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Strawberry Lemonade

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Do you know how big strawberries in Mahaboleshwar get bigger every year? The size of these cute berries is a mouthful this season. I wonder what’s the new technique, or is it purely a kind of scary strong fertilizer they’re using. Anyway, to find something that look and feel organic is so difficult now a day.

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Spicy Thai Fruit Salad

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When you think of fruit salad, what’s in your imagination? Some juicy slices of freshness in colors, topped with some whip cream. Maybe ice-cream. Some of you might prefer warm custard or a hot drizzle of chocolate lava. What if I tell you that there is another way to spin it? A spicy way. We can

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Fresh Peach Lemonade

I love the feeling of biting through fresh, ripe peach. The very first sensation is that sweet juice gushing out of the fruit and dripping from the corners of your lips. And then as instantly as you taste the natural sweetness, the beautiful floral fragrance unfurls in your mouth. It’s peach season here in India. These

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Donna Hay’s Mango and Banana Yoghurt Gelato

If you haven’t tried the infamous mango and banana yogurt gelato of an Australian food diva, Donna Hay, you must throw a couple of banana and a few mangoes in the freezer immediately. This is one of the best, quick and easy frozen desserts you can get. It is also very fresh and healthy. There

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The Pickle Hut

I am a fan of anything salty and pickling. Thinking about pickle makes my mouth water. I love big slices of pickle in my sandwich or even salad. I also adore spicy Indian pickle which goes very well with any rice dish. When I was a kid, my mother always preserved raw mango in the

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Pandan Sago with Jackfruit in Coconut Milk Syrup

When I was a kid, though summer was a season we hated, it was the most anticipated season of the year. Why? It’s not only a long waited school vacation, but it is also the season where tiny food stalls sprouted in every corners like wild mushroom of first rain. Like a universal knowledge, kids +

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Mulberry and Strawberry Shake

This may sound strange but I have a Mulberry tree phobia! Yes, that’s right, the fresh green bush of mulberry tree scares the pants off me. First, I should try to give the rational explanation to my weird anxiety. My grandmother makes silk, she’s the famous craftsman of the most pure and natural silk anyone

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Red Guava

Years ago my husband and I got ripe off in the local market. The loud shout distracted us from buying our regular grocery to a man with the basket full of guavas. I don’t remember what he was yelling but in his hands were the freshest guavas I had ever seen. If you don’t know

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Strawberry Curd

I was first introduced to the flavour of strawberry by the pink lipstick on my mother’s vanity table. As a kid, sneaking into her room to try on her makeup and jewelries, strawberry flavoured lipstick was my favourite. So the smell and taste of strawberry brought a strange memory to me, not as food but

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Fruit Salad with Chaat Masala

I’ve just posted how to make Chaat masala at home in my previous post and It’s a spice mix I think you should try and have in your household. Trust me, it’s a recipe worth experimenting. One recipe that could never go wrong with Chaat masala is fruit salad. I felt embarrassed to call it “recipe” because

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