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Raw Jackfruit Curry (Mudi Chekke Curry From Coorg)

Since Jackfruit is in season, here’s another recipe using raw Jackfruit from Coorg. This recipe is another delicacy from my home town. In the last post, I shared a recipe for Raw Jackfruit Fry, which is a dry preparation. 334 more words

Recipes From Coorg

Prepare for stress when things go well

We all do it. We think about handling stress when things go badly. But how would it be if we prepared for stress when things go well? 612 more words


Kodava Pandi Kari (Coorg Pork Curry)

Last month a contingent of friends came to visit from London and we all travelled south to Karnataka for what turned out to be an amazing two weeks of history, unfamiliar flavours, new friends and good times.  790 more words


Monsoon stay amidst Coffee Plantation in Madikeri

In Madikeri, there are a few homestays but mostly occupied during the monsoon – the peak season. Coorg Coffee Hills being popular among the homestays in Madikeri, we decided to stay at the farm and were provided with a congested, small room with multiple beds. 437 more words


Why I love travelling with family

Last weekend, I went to a place called Somwarpet. It’s a little town close to the South Indian hill station, Coorg. We were a total of 9 people – mummies, daddies and kids – cooped up in a tempo traveller (which is what we call a 12-15 seater van) on 5-6 hour journey to a family friend’s wedding. 425 more words


Lord Ganesha - Why he has an elephant head and why he's the first to get a pooja?

Mr.Ganesha… Adhya-Poojita (first to be worshipped), my husband’s favourite whom he lovingly calls our Ganapanna, & whom a Kannadiga householder would have lovingly addressed (him) as Nam-Ganeshaa.. 1,386 more words


Break that Monotony!

Living in a city like Bangalore, with a job and it’s commute that takes up most of your time, you might wonder how you could break that monotony and head out, get rid of that daily clutter, breathe oxygen right off the trees, give yourself some space to feel bare earth beneath your feet, stare at a starry night sky, and talk to folks that actually enjoy your company. 207 more words