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A Halloween Grazing Board For Children.

A Halloween Grazing Board For Children.

Our weekend was full of loads of mithai (for Durga Pooja and Dussehra) and loads of pre-planning for Diwali (that is not even 20 days away) but in between all these festivities, there is something that has my little girl all excited. Halloween is here, people! Sara loves Halloween and every year she looks forward to all […]

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Roasted Butternut Squash and Root Vegetable Rice (Halloween Rice)

Roasted Butternut Squash and Root Vegetable Rice (Halloween Rice)

That day of the year when all of a sudden we seem to be surrounded by two very contrasting colours; orange and black. Orange representing warmth, celebrating life and the bounty of autumn and black representing cold and winter and darkness. Yes, its Halloween! My little girl who is currently obsessed with Harry Potter (which […]

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Happy & Healthy Halloween Treats For Children.

Happy & Healthy Halloween Treats For Children.

We have barely recovered from Diwali and Halloween is already here! Growing up, I did not observe Halloween. Sara, however is fortunate to be surrounded by friends from different parts of the world and together with her we have welcomed this ritual (like so many others that she is getting exposed to while growing up […]

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Food Revolution Ambassador Monthly Challenge: October 2014

Food Revolution Ambassador Monthly Challenge: October 2014

A lot of you may be aware that a couple of weeks back I became part of the Food RevolutionAmbassador team and I can’t be happier. I am looking forward to working towards food education for children and already making my little game plan to achieve the same.   One of the many things that […]

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Orangey goodness at orangekitchens.

Orangey goodness at orangekitchens.

Growing up in India I did not observe Halloween (though in the last few years a lot of people have started observing it. Read: Partying).   Things are a little different for Sara. Times have changed and over the years all of us have welcomed new festivals and rituals with open arms and ofcourse she is growing […]

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