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The origin of...Batik

“Love is like a batik created from many emotional colors, it is a fabric whose pattern and brightness may vary.” Diane Ackerman

Batik is a technique of wax-resist dyeing applied to whole cloth, or cloth made using this technique. 488 more words

Culture

Go nuts over nut less Sabudana Khichadi - Radhika's Kitchen

We had featured Sabudana Vadas a week ago, made with loads of peanuts. That’s when Radhika chipped in with an innovative Sabudana dish that can be made without peanuts for those with nut allergies. 387 more words

Indian

Sabudana Vada - Sarika's Kitchen

Pearl Tapioca, Cassava, Sabudana, whatever you may call it, transforms into a couple of amazing dishes in Western India. In certain bigger cities, the homely mom and pop restaurants and street vendors sell this, and people love it, whether they are observing a fast or otherwise. 276 more words

Indian

Inventive Gastronomy - Part III

Funky Faraali Canapes

Add some panache to your upvaas (fast) with a recipe that will be wiped clean by not just the traditional elders but the hip youngsters too!  217 more words

Starter

Comings and goings...

The last term of the school year up here on the mountain has been incredibly busy.  So…where to start?

One constant is the joy offered by the monkey bars in the school playground – never seems to get dull! 910 more words

Mango Pomelo Sago (楊枝甘露)

Mango Pomelo Sago is a chilled soup dessert originally from Hong Kong, and it is one of the most popular desserts among the young generations. It is not only a dessert or drink, it also has a taste that combines with cake, ice-cream and pudding.  321 more words

Asian