A shoutout to all the gorgeous brown/dark skinned divas! Each one of you is beautiful! Yes, I just said that! We’ve stepped into 2018 and are still shamefully living among racists who effortlessly pinch our feelings with colourism that linger on for some time. It’s funny how men and women alike look down on dark skinned girls. Lucky men! They manage to get away with it, … Continue reading Brown and beautiful!
Here’s the recipe for your cake pop cravings with leftover cakes. Continue reading Chocolate cake pops with leftover cakes
The storyline flits between three young characters, explaining how a beautiful love story from the past could linger for a really long time choking one’s life ahead if left without a closure. Continue reading Book review: The One You Cannot Have
I picked Armenia as my holiday spot as it makes a historical yet a super safe place to be. Here are few tips that can come in handy during your visit to this city. Continue reading Travel tips for your holiday in Armenia
Today, I’ve made my all time favourite Chicken cutlet for the very first time as part of my Iftar snack and here’s the recipe if you’d like to try your hand at it too. If you’re a vegetarian Continue reading Iftar special: Chicken cutlets
Here’s a quick round-up of my favorite picks among all the lip-smacking street-eats I relished, in Delhi.
Gol Gappe (Pani puri) – this crispy ball of heavens served here is simply out of this world for various reasons. The ranges suggested are not just in the filling but also in the puri itself … Continue reading Street eats in Delhi
The staff was welcoming and friendly; so was their music. We ordered for their infamous Cheetos chicken burger, Cheese fries, Originals and the lotus shake – undoubtedly it was overpriced but the juicy, flavourful sliders left us mesmerized. Continue reading Weekend brunch: Salt
I was pleasantly surprised to witness the unwritten menu and the dependency of the choice on the marinated fresh catch. The delicacies are limited to shrimps, freshly fried fishes, staple rice and Kerala paratha. Continue reading Bu Qtair Restaurant – a dedication to seafood lovers
You may find a whole different style of making or serving the very potato cutlet. Aloo tikkis are famous street eats around north India and goes well with curry, yoghurt, tamarind paste and many other zings. Here’s my quick fix to those spud cravings with no fancy element added. Continue reading Easy Aloo Tikki (potato cutlets)