Bhavna, a girl from Mumbai now living in Sydney, Australia. “Eat Eat Eat and then eat some more,” has been her philosophy of life. Now she lives in Australia but still finds her passion in Mumbai food.
I decided to give myself a break today, well after I had made breakfast. So for lunch we went to this lovely Satellite Cafe in Newtown where we ate delicious food that was thankfully not cooked by me. Lovely ambiance, happy company, and honest food made a balmy cold Saturday afternoon, almost cheerful.
There is something about weekends that spells Gluttony or Indulgence. Have you noticed how even though we may deny ourselves of things we love throughout the week, we let go on the weekends. Like how I start my weekdays with Smoothies that I have for convenience sake and not for comfort. I crave for a
A lot of you have been following my journey of “ Aaj ki taaza Smoothie” for a while now. Let me tell you smoothies are not my favorite breakfast. I used to be one of those people who used to laugh at others when they made smoothies to start their day because ‘how can you
Being a serial planner, I usually find it very difficult to relinquish control and give the task of planning to someone else. But then you also have to be smart and pragmatic especially when you know that the job would have a better result if it were done by someone who knew what they were
So I recently had the chance to visit Jaipur & Jodhpur with Thomas Cook India, who had arranged the travel for me. Being a committed foodie and an ardent history lover, I was definitely excited to visit Rajasthan to gorge on the lip-smacking food and satisfy the need to check out places of historical importance
I believe that a Cookbook is for life, especially a cookbook that you like and love. I recently bought one such book, “Masala and Meatballs” which is an Indian cookbook with an American twist by Asha who runs the very popular blog called “Food Fashion Party.” I have known Asha through Instagram, and we bonded
“Of all the bright cruel lies they tell you, the cruelest is the one called love.” ― George R.R. Martin What is love? To be honest, I don’t know if I can answer this question anymore. For someone who talks as much as I do I somehow feel ill-equipped to answer this question.
I call myself a desi very proudly, but sadly I haven’t seen even half of the des that I so easily call my own. My yearly trip to India is an expedition between Mumbai and Delhi, where I go crazy meeting relatives, trying to stuff my face with as much food as I can, falling
Somedays I feel that everything is just pointless. I mean we crave for real connections and devote all our time and energy in virtual ones. We hope to live a fulfilling a real life but spend most of it shackled behind our desks. We crave for good food, and then we starve ourselves to go
For someone who claims to love traveling as much as I do, it is strange that I don’t travel a lot. A demanding job ensures that I am tied to my desk and then there a million other chores that need my time and attention. And because something has to suffer in this madness, traveling
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