I enjoy my journey as a food blogger for some beauteous moments like this. One of afternoon’s when we were driving down to Harrowgate in July, I was casually skimming through my messages to kill some time whilst waiting in gangling traffic jams. Late Friday afternoons are not the right time to start on a long car trips.. Instead of a pleasure trip they become miserable due tail gating traffic, construction work and Rain ( most times). Anyways… The mail read Peruvian cuisine and I was really intrigued to know more about it.
It was raining Cats and Dogs on Saturday Morning..and it was decided we are having soup for lunch . The menu was so apt for the weather . An hour after it was all ready, the sun was shining bright, rain drops cleared up from my french window and kids were all excited to open up the door and start playing outdoor. Well that’s the London Weather! Totally unpredictable. Thanks to the nearly perfect weather update on BBC, H did tell me the weather will improve. I didn’t have the slightest hope though …
I have actually had a little sit with my good old laptop for editing and writing after nearly two months.Phew ! A batalion of drafts was lined up to keep my blog up from December until now. There is soo much to share, soo much write , so much to ramble and more but there was hardly any zeal left with within me to pick my camera and do the pictures. A fantastic and an extremely buzy India trip, much more than I imagined !! A collection of props and fabrics – from here & there and I am all excited to share it with all..
I am in Love with Corn ! Now its H , big boy V and Lil
Miss S !! It’s such a healthy vegetable and is right enough as a starter at
home. Being a purist, I like to enjoy it just in its original form many times..
SOmetimes with the natural flavouring – Butter + Salt. Sometimes a little more
Corn on the Cob can be had in a barbeque or in a picnic, right as a summer
Fancy Making Paneer Tikka’s and worried about not having an oven… Guess this is it… I love the healthier version but we definitely deserve indulgence occasionally… Flavours from pan made are a little more rejuvenating … But if you are looking for a smoky effect in Tikka’s ,hop in check my Paneer Tikka post to try the oven way.
Believe in your self and you will be rocking with this starter treating your family…