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  • Banana bread sliced with a teapot and teacup in the background

    Festive Dessert: Banana Bread (Gluten free/Vegan)

    For our fourth recipe in the series on festive desserts, we bring to you a gluten-free and vegan recipe for an all-time favorite, banana bread. An indulgent treat, yet healthy too! Banana bread is a cake-like dessert that’s great for tea-time (or anytime you feel like having dessert). Course : Dessert Time : 1 hr […]

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    Festive Dessert: Chai-spiced Honey Apple Cheese Galette

    Moving on with our festive recipes this month, this time we bring to you a spiced apple galette. Galettes are rustic, free-form tarts made with a single crust of pastry, with sides folded up and over the filling to contain the juices. Chai-spiced honey apple cheese galette! It might be a long name, but it […]

  • Festive Dessert: Poached Pears

    The festive season brings with itself so much sweetness in our lives. Like literally. A meal is incomplete without a dessert in most Indian households, especially when the festive season is in full swing! We have invited food bloggers to share their favorite dessert recipes with us this month and here’s the second one in […]

  • Festive Dessert: Sabudana Kheer

    This festive season, we have invited food bloggers to share their favorite dessert recipes with us, and here’s the first one in the series. Sabudana kheer is a popular Indian pudding made with tapioca pearls or sabudana. This kheer is extremely popular during the fasting season of Navratri in India.  Time : 40 minutes + […]

  • Love marriage

    Love marriage?😲 No, no… it’s arranged 😇

    I’ve found it a bit strange how many people react with a slightly embarrassed smile when I tell them mine is a “love” marriage. Ideally, all marriages should be a result of love, which makes the term “love marriage” odd in itself. However, in our society, parents often take this decision on behalf of their […]

  • It’s all ’bout money, honey!

    Last Thursday, we talked about women and financial independence. This week let’s talk about how all women, earning or non-earning, can gain awareness of the family finances and empower themselves. Though a woman may not be contributing towards the family income, she should still be aware of, and involved in the family finances. The first step towards […]

  • Women And Financial Independence

    In the present changing scenario, women have carved a niche for themselves in a male-dominated society, and have been able to find financial independence and stability for themselves. With a career of our own, women are able to put forth our thoughts, needs, and ambitions with more conviction as we gain financial independence. For those […]

  • “Marriage” is on the cards

    As love matures and turns into something beautiful, there is a need to make it formal in the society we live in. That’s what most of us believe and follow. When we say society, especially the one we inhabit, marriage is what makes a relationship formal and is defined as “the legally or formally recognized […]

  • Eat out: It’s raining food festivals this month!

    A shout out to all food lovers as the month of August promises delicious meals at discounts you can’t imagine. Did you know that a lot of cities in India are offering massive discounts on food and drinks right now? That’s right! From buffets to a-la-carte, fine dining to budget, and food to drinks, they’ve […]