Background: The past few months have K and I hooked to the eat real food movement. Slowly we have shifted
Background: Growing up the standard evening tiffin in our home used to be the ubiquitous dosai with molahai podi. Chutneys and sambar were
Background: We recently joined a local farm and bring home a lot of greens of which I have no idea
Background: Kai Muruku evokes memories of weddings in the family. This crispy rice treat is hard to make and the
Background: Puran poli is one of my all time favorite sweets. It is one of those dishes that are made
Background: With Deepavali tomorrow, for the first time in seven years, I gave into the urge to make something sweet.
Background: Today is Varalakshmi Vratham and it is usually celebrated with a bit of pomp and show. This year however,
Background I usually make this when I am feeling nostalgic (which is often!). Each time I melt butter to make
Background: Today my niece turns ONE according to the lunar calendar. For those familiar with Nakshatra and Rasi that Indian
Background: I love parathas. Specially when I don’t make them. 🙂 After a hectic Saturday filled with friends and family,
Background: Molagai thokku was my dad’s favorite relish. Ever. Even as he struggled with diet restrictions following hospitalization and a
Background: Making sevai the traditional way is a labor of love, not to be taken by the faint of heart.
Background: I make this when I am tired of the regular varieties of upma that cannot handle masala all that