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Stir Fried Squid with Yellow Curry Powder

We have been very careful about purchasing seafood since an incident last year. I have to say that it has been hard because the fresh quality supplies don’t come around very easily where we live. But that’s something we have to live with, and it gets us scared to think what will happen to food

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Teriyaki Squid

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We always love the vibrant scene of our local fish market. It was always crowded, noisy, and colorful. Last Sunday, Sadik and I went to buy fresh seafood. We want to get some squid for dinner sometimes this week. Our fish monger tried to sell us giant squids when we told him we only need

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Sausage and Mushroom Rice

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I love one-pot meals. They save energy and don’t make a lot of mess on my kitchen top. Sausage and mushroom rice is one of those recipes you can just let the pot do all the work. I just chop and dice things up, then throw them in the pot. The flavor of this dish

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Vegan Dirty Rice

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Awww, I got you my vegetarian friends all excited, didn’t I? Dirty rice is actually a meaty dish packed with pungent flavors chicken giblets and Cajun spice. It can be a comforting snack or wholesome meal. You think it’s not a thing for vegetarians an vegans, but oh yes, it’s very doable and oh so

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Marrakesh @ Kalyani Nagar, Pune

The good restaurant is the one which crowded; it’s a universal knowledge. Foodies know their ways around good restaurant where smoky air and the sound of fat sizzling on hot grill allure them in. At Marrakesh, the crowds gather early evening. Varieties of kebab threaded on iron skewers, the grills are hot, the inferno tandoori oven

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Mominpura, Pune 2012

It’s the beginning of the fasting month of Ramadan here. Sadik and I are fasting during the daylight hours. Fasting means we do not eat or drink from dawn until sunset. It was a spiritual journey we took for 30 days, annually. When Ramadan comes, there are so much grace and joy in the air. In the evening, the

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Red Velvet Pancake

For the first time, I feel so difficult to describe food into words. I do not have a word for that smell rose from the pan where my red velvet cake puffed up. A fork passed through that moist and buttery soft, red sponge with no resistance. And those luxury sweet, airy crumbs of this

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Hot and Sour Instant Noodle

I am sorry for not being able to update the post often as I was before. I was busy juggling my works and a lot of deals at the moments. I don’t cook as much as I want to. Not only that I am busy, but also because we run out of gas! Yes, we

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On Road Eats: Fish Point @ Kadakwasala Lake

This year we’ve decided to start an interesting series of On Road Eats. A fun program featured us flirting with every delicious bite we find on weekend road trip. My husband love driving and we just love spending time in our cozy car moving around countryside and natural places. This time I leave my picnic

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Mominpura, Pune

We’ve reached Kerala safe and sound. Yesterday was quite hectic when we’re held off at the airport as one of our baggages was missing, so I didn’t have time to update our blog. It is the last day of Ramadan here in Kerala, it’s not only the last day of fasting but the day of preparation

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