Lovejoy’s Tea Room is a cozy quirky place filled with mismatch china and furniture-where handmade tea cozies, broken china mosaics and an eclectic assortment of collectibles will delight your eyes. Warm scones, tasty tea sandwiches and a bottomless pot of tea is awaiting you:)
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Soft, crunchy and healthy kheema naan made from minced chicken filling stuffed in whole wheat naan. It’s crunch on top and soft and spicy inside. The best part is that you don’t need yeast or tandoor to make this naan. It can be made easily in oven.
Amazingly spongy, tasty, healthy, eggless and butter less whole wheat cake.
These are easy one-bowl chocolate cupcakes made from flour, cocoa, eggs and yoghurt. The glaze is made out of instant coffee and butter. They turned out amazingly soft and were great with tea. I referred this recipe from Simply Vegetarian Blog which was actually adapted from Martha Stewarts famous one bowl cupcakes. Ingredients For […]
Café Brioche..I LOOVE this place the, food is top notch! the service is beyond exceptional!!! It’s a cute bistro on California Ave in Palo Alto. This place has got to have the classiest vibe of all the brunch places on California Avenue, since it serves a quaint French bistro dinner as well.
Madeleines are very small sponge cakes with a distinctive shell-like shape acquired from being baked in pans with shell-shaped depressions. Video Recipe Interesting history: According to one story the name “Madeleine” was given to the cookies by Louis XV to honor his father in-law’s cook Madeleine Paulmier. Louis first tasted them at the Chateau Commercy […]
Banana Almond Bread is a simple and healthy banana bread with crunchy almonds which goes best with the morning coffee.I am big fan Banana Walnut Bread from Starbucks and always wanted to try it out. When I tried it for the first time, it didn’t turn out good. But this time it was a success. […]
Cheese Tomato Sandwich is an easy breakfast recipe made with bread, green chutney, slices of cheese and tomatoes.
It was 14th Feb 2014 and eGain hosted a Cookie Decoration Competition for the employees.
Khushi is my friend Urja’s daughter. She is 4 years old and is one of my best friend We play together, dance on hindi songs, fight also sometime and most important apply lip balm to each other
Delicious eggless chocolate mousse made from leftover bananas, chocolate and cream. It’s truly a mouthwatering dessert.This has been the simplest mousse I have made so far and the easiest also. You need hardly 3 ingredients :). It took me 15 minutes to make it and 30 minutes to set it…what else do you need
Paneer Naan Pizza is an amazing combination of Indian flavors with Italian way of cooking. With naan as a base and paneer as a topping it serves as an amazing dinner recipe. Crispy, crunchy and tasty to the core
Healthy sweet potatoes seasoned with spices and baked in oven. It’s a prefect healthy snack for the family.
Crepes made with all-purpose flour/Kahlua liqueur and stuffed with ricotta cheese and berries filling.They turned out so soft that they melted in mouth. It has become one of my favorite Valentine Day’s recipe
Simple heart shaped chocolate candies made with melted choco chips and sprinkles.Yesterday I made Chocolate cups and had some melted chocolate leftover. The best way to use that was by making some good looking candies:)
Chocolate bowls are handy treats for holding candies, other chocolates, truffles, berries, strawberries, wafers and more.They can serve as an amazing dessert especially on the upcoming Valentine’s Day
This heart shaped orange chocolate chip cookie with Haagen Dazs white chocolate raspberry truffle ice cream can melt away anyone’s heart especially on a Valentine’s Day:) It’s a very simple and tasty dessert.
Scoop n’ Bake Scoop n’ Bake , the cookie dough company based in Saratoga, California, is the brain child of a friendship between Hema and Shoba, and their passion for natural comfort food and entertainment.
Double ka meetha is a bread pudding dessert of fried bread slices soaked in hot milk with spices, including saffron and cardamom. Double ka meetha is a dessert of Hyderabad. It is popular in Hyderabadi cuisine, served at weddings and parties. Double ka meetha refers to the milk bread, called “Double Roti” in the local […]
Easy almond cake for last minute Christmas celebrations.
Orange flavored sponge cake which is butter less, eggless and amazingly soft. The orange zest adds great flavor to the cake.
Chocolate cake full of almonds and made in 20 mins from scratch in microwave!
Date Walnut Cake Recipe Made with dates, walnuts & wheat flour this cake is sugarless, butterless and eggless amazingly tasty.This recipe was shared by my friend Anagha Godbole on Epicurean Delights Group. The simplicity and healthy factor of the recipe tempted me to try it at the first place:) It came out so moist that […]
Rasz Potly is a healthy pie made from mustard leaves, tofu and vegetables. It was one of the interesting recipes at CIF Kitchen Khiladi Contest. It was created by Reshma Iyer, Amutha and Supriya
Nutella Brownies are brownies made from just 3 ingredients nutella, flour and eggs. They are amazing soft and taste amazing with ice-cream.
Cancer Institute Foundation (CIF) Kitchen Khiladi Contest 2013 was a huge success with participants from all over the bay area, esteemed judges, CIF volunteers and amazing audience.Cancer Institute, Adyar, Chennai, India is a Hospital and Research Institute delivering free cancer care for thousands of poor patients over the past 50 years. You can read more […]
Nankhatai is a shortbread cookie from India. It is very close to ‘Pecan Sandies’ in United States. It is made from flour, sugar, clarified butter and nuts.There is interesting history behind origin of Nankhatai. Nankhatai originated in Surat, a large port city in Gujarat.
Spinach Mushroom & Cheese Puff Pastry is made by stuffing the puff pastry with sautéed spinach-mushroom filling and cheese. It is an oven baked recipe. Pretty amazing for an evening snack. It can be a great appetizer for parties.
About Cupcakes The cupcake evolved in the United States in the 19th century, and it was revolutionary because of the amount of time it saved in the kitchen. There was a shift from weighing out ingredients when baking to measuring out ingredients. According to the Food Timeline Web, food historians have yet to pinpoint exactly […]