Desserts HomeCooked Middle Eastern Vegetarian

    Grilled Fig with Burnt Honey, Yoghurt & Pistachio

    December 17, 2018

    My cooking philosophy is all about ingredients, maximum flavour and simplicity – in that order. Looks, super fancy plating, styling are just not my cup of tea – although when it all comes together, no one is more elated than I am. A lot of the dishes in my Puck Arabia series were usual everyday stuff that I just had to pimp up to make look good; otherwise, I’d normally put everything together and just serve it, because flavour always…

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  • Article Asian Cuisines Travel

    Exploring Vietnam

    Like most international vacations, our planning started with Europe. But somehow, amongst visa interview dates, proper documentation and a myriad of other issues, we finally found ourselves looking at traveling to a South-East Asian…

    December 10, 2018
  • Green Chutney – Quintessentially Indian

    Three months, a 360-degree lifestyle change and a hacked blog later, here I am finally writing about food again. We recently shifted back from Dubai after over three years of slogging it out. I…

    October 5, 2018
  • Article Italian Travel

    Why Visit Verona…

    I remember walking down a cobbled street looking around at the small boutique shops on either side of the road, marveling at how old these streets were – that the Romans probably trod on…

    September 5, 2017
  • HomeCooked Indian

    Dal Khichdi

    The food of our childhood, our heritage, is what defines us, nourishes us and fills our heart and tummy with warmth. For any Indian, the combination of Dal (lentils) and Rice – whether made…

    June 17, 2017