The Life and Charm of Pondicherry

I had been dreading writing this article for so long, thinking that no matter what I write, nothing can bring the beauty and vibe of Pondicherry to justice. And it breaks my heart to see people dismiss the place as “dead” and “boring” with no “life” of it’s own. Pondicherry is no Goa. Everyone who has set foot there knows it. Infact, people who love … Continue reading The Life and Charm of Pondicherry

Christmas for the ones who stay away from home

Holidays are the worst. Honestly. Its hard to return home to spend time with our folks specially when you have to work between Christmas and New Years and staying away from home is a mess– emotionally. This becomes even harder if you are a Christmas junkie like me. Hailing from a family of mixed faiths, Christmas was the greatest joy every year brought. Even more … Continue reading Christmas for the ones who stay away from home

Tips to become a proficient Food Blogger

With the latest scene of mushrooming food bloggers every second day, it is hard to determine the thin line between foodies and food “journalists”. While the perks of working in this hugely popular industry is undeniable, instances of taking undue advantage of this title cannot be missed either. Before diving further into this article, let me start with clearly differentiating between a foodie and someone … Continue reading Tips to become a proficient Food Blogger

Recipe post: When art meets food!

I don’t normally post recipes here but if its coming from Chef Japvir Vohra of Double Tree Hilton, exceptions are to be rightfully made. 🙂 So here’s presenting, ~Grilled Watermelon and Crab Stick with Avocado Puree~ Ingredients: 500 gm watermelon horizontally cut into half 4 noscrab stick 100 ml lemon juice 15 ml sesame oil salt and pepper to taste 4 gm castor sugar 5.5 … Continue reading Recipe post: When art meets food!

Classic French with a Vietnamese Twist? Tune in to TLC

 Being a through and through TLC addict that made my parents complain eternally when I lived back home, I couldn’t be more ecstatic when I heard that they are presenting a new series with acclaimed Australian-Vietnamese chef Luke Nguyen in LUKE NGUYEN’S FRANCE. Luke is back to continue his culinary adventures – this time, in France. Join him as he explores the land that has shaped … Continue reading Classic French with a Vietnamese Twist? Tune in to TLC