Laddoo’s are literally bejeweled Indian sweet. Marking it’s presence with sweetness and auspicious color, it’s served during festivals and marriages. Heck, I could have laddoo’s any day. No need for any celebratory excuse.
Hazelnuts are the favorite in our household. Just a crunch transports me back to my favorite childhood spread, the infamous Nut…., you know what. But it was always so intensely sweetened. And the list of ingredients can be daunting to consume by the spoon. Daily.
Happy Karva Chauth! I got this post all typed up and ready to go-live yesterday, but alas, the site was down. I guess it’s never too late to make fudge since its just as easy as making a bowl of oatmeal for breakfast. But funner and so festive!
I am sitting in a cafe, sipping my latte and typing away, not realizing I left my notepad at home. A notepad that contains scribblings of recipe for nan khatai sits on the desk in my office, at home. 25o miles away. 250 miles away!
Afternoon tea has to be one of my favorite time to unwind. With tea, petite sandwiches and of course, the occasional scones. Halved and slathered with thick cold european butter and jam — the whole eating experience makes up for any mishaps. No thanks to the British invasion, I need scones in my life. Periodically.
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