Kitchen Stories – Meet The Village Fair, spreading the goodness of Cast Iron

Rewind back to India’s pre-independence years, and you would find that food was cooked in either iron or clay pots. Then, the aluminium and the steel revolution happened in the 20th century, whereby…

Convert your terraces, balconies into farms – Meet Khetify

Urban farming is happening today and would you like to be a part of it? Buying your vegetables and fruits from your ‘sabziwala’ or nation-wide vegetable booths is certainly an option…

Pick your own veggies: Hand-grown Food by The Prodigal Cook Farm

Wearing handmade and having handmade goodies for ourselves is only one half of the ‘goodness’ story.   Sometimes the intention to ‘eat well’ does exist but then, our busy lives get…

Indian Masala Box: Magical Ajwain

Ajwain, known in the western world as caraway or even as carom, has been part of the Indian subcontinent for thousands of years. I have decided to write an entire post…

‘Feeling Good’ is on my mind

Stressed often, frequently over-eating and tend to panic at the smallest hurdle? Forgotten what  ‘Feeling Good’ feels like? Perhaps, it is time to make a change; invest in yourself and feel good again… Meditate, you…

Sesame and Jaggery are magical

Sesame and Jaggery – a combination that will rock your tastebuds and pack your body with goodness and warmth! If you haven’t already introduced these beauties into your diet, then…

The ‘No Nasties’ therapy

It’s friday again and it’s time to talk to you all about being healthy, living a holistic lifestyle and of course, being happy! Eating well, exercising moderately certainly helps but…

Drink Water. Stay healthy

The discovery of water on Mars got most of the world really excited; I quizzed my son on why he thought it was such an amazing find, and his quick response was ‘where…

Some Tea please…

Yoga done, meditation done, one litre of water drunk, followed by that leisurely morning cup of tea, sitting in the balcony (or you perhaps, once sat leisurely in your garden), surrounded…

Turmeric – It’s magical!

You can’t really cook an Indian curry without this key spice; it adds to the beautiful yellow colour of the curry dish on the outside and on the inside, it…