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16 Things That I’ve Eaten Recently

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve shared food here on my blog. I won’t say that this the most exciting recent eats post that I’ve ever written (far from it) but it’s full of simple and easy meal ideas with lots of bowl combinations and entree salads. I’m typically not the biggest fan of dinner salads but they have been appealing these last few weeks as we’ve transitioned into hot and humid weather. I hate to sound like a broken record but I am still searching for my cooking inspiration and motivation. I received a comment on an Instagram post last night saying, “Please don’t give up on your eats, recipes, and cooking! They inspire ME!”  This has been...

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Welcome to my Foodie Blog!

Food and a fascination with it has always been a part of my life, as long as I can remember. As a kid I remember watching my mother making dinner, cookies and cakes and the fabulous smells that would come the kitchen. Both my grandparents were also great cooks. My paternal grandmother was Sri Lankan and her house the moment you entered made your mouth water. She made everything from scratch. Her house had an amazing aroma and now that she has passed I wish that I had asked her for copies of her recipes. All her curries she made from a row of spices in her kitchen that she mixed in her huge mortar and pestle. Now that I...

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Gluten Free and Vegan Thai Curry!

Whilst living in lockdown we’ve been missing being able to plan our next holiday. Somehow having no plans for a trip to look forward to (on top of our skiing holiday being cancelled earlier this year) has made working away harder than ever! I’ve been reminiscing about the great trips we have taken and want to recreate some of the amazing flavours we’ve tried around the world. Christmas 2018 we were lucky enough to take an unheard of 3 weeks off to go to Thailand for Christmas. We had the most amazing time exploring and eating the most delicious food. I’m not going to lie being gluten free in Thailand was not easy! I love Thai food but sadly because...

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Easy Japanese Curry Rice

I am an avid fan of “Begin Japanology”, it is a TV show in Japan that uploads their episodes on their YouTube Channel, I love how Peter Barakan, the host in that documentary type show narrates his stories. I am also mesmerized by Japanese culture, their hospitality, the places, and their food! My husband and I first discovered the channel way back in 2018 (if I’m not mistaken) and got hooked on the episodes. Both of us are fond of watching anime since we were in elementary or high school so it is really a big chunk of childhood nostalgia for us and we tend to learn a few Japanese words because of the subtitles. Sam as a digital illustrator,...

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Paneer Bhurji recipe

Paneer bhurji is one of those simple and easy and quick recipes that taste incredibly delicious. 20 minutes paneer bhurji recipe of scrambled Indian cottage cheese with onion, tomatoes, and spices. Tastes best with paratha, roti or any other flatbread. And then there are many more other ways you can enjoy this quick paneer recipe. Now from the past few weeks, I am sharing my Mom’s quick and easy recipes. This Paneer bhurji is a delicious North Indian breakfast dish that she makes with crumbled paneer and along with her masala paratha, this makes a mouthwatering delicious breakfast. Recently I have shared this Aloo Pyaaz sabzi, tamatar ki chutney and previously many more. The best thing about these simple recipes...

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