The Little Library Year – by Kate Young (+ a Recipe for Apple, Pear and Chilli Chutney)

The Little Library Year – by Kate Young (+ a Recipe for Apple, Pear and Chilli Chutney)

This cookbook has to be my favourite one of 2019, because it combines two of my most passionate subjects – reading and food. The Little Library Year (Harper Collins) is the second cookbook by Kate Young, a self confirmed bookworm, food writer and cook. Her first book, The Little Library Cookbook won a World Gourmand [...]

Lamb Cutlets (with Roasted Red Pepper Cashew Puree, Couscous Salad and Charred Broccolini)

Lamb Cutlets (with Roasted Red Pepper Cashew Puree, Couscous Salad and Charred Broccolini)

Pan grilled Lamb Cutlets with Roasted Red Pepper Cashew Puree, Couscous Salad and Charred Broccolini – this was the mains I served for my Christmas in July family dinner. If you had already checked out the Potatoes with Smoked Salmon recipe that I posted last month, you would be aware that I had collaborated with [...]

Baba Ghanouj with Minced Lamb and Pine Nuts

Baba Ghanouj with Minced Lamb and Pine Nuts

As I have always said, food can be a glorious medium to break barriers and make friends from around the globe. Such is my friendship with Feda Queen (isn’t it a beautiful name!). I have never met Feda or know much about her except that she hails from Lebanon and lives in Sydney. I also [...]

Tomato Egg Chutney

Tomato Egg Chutney

Indian cuisine is perhaps, the most diverse in the world. The cuisine, produce, ingredients, techniques do not just differ from state to state but can be unbelievably diverse within the different parts of a state. Having spent an entire childhood abroad, my vision of Indian cuisine was largely restricted to my home state, Kerala. Apart [...]

Byron Bay Guacamole – A Guest Post for Simplify.Create.Inspire

Byron Bay Guacamole – A Guest Post for Simplify.Create.Inspire

The modern Australian cuisine is a true representation of the multicultural camaraderie of this country. The culinary influences of other cultures are a marked feature of the food here and when combined with the beautiful produce of this country puts Australia at the top of the gourmet world map. The same goes for today’s recipe [...]

Roasted Okra Raita…..and taking baby steps towards a long cherished dream!

Roasted Okra Raita…..and taking baby steps towards a long cherished dream!

Change – the only constant in my life! I get bored easily and possess an intense, almost obsessive need for change every now and then which reflects in all my aspects of my life. Be it career, fashion or daily menu – I crave for new experiences all the time. But I guess my intense [...]