Today I share with you an exuberant dish with irresistible munchiness. The orange color is so pleasing to the eye, the taste is so savory to the diverse palate and the aroma so beautiful you’ll have to taste it to know how it is! I make it often, grown-ups and kids alike love it. We eat it as a healthy snack. This is a modest and simple yet compelling and vivacious dish for potlucks or any other occasion with family/friends. Enjoy! continue>>
Here’s another cute Christmas ornament that I created for Mrs. “S”, as a gift. Mrs. S is my daughter’s first grade teacher. Lot’s of smiles your way Mrs. S ! My daughter loves you. Hope you have a warm winter with your family & friends. Thank you. continue>>
I’m excited to share with you a divinely delicious whole-wheat cake recipe. It’s my signature recipe for birthdays, holidays or dessert with western-twist. You’ll be charmed by the winsome nutty wholesomeness of this simple eggless cake. I urge you to bake the cake with your heart and enjoy the creation. After all, love is the most important ingredient that Moms put into their cooking. Treat yourself, your friends and family this holiday season with this delicious dish. Enjoy!
Hope you have a blessed and happy-Hanukkah with your friends and family! The name “Hanukkah” originates from Hebrew verb “חנך”, which means “to dedicate”. On Hanukkah, the people of Jerusalem regained control and rededicated their holy temple(Bet HaMikdash). continue>>
Wishing everyone a happy Diwali! Diwali is the festival of lights celebrated in India. It’s a time to clean the house, decorate it with special handmade earthen lamps (“diya”) and colored sand (“rangoli”). It’s a time to rejoice! Moms make special treats to share with family and friends. Why is Diwali celebrated? continue>>