A café for some Yaaree time.

Lunch time it was and moreover a Friday at work. For the five day working professionals Friday is like a fun day for all, so we always plan out our Friday lunch. This time we planned our lunch at Yaaree café, a small café on Senapati Bapat road (very close to the old passport office).... Continue Reading →


Urban Foundry, Pune.

Muggled and juggled for the choices in restaurants we had at Balewadi High Street-Pune, we finally decided to freeze on and enter Urban Foundry. The menu seemed promising and hence wanted to check it out. On entering the place, I was in awe looking at all the creativity and thought that has gone into designing... Continue Reading →

Kasarsai – undiscovered

The first holiday of the year on January 26 and we decided to take a drive down to discover something new. Heading out of the house we headed towards Kasarsai. Kasarsai is a Village in Mulshi Taluka in Pune District of Maharashtra State, India. Kasarsai dam is a spot not to miss here. KasarSai Dam... Continue Reading →


Muscat – a sure shot surprise.

In these days with cousins and extended families living in different cities, it becomes difficult to meet now and then and hence, we always look for opportunities to spend quality time together (especially with kids enjoying the company of their brothers from another mother). A so called opportunity called on to me, when my SIL... Continue Reading →


Moong dal ladoo – quick and easy.

Since I have become a mother, my motherly instincts ask me to find for new ways to encourage my son who is 1.5 year old to try new food. I had bought some roasted moong dal powder to make khichdi or kheer for my son but unfortunately I don’t think he liked the taste of... Continue Reading →


Amidst nature at Tikona Pinic spot.

A day trip that can be planned by all. Beautiful place amidst nature and best experienced during winters and monsoons.


All about my experience with Food Porn.

Food Photography is so very indulging that it captures every sense of yours.


Gajjar ka Halwa (Deliciously Milky Carrot Pudding)!

It’s the time of the year when winters are ending and I wanted to make the ever winter favourite gajjar ka halwa. People say you should make it only with the long bright red carrots but I think it can come really tasty even with the orange colored carrots. It takes about 40 minutes to... Continue Reading →


Sprout Samosas.

We all need a little bit of that 'not so healthy' food at times. I love samosas and to reduce my guilt tried to give it a bit of twist and it turned out to be a hit at home! Here are the ingredients required to make about 7 samosas: 7 samosa patti(you get these... Continue Reading →


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