This multipurpose lentil is used in making gram flour (besan) or the base of a curry as a paste form or chutney as a side dish. We Indians include many types of grams in our diet. Right from split to whole red gram,…

145 Kala Ghoda

145, Kala Ghoda. An ‘All Day Cafe & Bar’. Rightly said ‘noon to moon’! Interesting isn’t? The place seemed old yet ambiance was good and so was the menu, with Indian dishes combined with a western touch. I really liked their serving’s style! Unlike the contemporary plates they had marble boards which was new and…

Butter Spice (Masala) Corn

The spicy corn. It’s been a quite some time posting my last recipe. After which I entered into hibernating mode 😛 and I never really got the mood or had time to write a recipe. Then there were my MBA exams. Oh, I didn’t say that I was pursuing MBA, did I? Yes I am pursuing…

Potato French Fries with Oregano Seasoning

The potato snack. French fries. This is one snack that is equally popular both in the West and the East. One food that anybody just can’t deny. It’s usually the classic salted that we all eat. As a kid, whenever I went to McDonald’s, French fries was compulsory be it with burger or plain coke.