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Mangoes, pickles, and a home lost

I first documented this recipe for The Gore Family Cookbook; I am reproducing it here: Mothi Aai’s Mohoricha Loncha This recipe is a staple in the Gore kitchen, and children are often initiated into pickle appreciation with this sweet-sour-pungent pickle. Long train journeys were made bearable armed with dabbas of curd rice and dollops of […]

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In Defense of Yeast

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How Gampu came back

How Gampu came back

When I was a child, we went to my paternal grandparents’ home for Ganpati celebrations every year. My grandmother was in poor health since as far back as I can remember, and she used to feel weighed down with the additional responsibility of prepping for the elaborate festival. My mother, not exactly the religious sort, […]

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When she didn’t come

When I was just married and for several years after that, I had a daily visitor. A friend. A confidante. I looked forward to the visit. Partly because I enjoyed our brief time together, and partly because it had become a ritual—one with all sorts of superstitions attached. She would be perched on the lower, […]

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Being a Work-from-home mother

Being a work-from-home-mum has its disadvantages. You tend to switch on the laptop shortly after you’ve brushed, hoping to check your email before the rest of the house wakes up—just so you can plan your tasks for the day when you’re still sane. And that’s not even the tip of the iceberg. After responding to […]

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Brioche

Brioche

One of the foods Amma offered me when I was ill or generally low, was a fruit bun and a mug of hot Bournvita. It always picked me up because it made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside–it is only now that I realize it’s all because of the carbohydrates! Anyhow. I’ve been down […]

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Translated Loksatta article: The Magical World of Food Blogging | Recipe: How to make Sundried Tomatoes and Sundried Tomato Bread

Translated Loksatta article: The Magical World of Food Blogging | Recipe: How to make Sundried Tomatoes and Sundried Tomato Bread

Last month, I wrote my first Marathi food article for a leading Marathi daily, Loksatta. For those of you who wrote in and called with such encouraging feedback, thank you! Here’s the translated article for those of you who don’t read Marathi. (And here’s the link to the original article.) On a bored evening in […]

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