Cherry and Chocolate Chip Scones #Creative Cookie Exchange

Cherry and Chocolate Chip Scones #Creative Cookie Exchange

A quaint English cafe, scones with jam and clotted cream and some tea to sip. That’s how I had imagined my first tryst with the scone. It did happen exactly like I had imagined, only the quaint English cafe was right here in my neighborhood. I still go there, to drink a cup of tea […]

Galouti Kebab - Melt in the Mouth Kebab

Galouti Kebab – Melt in the Mouth Kebab

Kebabs or Kebobs have captured the imagination of the entire world. The taste of meat, marinated with herbs and/or spices and grilled on fire pits, ovens or in tandoors is not something one can forget easily. Add to that, the numerous ways kebabs are made – cut into cubes and skewered, minced and made into patties, […]

Biscoff and Chocolate Rocky Road Bundt Cake #Bundt Bakers

Biscoff and Chocolate Rocky Road Bundt Cake #Bundt Bakers

With my last month’s epic Bundt cake disasters and then final success, I was bracing myself up for this month’s theme with the #BundtBakers. If last month’s epic battle with the Bundt taught me anything, It was this – “Respect the Bundt! For it has a mind of its own”. I was keen to try my […]

Millionaire Shortbread Bars  #Creative Cookie Exchange

Millionaire Shortbread Bars #Creative Cookie Exchange

A dairy based caramel from France, A shortbread from Scotland and a name like Millionaire Shortbread Bars – Swooning yet?  Although no one seems to know where it originated from, Millionaire shortbread bars are  a treat worthy of those ‘supposed’ million calories. This month’s theme for Creative cookie Exchange was Caramel and I immediately thought […]

Paneer Kulcha #BreadBakers

Paneer Kulcha #BreadBakers

  As soon as Jenni announced the theme for this month’s Bread Baker’s I knew I wanted to make an Indian bread and that I wanted to make a Kulcha. The theme for this month is “Stuffed Bread”! Bread by itself is temptations galore, and stuffed bread is temptations with some golden butter on top. […]

Tarte á l’Oignon - French Onion Tart

Tarte á l’Oignon – French Onion Tart

  When the theme for April’s Progressive eats was announced, I imagined myself making a Dacquoise or a Mille-feuille. Having already made the Gateau Opera a few dozen times and enjoyed the Croquembouche challenge with Jenni, I was ready to make a switch and make something else. The decadent Dacqupiose was tempting me. But then I […]