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Celebrating Food Revolution Year Long: Veggie Noodle Stir Fry

Celebrating Food Revolution Year Long: Veggie Noodle Stir Fry

Hey Everyone! Thank you joining my little chefling and me in celebrating Food Revolution all year long. (If you are joining us now: The big day is over (a full recap and links to all the albums HERE) and like we promised each other we are going to keep this revolution alive 365 days and create a healthier and happier world! […]

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Of Sorbets and Soups.

Of Sorbets and Soups.

Christmas in October! Anyone who knows me well is aware of my obsession with kitchen gadgets and tools and a little birdie may have told the same to the wonderful team at Froothie (Thank you guys!). So they sent me their Optimum 9400 High Speed Vortex Blender for a test run before the big launch. […]

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Celebrating Food Revolution Year Long: DIY Oaty Fruity Cereal

Celebrating Food Revolution Year Long: DIY Oaty Fruity Cereal

Hello again!! Thank you for joining my little chefling and me in celebrating Food Revolution all year long. (If you are joining us now: The big day is over (a full recap and links to all the albums HERE) and like we promised each other we are going to keep this revolution alive 365 days and create a healthier and […]

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Rainbow on my plate : Cooking with my little chefling

Rainbow on my plate : Cooking with my little chefling

My favorite quote in Sara’s room is : “Play with fairies. Ride a unicorn. Swim with mermaids. Chase Rainbows” This one quote on her wall has everything my little girl loves. But what she hearts the most is rainbows and has been drawing them ever since she could differentiate between different colours. “Rainbows make me happy”, she […]

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Kids in the Kitchen: Thoughts Over Chai

Kids in the Kitchen: Thoughts Over Chai

Today my guest in the Kids in the Kitchen series (where we meet parents and children who bond, have fun and make life long memories in their kitchens) is Tasneem and her little boy, Ammar. A tea addict and a mum, Tasneem decided to leave the comfort of the corporate world to start a family (She worked […]

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Kids in the Kitchen: IshitaUnblogged

Kids in the Kitchen: IshitaUnblogged

A few months back I started a new series on the blog, Kids in the Kitchen. Through this series I wanted all of us to meet parents and children who bond, have fun and make life long memories in the kitchen. Sadly I didn’t get around to writing about the many many awesome parent-kids teams I “met” […]

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My little chefling turns six : The Little Mermaid.

My little chefling turns six : The Little Mermaid.

I clearly remember the day when my little chefling decided to come into our lives. Two weeks early. I called up DH in the middle of the night warning I would disown him if he didn’t make it in time for the birth of our little monkey (He was travelling that night).   That day […]

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Chocolate Fondue and Christmas.

Chocolate Fondue and Christmas.

‘Tis The Season to Be Jolly and that means my little chefling will have her friends over for an evening of fondue and Christmas card making. There will be Christmas carols in the background, sparkling fairy lights, the Christmas tree standing tall and proud with ornaments both store bought and handmade, warmth of the vanilla […]

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Kids in the Kitchen : The Artsy Craftsy Mom.

Kids in the Kitchen : The Artsy Craftsy Mom.

I am so happy to have Shruti as our first guest for a new series on the blog, Kids in the Kitchen.  You must have gotten bored of hearing the following lines (and for the nth time) on why I think it is important for us to lead our kids to our kitchens because that […]

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Diwali memories and eating fire crackers.

Diwali memories and eating fire crackers.

Three days to go and it will be Diwali. Diwali always evokes beautiful and cherished memories of childhood and home (especially now that we are far away from both home and loved ones). Clay Diyas, mithais, strings of marigolds and mango leaves, rangolis, torans and more. Walking down the memory lane this Diwali (If you’ve […]

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