Basil & Garlic Focaccia

The final dish for this week’s theme of Global Cuisine is this beautiful Basil & Garlic Focaccia. It is one of the most popular breads of Italy and has undergone so many changes over the years. The traditional focaccia does not have any toppings or has┬á minimal toppings with the most popular one being onion…

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Ciabatta -with sponge

I feel I am returning to the blog after ages though it has been only about two weeks. But I did a vacation to Udaipur and the mandatory Chennai Diwali trip and so it feels I have been away for quite a while. My theme this week This week’s theme for the Blogging Marathon is…

Insalata Caprese Loaf

Baking for the letter ‘I’ left me pretty confused. The almost obvious choice was the Irish Soda Bread which has also been on my to-bake list for quite a while. But at the same time, I had decided on the bread theme for this month and the soda bread is technically not bread since it…

Grissini

When you have a kid, you assume certain things, things like you can influence the kid’s behavior. The practical side of you points out that the influence may be significant in the first few years and less so as the years go by. But you expect to have some control on your kid. Then the…

Focaccia

  When I was formulating the list of breads to be baked, I was wondering what I would bake for F since I already had written about the most popular ones – Fougasse and Focaccia. Then when I actually checked my blog, I realised that I had not blogged about Focaccia. I was shocked, to…

Bruschetta

I made Bruschetta as part of my Italian Lunch Spread. It is quick and easy to put together and will serve well as a snack or starter of choice for unplanned guests. It is an almost no cook dish and the ingredients are usually available at home and this can help brighten up a meal…

Italian Lunch Spread

Anyone who has spent more than a few minutes on my blog or talking to me will know I adore all things cheese and all food Italian. I have been planning on making a full fledged Italian meal forever now but never got around to doing it. The Thali theme for this month’s Blogging Marathon…

Via Milano – brunch review

This weekend, the husband, daughter and I were to head to Mysore for a long awaited weekend trip. But due to various reasons, we did not. The husband, in his brief guilty conscience, promised me a delicious lunch of my choice. Poor guy! He spoke to soon. After spending extensive time on the internet, particularly…