A recipe and a rant. A rant about unethical blogging practice.
When my daughter saw the chicken sitting in the marinade, she had a funny expression in her face, the kind that is thinking..”..eeewwww, green chicken?“, but not daring to say much as she knew this was going to be dinner. It is not [...]
The children are back to school. We had a fun & rejuvenating holiday this time, doing nothing much – waking up late in the morning, lazing around, reading, decorating together, cooking/baking & a small trip to the Polar Express Train Ride ( This was just awesome- the kids had a blast). [...]
Goan cuisine has very strong Portuguese & Iberian connections. The art of baking bread was brought to Goa by the European Missionaries. The bread came to be such an essential part of a Goan breakfast that there came a time, “towards the end of the Portuguese rule, when every village had its own local [...]
Kabab ( Also known as kebab, kabob) refers to meat dishes in the Middle East, Mediterranean, South and Central Asia, Africa, consisting of grilled meat on skewers or sticks. In America its more popularly known as Shish Kabob.
Sheekh Kabab is what it is called in India (Sheekh is the Iron Rod and Kabab [...]
Indian cuisine is characterized by the extensive use of numerous spices. Spices or Masala as it is called in Hindi, may be called the “heartbeat” of an Indian kitchen.