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It is said, “The key to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” Well, it certainly holds true but at the same time the less common version of this quote is also true, i.e “The key to a woman’s heart is through her stomach.”

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Oatmeal cookies is the perfect dish for a healthy breakfast or lunch. We have listed top 5 benefits of oatmeal cookies and its recipe along with an easy to understand illustration.

It's been a year since we have started this blog. Last year in Makar Sankranti, we had prepared a palette of sweets consisting of gajar ka halwa, khoya barfi, and nariwal pan laddoo. This year our Makar Sankranti dish consists of a plate full of tarul/yams and Til ke Ladoos or Sesame Seeds Laddoos. Both... Continue Reading →

Yesterday we went to Sunrise Bakers, one of the oldest bakeries of Dehradun. They are renowned for their buns and rusks and feature in plenty of YouTube videos. My friend advised me to try out their "Plum cakes" and that's what we did.

This crispy fried chicken is one of the first non vegetarian dish that Chetan learned to make and it took him several tries to get the type of crust and the texture that he wanted. He would make them during family gatherings and for his friends. This post contains some of the pictures of the recipes which turned out good during the last 2 years.

Bread is an easy breakfast and is perfect for a busy morning. Owing to its versatility, it can be perfect for an evening snack too. So today we planned to enjoy our warm cup of tea with baked bread cups.

Onion Kheer

Onion Kheer owes the name "Anokhi" to its uniqueness as instead of rice onions are used to make the kheer. Yes, you read it right. No rice, just onions. Sounds strange? Trust us, it's delicious.

We realize the importance of our traditions and customs when we are away from our homeland. Traditions give us an identity and something to follow and carry forward. The speciality of each tradition lies in its uniqueness and since our traditions play such a crucial role in our lives, we prepared a traditional dish, Chatamari. Chatamari... Continue Reading →

A palette of happiness

Today we celebrate "Makar Sankranti". Sankranti is the celebrated at the end of each month and the beginning of the other according to the sidereal solar calenders. It marks the transmigration of the sun from one zodiac to the other in the Indian astronomy. Hence, there are twelve Sankranti in a year. Out of the twelve,... Continue Reading →

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