My bookshelf is bursting with cookbooks and food memoirs (we are talking three digits) and each time I get a new one I am asked why do you need so many cookbooks or food memoirs? You may like to call it a fetish or a weakness but I prefer the word enthusiast 🙂 Some I like to […]
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 […]
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 […]
The New Year has just begun and I am so grateful for the year gone by. 2015 has been wonderful and I have much to thank for (more on that in the next post). The same holds true for my little chefling. She was surrounded by loved ones (I hope she will continue to value them […]
The little chefling and her mum wish you all a Merry Christmas.
In a few days from now we will be in 2016. Before this year comes to an end, let’s play a game. Each day until the end of this month, I will be posting a question on both the Orange Kitchens Facebook Page and Instagram. Let’s call these questions; Year End Food Reflections. I promise […]
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 Susan and her three adorable boys! From managing a restaurant to organizing food events, from catering to product development, from recipe development for small and corporate organizations to writing […]
(Each month I share my special moments from the month gone by. It is a visual diary of sorts one that I hope to look back at years later). Row 1: left to right Endless cups of coffee with friends and family This month I read Prasad by Kaushal Patel. The “need” to complete my […]
August Diary(Each month I share my special moments from the month gone by. It is a visual diary of sorts one that I hope to look back at years later (Earlier posts : May 2015, June 2015 and July 2015).Row 1: left to right Summer vacations at my mum’s mean laid back brunches. Also homemade patra with a glass […]
July Diary: (Each month I share my special moments from the month gone by. It is a visual diary of sorts one that I hope to look back at years later (Earlier posts : May 2015 and June 2015)). Row 1: left to right We have spending the summers with my parents and I have been enjoying waking up […]
My Little Chefling
Cinnamon, star anise and cloves are a part of her vocab, George and Gary are her heroes and icing cookies is her favorite pastime. Meet my little chefling.
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