Day 5 of 365 days cooking challenge

Today there was a power outage at our place and I thought of making a very simple dish. Made cabbage fry which takes 15 minutes to cook. Oh, btw I cooked at my In-law’s place today because of the power fluctuations. And pickles always come to the rescue. Also, for a couple of weeks, I’ve…

Day 4 of 365 days cooking challenge

Day 4/365 Made Kanda Fry (Yam Fry) along with Muddapappu (Plain Dal) and Avakaya for Lunch. My MIL made Chamadumpala Pulusu, which she shared with us.  Day-by-day I’m feeling so grateful for being able to have this simple yet luxurious food. There’s one doubt that’s constantly bugging me. When we eat Salads, Burgers, and other…

Day 3 of 365 days cooking challenge

Day 3/365  We got to make only one dish today. As we thought of not repeating the same greens and vegetables for at least a week, we ended up making Gongura senagapappu curry, which is extremely delicious and super easy to make. My MIL helped me with this recipe. I have put tempering separately, but…

Day 2 of 365 days cooking challenge

Day 2/365  Today we felt a little easy while shooting the recipe. Before starting I thought for a moment if this would give me any anxiety. Now, I don’t think so. Though the day was not so good today, journaling gratitude and blogging about my day are making me feel a little better.  I asked…

Day 1 of 365 days cooking challenge

Day 1/365  We juggled hard to make the setup fit in the kitchen, which seems to be an impossible thing. Finally, my husband has come to rescue. He was holding the camera all the time while I was cooking.  I think by the end of 365 days, I would become a pro in editing, have…

365 days cooking challenge inspired from the movie “Julie and Julia”

 I am one of those who get bored easily eating the same recipe a couple of times. I always try new recipes, asking my family members but at the same time, I can’t really cook on a daily basis if the recipe is too lengthy. Moreover, I can’t cook anything luxurious during this pandemic frequently…

The man with Integrity

Meet Mr. Ram Mohan Reddy, a farmer from Nellore. He is into farming for more than a decade now and doesn’t hesitate to experiment with various organic practices.  He grows sugarcane, and various varieties of rice on his farm, along with maintaining a shop of organic produce (procured from different farmers who does organic farming)…

The power of Micro habits

It was easy for me to learn a new habit during my childhood days. But growing older, and when responsibilities and expectations came into the picture, it became difficult to allocate time to learn new things or inculcate a new habit. I always wanted to learn many things, but anxiety and fear led to procrastination…