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[6 Jun 2014 | 4 Comments | ]
Recipes | Healthy One-Pot-Meal and a Quick Indian Soup – Reflecting on our travel trails

Every travel leaves you with some unforgettable travel experiences you would want to treasure for ever. And what better way to freeze those precious moments than writing a bogpost and reflecting on your travel time with family and friends.

We have a marriage invitation from my colleague in Metur city this weekend. Do your Google search and let me know if there are any good places nearby worth visiting.” Hubby informed me from his office last week and cut the line.

A few Google searches and I liked this small hill station Yercaud in Salem district which is located in the Shevaroys range of hills in the Eastern ghats of India.

But wait…there is more….

Appetizers & starters, Lunchbox bites, pulses and beans, Soup »

[8 Mar 2013 | 7 Comments | ]
Recipe | A Comforting Peppercorn Lentil Soup Aka Milagu Rasam and Loving Tributes to Women in My Life

World is celebrating International Women’s day today. Hmm…Is a single day enough to celebrate womanhood? May be, who cares…
Though a little late but am glad that I came out of the veil of a daughter, a wife and a mother to appreciate in broader perspective, the most precious gift of God – womanhood!

Guest Posts, Lunchbox bites, Soup »

[9 Feb 2012 | 25 Comments | ]
Steamed Pumpkin Soup with Shallots and AFBHLS Guest Post by Harini of Tongue Ticklers

I love my morning cup of steaming hot milk tea, grilled cheese sandwich and the crisp stuffed Paratha (Indian flat breads) with creamy yogurt Raita. Yes I heard it, so do you. But then hold on, if you are one with me you need to pause for a moment and read the following post from our AFBHLS guest Harini. Who knows this might change the way you look at your breakfast table as it did to mine. Now that my weekly grocery list has less of those extra cheese boxes and I have started loving my tea without milk.

Baking bites, bread and buns, Soup »

[21 Aug 2011 | 72 Comments | ]
No-Knead Oatmeal Bread with Fresh Tomato Soup – A Light and Refreshing Dinner

Nothing can beat a homemade wholegrain bread and a cup of hot veggie soup for a cozy weekend family dinner. Normally weekends are reserved for going out and dinning at places where we can do a little bit of window shopping and let the kids indulge in play areas. Incessant rain marred our Saturday plans and we decided to stay put. This is when the idea to bake a fresh wholegrain bread with fresh veggie soup came across.

Guest Posts, Lunchbox bites, Soup »

[8 Aug 2011 | 32 Comments | ]
Awesome Food Bloggers Healthy Living Secrets – Andalusian Garden Gazpacho and a Guest Post by Annapet

The AFBHLS series is opening up new pathways for me to interact and make some wonderful foodie friends from across the globe. The number of mails and DM’s on Twitter that we exchange could be a good parameter to judge how cordial relationship the food blogger community share among each other. The enthusiasm with which all of them readily share some of their most precious moments of life & ways of healthy living in spite of their busy schedule is commendable.

Time to bring in another Awesome Food Blogger with Their Healthy-Living Secrets, and this time it is a gorgeous lady Annapet from ‘The Daily Food Palette’.

Lunchbox bites, Soup »

[30 Apr 2011 | 16 Comments | ]
Whole Lentil and Mint Soup – A Healthy & Comforting Broth

A bowl of soup could be a perfect meal when one is looking out for something light to eat which is comforting and filling as well. Though steamy soups remind that of chill winter nights, this healthy broth could be a refreshing delight during summer as well when served cold. This whole lentil soup is one such recipe which comes handy in all weather. The Whole lentil and Mint soup with cherry tomato Foccasia bread is a great combo for a scrumptious dinner.

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