Baking with Pooja Dhingra

by Khushboo on April 24, 2014

Let’s talk about bucket lists…who’s got one? I wrote one 4 years ago & then forgot all about it till a few weeks ago when I was cleaning out my Gmail inbox (it’s still a work progress).  Amongst the 30+ items I had listed, a few include: Spend Christmas in New York & visit Rockefeller Center  […]

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Healthy Made Easy E-Book + Giveaway

April 21, 2014

Happy Monday, guys….and Happy Easter to those of you who celebrate!  Hope you had an eggs-ellent weekend !  I attended an amazing patisserie workshop on Saturday, but that’s a post for later on this week!  Today I want to share about a project I’ve been working on for a while: The Healthy Made Easy E-Book.  During my […]

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Non-dairy breakfasts

April 17, 2014

It might be lunchtime in Mumbai right now, but can we please rewind back to breakfast a.k.a. the best meal of the day.  Sure it might rev up my metabolism, provide me with brain fuel, energise me & all that jazz but let’s be honest:  Breakfast just tastes so freakin’ delicious Up until I did […]

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The Whole30 Post

April 14, 2014

Thanks for the warm welcome back to blogging!   During my hiatus, I  made a list of topics to post about eventually so I’m going to get right to it.  First one up: The Whole30  It seems to be the rage right now, but for those of you not familiar with it, The Whole30 is a […]

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I’m backkk

April 10, 2014

As much as I try to avoid using Caps Lock, you can’t beat it for expressing excitement so here goes: HOLLER!  Although I didn’t quite resume blogging at the start of December as planned, I’m going with the ‘Better late than never’ approach.  I guess life got busier than expected and before I knew it, […]

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Stepping back

November 14, 2013

Hey guys!  Hope your week is going well!  How are we already in middle of November- wasn’t it Halloween just yesterday??  Time flying = story of my life . In the 3+ years which I’ve been blogging, one thing I vowed to not do was to turn this hobby into an obligation or source of […]

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Living off one cuisine

November 11, 2013

If you had to live off one cuisine for the rest of your life, what would you pick?  I go back & forth between Italian and Japanese but lately I’ve been leaning more towards the latter.  As much as I love pizza, life without sushi just sounds wrong.  Over the last 2 weeks, I’ve been […]

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8 on the 8th

November 8, 2013

Happy Friday, guys!  It feels like the weekend has come along almost too quickly, especially as Monday and Tuesday were public holidays for Diwali.  However I can’t, well shouldn’t, complain.  Given that I’ve been finding it so hard to concentrate these past few days, I’m welcoming the weekend with open arms .  In the midst […]

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Workout Wednesday: Staying motivated…

November 6, 2013

Hello…or given that I’m writing this in the morning Good morning sounds more apt!  I recently came across this article on International Breakfasts & was amazed by the amount of variety across the world.  Some which especially stood out include: Japan: Miso soup & rice (or rice porridge) with a side of cooked fish and some […]

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The merits of food combining…

November 4, 2013

Hey guys…how’s it going? It’s no new phenomena that fad diets are a multi-million industry.  Even though it’s been proven countless times that exercise & balanced diet are the most effective means to weight loss, there’s no stopping new diets from creeping up.  One that stands out particularly to me is the not-so-new Food Combining […]

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Friday Favorites: 11/01

November 1, 2013

Thanks for all your warm wishes to feel better.  Aside from the occasional burst of drowsiness from the antibiotics, I’m back to normal.  After 10 days of little exercise, I hit up the gym yesterday to wean myself back in.  The initial few minutes were tough but it felt good to get my body moving […]

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