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Bookmarked: 24/02/2014

The last month has been such a roller coaster ride. I have come across so many things that I want to write about but there is just no time!

Here is a small list of some great stuff I came across in the past few days. Hope you enjoy it!i

I found this really great thesaurus for cooks 

Love this post about things you can make with cake-mix

A nice list of books for food lovers

This article answers all questions about dutch processed vs natural cocoa powder

David Lebovitz talks about what to do with the green germ from garlic

Love these custom kitchen storage and organizers

A much-needed way to peel an entire head of garlic in 10 seconds!

Very informative article about uses and ideal temperatures of cooking oils

I would love to visit these fictional restaurants that came to life

20 great time saving cooking tips from the experts

Here is the best way to peel hard boiled eggs

17 facts about pineapples you didn’t know

And to wrap up, for all those living in India, here is the perfect guide on buying mangoes this season!

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Bookmarked 19/01/2014

It’s a really busy time at work and I haven’t been doing a lot of other things. Hopefully things will be more relax by this month end and I can get back to doing fun things. Meanwhile, here is a quick round up of some good things I read in the past couple of weeks:

I can’t believe that I lived in France for 3 years and haven’t tried even half of these 44 classic French meals

It’s funny how toast has become the latest food craze in San Francisco 

Some great time saving cooking tips from experts

This glow in the dark ice cream seems interesting

A nice article on cooking for newbies

Love this MasterChef scrambled egg recipe

Another nice article on the most influencial chefs of 2013

And lastly, since I have never had any formal cooking training (and can end up with some major disasters in the kitchen at times) I decided to do some serious reading on the topic. I got my hands on this book and it seems like its the perfect place to start!

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Bookmarked 29/12/2013

Hello,

Here is a quick list of some interesting articles I read this week:

I found these 10 cooking tips very useful.

Aren’t these bread loaf lamps cute!

And lastly, I really liked this method of making tiramisu without a recipe.

Have a good weekend!

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Some Good Desserts & Bookmarked:22/12/2013

It’s been a really busy week again with no time to blog. Here is a quickpost before I head back to work.

A small list of some really good desserts I have tried:post12pic2Tarte Fraise at the famed La Durée in Paris. 

post12pic3One of the best Tiramisus I have had at this cozy little Italian place in Paris called Little Italy. (Sorry I couldn’t take a photo before everyone started eating it).

post12pic4The Red Velvet cake from Theobrama in Mumbai just melts in your mouth!

post12pic1San Churros in Mumbai has this huge dessert called Beryy Bizcocho which you can’t stop eating.

And here are some good things I read this week:

I really liked this post on 28 must-have dishes in the 28 Indian states.

An interesting article talking about the 6 creepiest lies the food industry is feeding you.

My go-to kheer recipe. (I like Kheer to be thick and creamy, so I cook it for a while after adding all the ingredients mentioned in the recipe)

And lastly, here is a great app to add titles, messages, designs, to your photos!

Have a good weekend!

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