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One of the major trends this spring summer is this plain weave cotton fabric. If you are looking for something fresh to add to your wardrobe, look no further, Gingham is your print. The fabric has stood the test of time and returned with a bang. It has been a hit on the SS’17 collection … Continue reading Spot the trend – Gingham
Our Sunday mornings usually start late. Yesterday, I woke up early as it was Father’s Day and, I had already made plans. After the heavy brunch that we indulged in, I was looking forward to the late afternoon tea. Even the timer in the kitchen was ticking away excitedly. We were seated on the edge … Continue reading Chocolate cookies my dad liked
The summer frappes & coolers from Starbucks or the 'banta' from the local juice shop are quenching the thirst but, there is more help needed. It is getting sweaty and sticky when you step out in the heat. To face the summer in Delhi I need more than the hydration and SPF - the right … Continue reading Denim on Summer Palette !
The world is cognizant to chocolate and everything about it. Chocolate to me, is the friend who is there with you on a happy sunny day or the one that may be drab and grey. Invest in chocolate and chocolate makes you its own. Chocolate simply understands! My love for cocoa- "food of the gods" as they … Continue reading Oh Fudge !
Getting up late, leaving the house in a hurry, starting work at office and by lunchtime the stomach is growling with hunger. Have been there ? I have, which made me find a quick fix for my breakfast for either the busy or lazy mornings because the first meal of the day should not be missed. Recipe :- Prep … Continue reading Breakfast in a glass
There is chill in the air ! And I like to savour a fragrant cup of Ginger and Turmeric tea or any herbal or spiced tea this time of the year for all good reasons. Tea offers a wide selection, there is one for everyone. I like mine brewed with 1/4 of a teaspoon of ginger-turmeric powder … Continue reading ‘Chai’ Time
If you are a learner like me who wants to follow simple steps and get great results, then let us combine the favourites of Indian and French palates and this recipe will kick your cooking skills up a notch. Lip smacking palak paneer forms the base for the gooey and cheesy Gratin. Bake this fragrant and … Continue reading Palak Paneer Gratin