Sushila…An apt nyahari in a Marathi family I would say!! Not sure how this particular preparation got it’s name from but certainly is an interesting one! We have had it loads of times during our summer break at ajji’s place. Now couple of years back, yes this post has been pending since then…N mavshi joined … More Sushila..an ideal remedy for unexplained holiday hunger pangs.
My mother-in-law always mentions about her Sasubai(mother-in-law) … ajjini maathat khade meeth ani limba ashich thevun, gholun kele hote lonche. Diwsa daha-bara vela.. Maath potyavar thevun gholun thevun dyaychya. (Ajji placed the limes with rock salt in a clay pot. She would roll the pot on a hassian cloth 10-12 times during the day). Ajji … More Ghol limbu(Lime pickle)
Chronic laziness has struck me!! This post has been in my archives for ages…literally 9 long months!! All it needed was the pictures which I never managed to upload and publish in this post!! When pithle, shengule and zunka have seem an easy and quick meal idea, pithlyachya vadyanchi aamti can also be counted in … More Pithlyachya vadya ghalun aamti
Last month, I made a short trip to Chembur to visit my grandmother. We missed meeting each other for 2 years. Both of us wished to see each other desperately! However with some important commitments and the predicted rainfall in the first few weeks of my visit I had given up the hopes of meeting … More Walke/ Gudmakaiche lonche
Whatever is good for your soul… Do that! And we had a soul food Sunday with a spread predominantly made with fenugreek in two forms. Methi is seeds form for dal and leaves form for the vegetable side. … More Methi mania
Jwarichya kharodya: When in between meal munchies is what one craves for one would possibly grab a pack of biscuits, crisps or even chocolate bar. A fruit or a cereal bar is called for to make it healthy. Ajji or all the all the elders for that matter have always been mentioning on intelligent snacking. … More Jwarichya Kharodya: Great in between meal munchies
Here is my journey from 2009 till 2016 with my chase for perfect, traditional anaarsa in my English Kitchen. The photographs are an evidence of my learning journey as a blogger! I hope you enjoy this wee excerpt from my diary! … More Anaarse Saga
A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. Chinese Proverb Truly as the Chinese proverb suggests, our journey this year began with a single step to three new ventures. It has been pretty busy at home as well as at work as usual. However, these three ventures have … More New ventures at Isingcakes; GitaDini Review
This is a quick dessert prepared when short of ideas. Peanuts in the pantry play a quick respite to churn out the most delectable, fluffiest and crumbly sweet. This recipe is inspired from Kamalabai Ogale’s Ruchira.
It has been more than two months since the blog has been updated. I feel there are more posts in the archive which were supposed to be posted couple of years back and still have never seen the light of the day!! So there will be couple of posts being published in the next 24 hours … More Sweet potatoes gulab jamun