Cappuccino Snickerdoodle

Its Christmas time! My obsession of baking delicious winter-y goods is on an all time high. This is my time to experiment and try all the new dishes that I have in mind. I made these cookies in October for Halloween, but I had made a huge batch and right now its frozen in my … Continue reading Cappuccino Snickerdoodle

Espresso Cupcakes

Coffee and desserts have a long loving relationship. Who doesn't love coffee in their desserts. Rather who doesn't love coffee! I love coffee. And I love it more in my desserts. It gives the dish a perfect bitter note, with a hint of its wonderful aroma. We all have added coffee to our chocolate cake … Continue reading Espresso Cupcakes

Humble Apple Pie Recipe

The rains have arrived. So hence our frying pans are out and the fragrance of fresh bhajyas is wafting through our houses. We all have eaten all the yummy fritters that go with our hot masala chai. How about we do something different and go with a warm goey delicious slice of an Apple Pie. … Continue reading Humble Apple Pie Recipe

Sunday Brunch at JW Sahar, Mumbai

I was invited by JW Sahar, Mumbai, for the celebration of their 1st anniversary Sunday Brunch. As sunday brunches are to be enjoyed with friends and family. We organized a small bloggers table as the #FTBBloggersMeet FTB being Fat Toxic Bawarchi, our as in me, Mohit Chotrani and Roshan Shetty's Youtube venture. JW Sahar's buffet … Continue reading Sunday Brunch at JW Sahar, Mumbai

Homemade Vanilla Marshmallows

Marshmallows. These little pieces of sweetness are so versatile. Drop a couple of them in your hot chocolate, flavor is enhanced. Layer graham crackers, chocolate chips and marshmallows in a pan, pop them in the oven for a bit. You have S'mores ready. Melt the marshmallows in the microwave, you have Marshmallow fluff ready. And … Continue reading Homemade Vanilla Marshmallows

5 Food Documentaries You Need To Watch

Majority of my time goes in thinking about food, talking about food and obviously eating food. But there is also a time when I am watching movies, videos and documentaries about food. We all have seen movies that have inspired us to walk in the kitchen the minute its over and start cooking. But there … Continue reading 5 Food Documentaries You Need To Watch

Singapore in 48 hours – Day 2

Day 2 began with coffee. I had a whole list of things to do and eat. I was determined to tick everything off on my to do list. So I picked up an Almond Croissant from the Starbucks right outside the hotel, hailed a taxi and off I was to the ToTT Store at Suntec … Continue reading Singapore in 48 hours – Day 2

Pffernusus aka Pepper nuts cookies

Pffernusus aka Pepper nuts cookies originated in Germany and are a part of traditional Christmas cookies. We all have baked or eaten our ever favorite Gingerbread Cookies and Sugar cookies. But I felt like experimenting a bit this year and creating things which we are unaware or just don't bother baking. These cookies are super … Continue reading Pffernusus aka Pepper nuts cookies

Pumpkin Pie

So I had planned to post it before Thanksgiving but its me and I get late. But better late than never. Here I present to you first time ever - Pumpkin Pie. But first of all a bit Gyaan (information) - We bakers usually complain that most of the international desserts cant be made over … Continue reading Pumpkin Pie

Basic Fillings, Frostings & Icings – Chocolate Buttercream

So I hope you guys liked the Vanilla Buttercream recipe. Now it is time for Chocolate Buttercream. Chocolate Buttercream needs to have the perfect balance of sugar and cocoa. I like the chocolate buttercream to have that perfect chocolate bang when you eat it. Not too bitter but no too sweet either. This recipe here … Continue reading Basic Fillings, Frostings & Icings – Chocolate Buttercream