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Orange and Poppy Seed Quick Bread and a CookBook Swap

Orange and Poppy Seed Quick Bread and a CookBook Swap

A few weeks ago my friend Holly from A Baker’s House shared the message about Food Blogger Cook Book Swap 2014. She was ““Participating in the Food Blogger Cookbook Swap, hosted by Alyssa ofwww.EverydayMaven.com and Faith of http://www.anediblemosaic.com. She was to send cookbook to a food blogger and receive a cookbook in return!” What an interesting idea! Thank you […]

Easy Vegetable Biryani

Easy Vegetable Biryani

  Believed to be of Persian origin and having travelled to India through travelers, merchants and Mughals, the Biryani is a much loved dish across India. Lizzie Collingham in her book , Curry: A Tale of Cooks and Conquerors, says that the Persian dish pilau was transformed into biryani in India. There is no definite text […]

Boddingtail  or The Boddingtons Beertail

Boddingtail or The Boddingtons Beertail

  It took me a while to catch up on the phenomenon called the Beertails. I love my ales in their pure form and the occasional cocktails. And when the Spice guy started developing his own Beertails, I had to give in. After all he usually mixes new drinks to pair with the food I […]

Homemade Naan

Homemade Naan

  Tandoor is the first thing that comes to mind when people talk about Naan. No it is not ‘Naan bread’. It is Naan, a kind of flat bread. The yeasted, doughy, soft, earthy bread that is so good to scoop up curries with. Yes, traditionally they are made in Tandoor, but there is no […]