Mini Cupcakes for Rakhri

Rakhri is a pretty low key festival at our house. The kids do their Rakhri exchange, have some sweets, and then go on with the rest of their day. I do try to encourage them to make each other cards,…

Who Does Food & Flavour Belong To?

It’s been two weeks since I’ve been back from Sacramento, where I attended the International Food Bloggers Conference, and I’ve been struggling with some new thoughts on food, flavours, and authenticity.  Over the last five years food has played such…

Blueberry Jam Filled Idli

Happy BC Day! I absolutely love my home province and wouldn’t want to live anywhere else in the world, so I’m excited to share a BC Blueberries inspired recipe today. (Ironically, I’m sitting in a hotel room looking out at…

Farm to Fork: A Lifestyle Change

I’ve always had a strong connection to agriculture and farming because of my family history, but my personal interest in the ‘farm to fork’ lifestyle really came about after I attended the International Food Bloggers Conference in 2014.{Summer squash make…

How to Make Baraf Ka Gola: Indian Snow Cones

You guys…I’m one of the strangest people I know. Seriously, I have more weird quirks and habits than anyone I’ve ever met. One of my trademark habits – trying to cook/recreate foods I’ve never eaten or seen anyone make. Usually…

Sweet and Spicy Peanut Butter Chutney

There are probably only three or four items in our pantry that get used every single day without fail, and Kraft Peanut Butter is one of them. Mr. T and the kids are obsessed with pb & j sandwiches. They could easily…

Stir Fry Aloo Gobi with Peanut Butter Sauce

Every home cook has a few recipes that they know by heart. Recipes that you can turn to in a pinch, and whip up on a busy evening. For me aloo gobi (potato cauliflower) sabzi is one of those. Other than chopping…

Homemade Gulab Jamun: The Ultimate Sweet Treat

All week I’ve been sharing some of my favourite Punjabi dishes to include in a traditional thali, so a sweet treat couldn’t be far behind right? For me, the perfect single serving dessert has always been a gulab jamun. Yes…

Shahi Paneer: A Regal Treat for Vaisakhi

If you missed my posts earlier this week, I shared my plans for hosting a traditional Punjabi dinner for Vaisakhi this year. I’ve already shared my creamy Dal Makani recipe, and my secret Chana Masala mix, and today you are…


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