In an Indian household, the two most important rooms are usually, the puja or prayer room and the kitchen. While, the puja room has never quite been an interest of mine, the kitchen has been my haven for as long as I can remember. As a young girl, I would often sit on the grey granite counter top in … More Unsung Warrior Of The Indian Kitchen: The Humble Masala Dabba
Since the lockdown, my energy levels and motivation have been at a dead end, so to speak. The idea alone, of getting any work done is jarring and exhaustion without lifting a finger is the current state of affairs. So, looking at my lethargic demeanour, my aunt decided it was probably due to the fact … More Casting Off Evil Eye With Simple Kitchen Ingredients
Since the world was plagued by a tiny organism, deadly enough to kill millions, our outlook towards food, much like all other aspects of our lives has changed drastically. Previous food conversations revolved around tantrums of the likes and dislikes of all family members and on most occasions, the refusal to consume vegetables like bottle … More What Is Covid-19 Teaching Us About Food?
How many times have you picked up a fancy food magazine and wondered how the food looks so beautifully plated, without a single element out of place? The simplest of dishes look like royalty, while your fanciest creation does not even look close to picturesque. Plating a dish is an art, and as important as … More Tips & Tricks: How To Step Up Your Plating Game
The city of sails is known for a number of things. It’s scenic beauty, friendly people and ofcourse the food culture. The variety of food and cuisine within the city is astounding, right from local stalls to high end award winning restaurants, the city encompasses everything a foodie can dream of. But, in the eyes … More Eat Your Way Through Auckland CBD On A Student Budget