What’s up, guys?! I think this time instead of me telling you what’s going on in my life, I would like you to tell me what’s happening in yours. How’s that?
Of course I know I can always read your blogs to find out, but sometimes I get sidetracked by the food and recipes. You know what I mean, right?
Of course that’s not a bad thing, either, but sometimes I really do want to find out more about YOU, not just what you are COOKING in the kitchen.
You know what I mean, right?
So, how about it, everybody? Is it a deal? Can you tell me what’s going on in your life right now? What makes you happy, what gets you excited, what’s bothering you or making you upset, etc.?
Tell me, tell me… What’s going on??
And if you must know what’s happening with me this week, I have only one word to say… Sleepy…sleepy…sleepy… I guess that’s three words ???
“I love the amalgamation of Indian and French cuisine, by Anjana, as well as her beautiful photos of the meal. The blend of the herbs, savory potatoes in the French toast together with the tangy date chutney or cilantro chutney is a beautiful fusion of flavours. Such a delicious and creative brunch!” — Ahila
“I like the French/Indian mash-up in this one. I’d seriously like to dine on this tonight, if I had the option! The photography complements the seasonings, and I’m really game to try this!” — Diann
“An original recipe from our Hostess at Heart! I LOOOVE this!! I feel like finally someone has created the sandwich of my dreams. And it sounds and looks even better than what I had imagined. Thank you, Julie darlin! Will make, that’s for sure!” — Angie
“One look at the cake and its name and I was intrigued. What a perfectly delicious combination of cake, custard and crunchy nuts by Ginger! The sweetness of the honeyed almonds balances the less sweet cake bread base and custard filling. Bienenstich – a wonderful treat with coffee!” Ahila
“I’m fond of Indian Mango Lassi, and am pleased as punch to see a new take on the mango frontier in Indian beverages. I’m looking forward to trying this — and I have to admit, the garnishes are an extra I’d relish! — Diann
“The picture perfect drink caught my eye as did the name Naina coined for it. Like the award-winning Bollywood movie, Bajirao Mastani, the mango milkshake is sheer indulgence! Couldn’t help sharing a beautiful song from the movie: https://youtu.be/zRtPUIumXcY” — Ahila
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