- Back from Paradise
- Bare Necessities
- BOO To Yahoo
- Borrowed Kids and a Hassled Me
- Bows to my Alma Mater
- Festive Meal
- Give Your Verdict Readers!
- Goodies from Kerala
- Hari Hareshwar, Paradise Calling
- Hey Annites !
- " I AM AN OPTIMIST ! "
- Inaugurations at Aadiriyedath
- I'm on a break from blogging
- Jyoti's घर दोघांचं!
- Open question to The Foodie Times Now Team
- Scared the hell out of me!
- Sita Kalyana Pictorial
- The Innocent Heart, Reva Hart
- Til Gul for Haldi Kunku
- Many Reasons to Party
- Meme 1-2-3
- Meme : Table Talk
- MTR needs to learn hospitality
- Mumbai Bangalore Musings
- Mumbai Harbour
- Neer Dosa and Appam in Mangalore
- Neighborhood Watch
- Weekend Projects
- Where Vanity Rules
- Wish You A Happy Onam !!
Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Many years ago, for the first time I read about Eeya Chombu on this lovely blog called Saffron Hut . I was totally smitten by this ...
I was a kid in the time of black and white TV when on one sunday afternoon I saw this punjabi lady make this dish on TV. After that many a ...
Finally the day arrived to check out what the hype was all about? Veena told me to pick a place to meet somewhere on her route to ...
In Karnataka if you ask most people what is their favorite type of sambhar you will get an echo of Chakota Huli as the answer. Most people o...
Samo seeds or Foxtail millet or Vari is a largely popular seed consumed as replacement for rice during fasting days. We are past the first...
In Thal my Koli people are very fond of Methi or Fenugreek. They love it as a herb and even in their sweet, can't believe it read ...
Coming Back to blogging is a homecoming for me. It has to be with something special for this post. I had experimented on making Brun Pao. T...
What is that in my balcony? Guess what? my balcony is A Green Balcony, and that is a new label on this blog. My bro S loves growing ...
Splashed ! across publications. Where I talk to Press Trust of India (PTI) about the Koli weddings and traditions. Where food especial...
A typical meal at Gondavale temple would be Bajarichi Bhakari, Bhaat, Brinjals with crushed peanuts, Aamti, buttermilk, salt on the s...