Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Aloo Matar Paratha - A Guest Post by Prerna of Indian Simmer

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Prerna from Indian Simmer is among the first few friends I made on blogosphere, a friend I have learned from, being inspired by and share a common passion of making Indian food accessible to a wider audience. Apart from being a dear friend, great blogger, she is also fabulous photographer which I'm sure you can see from this post. I'm so glad she is on Journey Kitchen sharing one of my  favorite breakfast recipe - paratha with us!

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes


I'm still on my little blog break and I have some fabulous guest posts later in the week but I thought this will be just the right post for today

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Chana Bhatura - A Guest Post by Nisha of Look Who's Cooking Too


I like people who are honest. That's what's initially drew me towards Look Who's Cooking Too written by my lovely friend Nisha. Every time I'm at her blog, I want to leave a comment saying 'Oh that's my life story'. Apart from the fact that I relate so much with her and that she is honest and funny, her blog is  filled with great Indian recipes and I have so many of them bookmarked.


Friday, June 10, 2011

Poached Quince with Spices - A Guest Post by Anh of Anh's Food Blog


I'm struggling to put my mind on studying as chocolate craving seems to to touch the sky a few days before the exams. I start the morning by snacking on bitter chocolate chips and a piece (or pieces) of dark chocolate during the day. And I can't seem to go to bed without having a spoonful of nutella. I know! Please send help!

Apart from chocolate, another addiction I'm finding hard to get off is Twitter.  But I'm not complaining, since it has also connected me to some fabulous people around the globe. One of those friends being Anh from Anh's Food Blog.

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Rhubarberric Macarons - A Guest Post by Xiaolu of Six Bitter Sweets

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I'm always in awe of people who can bake beautiful things. I spend hours looking at baked creations and then sigh thinking to myself I can't make that! That's what's different about Xiaolu of Six Bitter Sweets.

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