India is the country that celebrates hundreds of festivals, small and big, in a single year and each one of those are celebrated with large amounts of food. Let me wish our lovely readers a very, happy and food-filled Pongal and for those celebrating the great, auspicious, Makar
I had the busiest weekend, and it’s taken me all of Monday to recover! Well, that was on a lighter note, but with so much happening in the city, it was difficult to avoid the buzz and excitement. Two Christmas markets – the Oz Haat on
It’s December officially and I can smell Christmas in the air! Joy all around, twinkling fairy lights, stars, the carols, cakes, trees with baubles, toys and bells. It is also St. Andrew’s day today, and the Christmas lights will already have been lit in the western world.
Since this is the time to greet and meet the ghosts and the witches of this universe and perhaps visitors from another universe too, the food served has to be just right for the occasion. To start with, there are falafels! Served in warm soft pita
October 31st, a night when it is believed that ghosts, witches and fairies are very, very active and are generally on the move within our planet. When did it get popular in India? I really don’t know the exact answer to that either but am aware