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Start it right


There’s been a long silence. There were issues with the blog’s domain and links. Work, travel and a whole lot of other things kept me on my toes. So when I sat down to blog today, I was wondering where to start, then I thought it’s best to start where everything does – at the beginning! Talking about beginnings, the…

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A gluten-free breakfast, which also doubles up as a snack!


The other day when I went grocery shopping I ended up buying a whole lot of whole grain flours and I was looking forward to making something different and yummy using them. One of the first things that I tried was different kinds of rotis – they were delicious, wholesome and very, very filling. But I wasn’t satisfied, I wanted…

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A tale of two addictions


If you’ve been reading around here then you’ll know about the healthy choices that I’ve introduced into our meals these days. But one of the things that I’m finding difficult to shake off is the dependence on bread. So I’ve been advised to make some smart choices like – having only multi-grain bread, trying to make it at home often…

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Baked yogurt. Slurp! Enough said.


You know there are some recipes you bookmark and keep aside for some special occasion and then something or the other happens and you always end up making something else or the other. This recipe for Baked Yogurt is something that I had earmarked almost a year ago but I just never ended up making it. Either the occasion  didn’t…

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Spooked!


There’s still some time to go for Halloween later this month but the theme for October at The Groovy Gourmets was this festival. We had to make something scary! That was quite a challenge, I wondered if I should do some Ghost Cupcakes or maybe even cookies in the shape of something spooky? But that didn’t seem very appealing. Also…

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Getting peachy!


I know its mango season and I also know that I’ve not posted any recipe featuring mangoes in it. Shame on me, really! But ’tis alright because mango aint one of my favourite fruits. Yes, I’m aware I’m a part of this minuscule section of the population for whom summer isn’t synonymous with mango but on that note let me…

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