It's been a few weeks since I put out an SOS on Instagram about our dinner routine that had become quite dreadful and lame. Today I thought I'd give you an update on how things are coming along AND share a recipe for a really good tomato soup (by most standards). Turns out that the… Continue reading Dinner Saga + Roasted Tomato Soup
When the color of the sky matches the color of your bike, it's only fair that you take it out for a spin! So I put on my happy shoes and took Linus for a little trip to Transfer Co Food Hall. The plan was to get a bagel from Benchwarmers Bagels which opened today… Continue reading Biking + Ice Cream
Because it's the weekend. Because it's so sunny and beautiful outside. Because Devang is home too. We made some chocolate waffles to celebrate! I love Kodiak Cake brand pancake and waffle mix which I purchase form Costco. But on days when we are feeling extra special, we bust out the waffle maker and the cocoa… Continue reading Chocolate Waffles
Growing up with a mom and an older sister who are excellent cooks, means that my strength lies in three things when it comes to Indian food - eating, cleaning-up, and making roti. Roti, the almost paper-thin flat bread which accompanies most Gujarati food is made from a dough of whole wheat flour, salt, and… Continue reading Making Roti with Asha
It started a few weeks ago when all out of ideas, I asked my mini sensei Asha about what I should do for dinner. Without wasting a minute, she shouted out "breakfast". Duh!! That night I simply made some scrambled eggs I think, but for the next breakfast for dinner night I decided to be… Continue reading The One-Handed, No-Recipe Recipe for French Toast
It was a rainy yet fun weekend for us. The highlight involved seeing our dear friends Susan and Chris from Nashville visiting for the Homecoming weekend with their two extremely adorable kids Naveen and Neela. As required, we lined our kids and took lots of pictures! It was a moment of utter cuteness and pride to… Continue reading The good and the burnt!