There are few things less comforting than a steaming, hot, cuppa Chai on a cold, winter morning. Since the dawn of time, it has been the Indian parents answer to all life troubles. Feeling sick? Need a caffeine fix? Hangry? Have some Chai.
Each Indian family makes Poha the same yet different way. It is one of those everyday Indian breakfast dishes that I usually wouldn't even think of writing a recipe out for. You just know how to make it. I didn't cook a lot up until a few years back. When I did start to cook,… Continue reading Indian cooking 101: Poha
This weekend, I decided to have something healthy for a change. And my fruits were about to go bad. What is a smoothie but a blend of everything you have in your fridge, anyway?
This vegetarian beet risotto has a buttery, creamy texture and looks so pretty plated up. It was a lot of stirring but didn't take too much time or effort to cook.
Oh, Avocado. I feel you. It must be hard to be the scapegoat for the problems of one generation and the angst of another. But, you're still there. Still going strong. On the chalkboard menus of that hipster cafe and the kitchen of a student on a budget.
Weekends mean long, lazy brunches. And, you don't want to spend hours making a brunch, you want to spend hours eating it. This salad is quick, filling, and easy to make. I tried to hold on to a little bit of summer with this Fusilli and Veggie salad and White Wine Sangria yesterday and it was delicious.
Cooking is hard. And, sometimes you just want to open a packet of soup, heat it, over because you just don't have the time. Happy Planet's Thai Coconut Soup is just what you need on those days. It's a vegan, made in Canada and contains no preservatives and artificial ingredients.