Hello everyone, Yes, it has been an awfully long time since I have been away. Thank you to those who have missed me, checked on me and encouraged me to come back. It means a lot and thank you for … Continue reading
Posted in Indian, Quick meals, Rice
Tagged authentic indian food blog, cooking rice images, cranberry cauliflower peas pulao, cranberry pilaf, cumin seeds, dinner, dried cranberry recipes, food, food blogs, food photography and food styling, food photography in black and white, food photography singapore, home made food, indian food recipes, indian healthy food recipes, one pot meal, pumpkin seed recipes, pumpkin seeds, recipes, rice with vegetables, singapore food blogs, star anise, step by step cranberry pilaf pulao recipes, step by step indian cooking recipes from blogs, step by step pulao recipes, sunflower seed recipes, sunflower seeds in rice, traditional indian pulao recipes, vegetable pilaf, vegetable pulao, Vegetarian, vegetarian recipes from blogs
It has been many months since my last post. A friend rightly pointed out that it’s that perfectionist attitude in me which is causing this inertia – I want the food to be perfect and the photographs to be styled … Continue reading
Posted in Indian, Kids, Snacks, Starters, Vegetarian
Tagged aaloo tikki with beetroot recipes, beetroot cutlet recipes, beetroot cutlets, beetroot kids recipe, beetroot kids snack, beetroot tikkis, beetroot with potatoes and peas tikkis, grated beetroot recipes, healthy indian kids snack, how to make kids eat beetroot, indian snack recipes, quick indian snack recipes, quick indian snacks, quick snack recipes, recipe from blogs, tasty beetroot recipes, vegetable cutlet recipes, vegetarian snack recipes, yummy beetroot recipes
Corn on the cob Submitting this image to Black and White Wednesdays #42 conceptualized by Susan of The Well-Seasoned Cook and hosted by Roma at Roma’s space.
Posted in BWW
Tagged black and white food images, black and white photography, Corn, corn on the cob, corn on the street, corn seller, food, food in black and white, food photography, food photography in black and white, images of food, photography, street food, street photography, Travel, vacation
“The beautiful thing about learning is that nobody can take it away from you.” – B.B.King. Learning is such an enriching experience. It never stops. The more you learn, the more you want to learn. I truly believe that it’s … Continue reading
Posted in Baking, Dessert
Tagged baking, baking breads, banana dessert recipe, banana raisin bread, banana raisin walnut bread, desserts, easy banana bread recipe, food, food blogs, food photography, little inspiration, nigella lawson recipes, raisin dessert recipes, recipe from blog, s, self discovery, true happiness, walnut and raisin bread
Wine and company Submitting these images to Black and White Wednesdays #40 conceptualized by Susan of The Well-Seasoned Cook and hosted by Anusha of Tomato Blues. She will be doing the roundup of BWW #40 on 11th July, 2012.
Black Lentils, Ma ki Dal, Dal Makhani, Kaali Dal or Urad Dal with skin – This Dal as you can tell has so many different names and that probably only indicates how widely loved and popular it is! Growing up, … Continue reading
Posted in Dal / Lentils, Indian, Main course, Vegetarian
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Cooking rice : the traditional way for a ceremony. Sending these 2 images to Susan of the well seasoned cook who is hosting Black and White Wednesdays (#39) next week.
A bunch of tired and restless kids wait patiently. Or at least, appear to. After what seems like an endless wait, the moment arrives. School bells ring intensely thereby declaring the end of a long day. Silence gives way to … Continue reading
Posted in Bengali cuisine, Indian, Snacks, Starters, Vegetarian
Tagged bhaja masla snack recipes, chatpata ghugni recipe, coriander leaves, dried peas curry recipe, easy easy indian snacks recipes, easy indian recipes, ghoogni snack recipe, ghugni recipe, indian snacks, onions, quick indian street food recipes, roasred chilli snacks, roasted cumin powder, spicy matar recipes, tangy indian snacks recipes
Mugs Dried Peas, soaked Submitting my very first entry to “Black and White Wednesdays”, an event created by Susan at “The Well-Seasoned Cook“. It will be hosted by Aparna from “My Diverse Kitchen” on the 20th of June.
It was a bright Sunday morning in the middle of May. We were deciding on the route for our morning walk ritual. The next thing I knew, we were on the way to Bedok Reservoir Park, a beautiful lush green … Continue reading