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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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Sun Tea with Mandarins and Citron

Sun Tea with Mandarins and Citron

The Internet has been carrying a lot of buzz about Sun Tea. It seemed like something I would like to do (if and when I found the patience) but I always put it on the back burner thinking I’d like to add some fruit to it. But fruit is difficult to find in my pantry […]

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My first home-grown tomato | Taking a Blogging Break

My first home-grown tomato | Taking a Blogging Break

Almost by reflex, the first thing I tend to do the moment I jump out of bed is go check on my plants. Even before I brush or bring in the newspaper and milk. Those are my first few moments of calm before the day hurls itself at me–before the rest of the family is […]

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Roasted Baby Carrots with Sea Salt and Thyme

Roasted Baby Carrots with Sea Salt and Thyme

Many, many years ago, on a trip to Mahabaleshwar, I ate baby carrots for the first time. Slender little things with their greens still on. I must have been six or seven. And yet, it is surprising how I remember their distinct crispness and sweetness. I think we all ate a bunch each. Several years […]

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Trikaya Farm visit

Trikaya Farm visit

On the drive back home from the Trikaya farm in Talegaon, I felt deprived. Of fruit and vegetables. Not that I live in a desert. Like most people living in the city, I buy my vegetables from the local supermarkets and vegetable markets. Most times, I come home happy, thinking I have bought fresh produce. […]

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Window Garden and Black and White Wednesday No. 4

Window Garden and Black and White Wednesday No. 4

Like most people in Bombay, who have no access to backyards or dainty vegetable patches, I live my herb garden dream through my wrought iron grille windows. As you’ve seen from here. Here’s another glimpse! A new cherry chili plant in bloom These will be plump, juicy, red tomatoes someday! My faithful, 5-year-old curry leaf […]

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Food processor focaccia and 100 posts

Food processor focaccia and 100 posts

Turns out, the last post I wrote was my 100th. This little jhola of mine has been with me through so much–I started writing the blog one boring afternoon when I was lonely and feeling utterly unproductive and useless. It opened up a new world for me. It gave me something to divert my mind–even […]

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