‘Tea Time’has always been a lavish affair in England. The Afternoon Tea is a light meal had between 4 pm late afternoon and may go on till 6 pm. Hot tea is served in delicate tea pots accompanied by light snacks. Sandwiches, cookies, scones, muffins or toast along with a cup of piping hot and…

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A tasty way to use leftover cooked rice! How often do we hear the line “Failure is the stepping stone to success” when being given a pep talk by our well wishers! And these lines are supposed to rebuild one`s  confidence to tackle difficult situations head-on, with a brave face. They are not a mere…

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{GUEST POST} (2) – BY SHARMI OF SHARMIS PASSIONS   With perfect & neat clicks of all her mouthwatering recipes, Sharmi`s posts never fail to amaze its readers. She has a way with the recipes that makes it easy for all to understand and try out successfully. Her blog features a wide variety of recipes –…

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      This famous Indian street food needs no introduction. A plate of piping hot bhaji served with pav (square Indian dinner rolls) greased generously with butter is a common sight in Mumbai roadsides. Each one has some special memories associated with a plate of hot pav bhaji topped with butter! For me it…

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