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Watermelon and Mint Agua Fresca

Watermelon and Mint Agua Fresca

Watermelons and Winters don’t really go hand in hand. And watermelon lovers have to come up with creative ways to indulge in their favorite fruit. Summer is nowhere close to setting in, but you don’t really need hot days to enjoy this refreshingly light, cool […]

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Kaju Katli – 2 ingredients only

Kaju Katli – 2 ingredients only

We are celebrating Diwali, one of the biggest and brightest festivals of India in all its festivity here in Denmark. Diwali celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. Diwali literally means a ‘row of lighted lamps’. The festival lasts […]

Kaddambuttu

Kaddambuttu

Kodagu or Coorg as it is popularly known, was derived from the words ‘Kod’ means ‘Give’ and ‘Avva’ means ‘mother’, referring to Mother River Cauvery, one of the seven sacred rivers of India. She graciously falls and flows among lush mountains and valleys. This cascading […]

Thambutt

Thambutt

Happy Puthari everyone!  Today, I am taking you on a journey back to my roots, my native, my happy place – Coorg.  Coorg was our home, mainly for all our summer vacations back in our school years.  I have beautiful memories and food stories attached […]

Pista Sandesh

Pista Sandesh

I have ‘Sandesh‘ for you today. Sandesh, translated in Hindi literally means ‘news’ or a ‘message’. Today’s post is definitely not just a message – it is a sweet message. 🙂  If you ask a Bengali what Sandesh is, they will tell you it is an […]

Apple Rosettes

Apple Rosettes

Roses!! These are not just a feast to the eyes but also your palette. Yes, these are edible apple rosettes. I just had to try them. These gorgeous and beautiful edible roses have gone viral on the Internet Space. I saw it first on Pinterest […]

Classic ButterCream Recipe

Classic ButterCream Recipe

I usually prefer to keep my cakes simple and naked. If I do use a frosting recipe; it is got to be simple to make and not complicated. Here is the recipe I most commonly use to frost my cakes. The ratio is simple 1:2 […]


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