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As the picture says it, it is the beginning for my new website #missnovemberfifth. Why Miss November Fifth? Well because I am a November lady and my birthday is on the fifth of November so I’ve come to love this domain name, if I could say so as it is only temporary until I am wealthy enough to buy my domain name (jokes). 61 more words


Mauritian lemon salsa

Today I’m sharing a Mauritian salsa recipe made with homemade  lemon preserved ( I Will share the lemon preserved recipe in another post). This salsa is bitter sweet which goes so well with fish menu. 42 more words


Travelling as a fresher!

Since you guys may or may not have seen my ‘about’ page, you might already know that I am a university student. And what better time to go travelling than the uni years? 378 more words


I speak the creolenglish, do you?

I was breaking a pause at Rose Hill bus station last day when I saw that beautiful noodle. Our eyes met and I shied away since I was not on my thirty-one. 327 more words

Carrot halwa ( Mauritian)

Today’s recipe is an indian sweet “carrot halwa” I am going to make it the Way my mother prepares it, since I am not from India Maybe the recipe Will not be totally the same. 161 more words


Maurtian "baguette fromage"cheese stick

Today I am going to share another Mauritian recipe, but this time its a snack which Ive grown up eating. Its “cheese stick” Known as “baguette fromage” in Mauritius. 204 more words


Chicken Biryani ( Mauritian style)

Biryani is a very popular dish around the world. It originated from India and Pakistan. There, they have so many different ways of preparing it. In my native country the Island of Mauritius this dish is being prepared in almost every household. 405 more words