This one was completely by accident. Really! I was actually surprised that it tasted so good! Especially as I was the one making it! I had come back from university at 4.00 pm, completely ravenous after skipping lunch. I had no patience to make food. Without really thinking about it, I picked up a potato waffle, found some other random ingredients and starting tossing it together into a bowl in the microwave and it came together! I got an idea as to what I was making after I was more than halfway through it! It takes like 5 minutes to make. And its delicious for something that took so little time. Continue reading “5 min creamy potato wrap… thing (Okay, the name still needs work)”
I love Indian spices! They seem to jazz up just about everything! So I tried adding some in couscous and surprise! It tasted great! It look me just about 20 minutes to make and it was amazing. So say goodbye to flavorless couscous and hello to spicy, jazzy veggie couscous.
This is perfect for students as well, to get a healthy, quick but delicious meal before getting back to hit the books. Continue reading “Indian style veggie Couscous – Just coz”
‘Grandfather’ – a ubiquitous bond of descent,
The link of our history, tied to the present,
He defines the future of generations to come,
Setting identities through his chromosome. Continue reading “Gold under silver – My grandfather”
Growing old. I can’t really imagine it. I mean, I am growing older with every passing second, (I’m like 10 seconds older since I started this post!) but I can’t imagine actually being old. It must be awful. Continue reading “Is old really gold?”
On a city’s way,
On a summer’s day.
I see puffs of smoke
From the chimneys poke
Their very black heads
Which leave the city dead.
Comparison, a small word to denote so big an action,
Something done so often, without much reflection,
Neither on the situation, nor on the ramification.
It is but to determine, to condemn the creation. Continue reading “To small a word to compare”