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Tiny sweet bites: Dark chocolate and cinnamon mini pinwheels.

Tiny sweet bites: Dark chocolate and cinnamon mini pinwheels.

I love any excuse to make bite sized nibbles and with the festival season almost here that is what I will be doing every other weekend. I know it is sometimes insane and back breaking to make tiny bites for a large crowd but I love watching everyone navigating through what I like to call my […]

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Banana & Blueberry Pancake “Sandwiches”

Banana & Blueberry Pancake “Sandwiches”

These Banana & Blueberry Pancake “Sandwiches” are what my little girl is taking to school today. These are made with whole-wheat and have the goodness of bananas and blueberries. Instead of putting the fruit on top of the pancake where it will definitely roll down on and touch the other contents of her lunch box […]

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Back to School with dark chocolate and vanilla mini loaves.

Back to School with dark chocolate and vanilla mini loaves.

Holidays are over and though a part of me is missing those laid back mornings, all the pampering at parents’, never ending reading marathons, afternoons full of crafts and music and icecreams, I am equally happy to get back to a schedule. Back to school means my mornings are a little (very) different from the […]

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Mix, chill and roll; that is how we snack!

Mix, chill and roll; that is how we snack!

“Don’t eat that or you will spoil your appetite”. Raise your hands if you grew up listening to this or find yourself saying the same to your little ones. I am talking about those times when the children are hungry and dinner is still a few hours away. Snacks; I struggle with them the most. […]

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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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Being a mother means.

Being a mother means.

On the morning of 8th of May, when I wished my mother and when my little chefling wished me a very Happy Mother’s Day I got this crazy idea of trying to understand what being a mother has been like, for me. Being a mother already means a million different things to me and I sure with […]

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Sara turns seven : A picnic birthday party.

Sara turns seven : A picnic birthday party.

Sara loves being outdoors. She is always picking up dry leaves, hunting for fallen flowers and branches and turning them into “magic potions” and art for her room. She loves to walk around and hunt for “fairies”, can spend hours with a book under a tree, likes to have impromptu picnics after school or just go cycling with her […]

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What the world eats: India

What the world eats: India

One of our food resolutions this year is to help Sara explore different cuisines of the world. Our kids are so lucky to be growing up in a world where food from other countries is easily accessible to them in whichever part of the globe they are in. A lot of them also have friends from different nationalities […]

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My month in pictures: June 2015

My month in pictures: June 2015

June Diary.(If you are new here: I started this new series last month after seeing Sally’s post on instagram where she shared her special moments from the month gone by. Taking it one step ahead I put together the same on the blog with little notes for each picture (Read: My month in pictures : […]

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Celebrating cultures and countries through cuisines.

Celebrating cultures and countries through cuisines.

I remember when we were kids, you had to either travel to experience food from different countries (which is ofcourse the best way to soak in both the culture and cuisine of any country) or the times when travelling wasn’t possible the only two cuisines you could try were Italian and Chinese where too we […]

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