VIENNA – from its baroque buildings, churches, alleys to palaces and museums is as decadent as it’s pastries and coffee. The whole time we were there, I was on an inexplainable high because of my addiction to the old world. It was hard for me to finish up at one place and move on to the … More Vienna – Apple Strudels and The Kiss
My husband loves Sazerac and if you can pull off a Smokey Sazerac, he will be the happiest man. And I think, anyone with a love for a good strong drink will love it. He tried it for the first time in Chicago with a friend (Hey you, Nandita!!!) and he was hooked. This is … More Smokey Sazerac
I just got back from Europe and I want to share a favorite dessert that I sampled in London – non stop – Victoria Sponge Cake. See more pictures of London and read about my trip here – LONDON – Grey Skies and Red Buses Almost everywhere in London – Bakeries, Tea places and Cafes, I found … More Mini Victoria Sponge Cakes
Prague is BEAUTIFUL – Just the way I imagined it. Walkable weather, classy locals and absolutely picturesque Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches. Some churches and streets don’t even look real – they are THAT good. I felt like I belonged there and my quirky aesthetic needs were graciously met. I wanted to visit Prague for … More PRAGUE – So Uniquely Medieval!
There is something extremely comforting about “kheer”.., may be because, its one sweet dish, that reminds us of childhood and growing up. Everytime I have a sweet craving and can’t really think of anything to make.., I simmer a pot of milk and carry on to make kheer. This time I loaded up the kheer … More Rice Kheer or Rice Pudding
Boy!! The accent. Everyone sounds good in London. This is where, Shakespeare performed his plays, where Adele sings her lungs out and Charles Dickens was buried. Well – many more things happen, but I had to mention these three names, I’m biased towards. And the weather – the weather in London is not as fantastic … More LONDON – Grey Skies and Red Buses