Hi guys ! Hope everyone is doing great! First off let me start with some exciting news happening on my home front ! My daughter Katelyn was born on the 24th of February , and hence I’ve been away from blogging for a while. Y’all know the drill of having a newborn around if you’ve been there, done that 😀 This post and the ones that will follow in the coming weeks are all scheduled, as I was sure I wouldn’t have much time at hand to blog. And I also know taking a break only makes it harder to return. Experienced this in June last year and it took me 2 months to get back to blogging again. So this time I did a little homework to avoid that scenario 🙂 I will surely catch up on all your posts sooner, meanwhile I’m enjoying this precious phase for the second time in my life.
December is officially here!! I guess all of us agree that time does fly by with the blink of an eye! Is it just me? Why do I feel like this phenomenon never occurred when we were kids? Perhaps, we didn’t have a dime worth of worries back then!
Let’s rejoice anyway, it’s the holiday season!!! The joyous feeling of Christmas is already in the air, with gifts, decor & other holiday accents embellishing the racks of most stores.
I’ve begun preparing my Christmas goodies:) Today I made these traditional Goan cookies, ‘Bolinhos’ , which means cookies in Portuguese and ‘coco‘ means coconut. Continue reading →
Last year when I came across a post on nankhatais on my online food group on facebook by Priyanka Sushant Verma,recipe courtesy of Ruchi Airen, food blogger at Food fellas 4 u, I knew I had to give this a go. I didn’t realize how easy it would be to make these until I tried them, and I was so glad I did.Thanks a bunch Priyanka and Ruchi 🙂 Continue reading →