Sa colabra is a beast, a sinously laid out serpent, gliding its way lazily to the top and gracefully flowing back down to the sea. Built in 1932 by Antonio Paretti, it is stark and beautiful and a favourite among cyclists. Though not as challenging as the Italian dolomites or French Alp D’huez, it hasContinue reading “Sa Calobra Ride”
Grilled peaches with mascarpone, toasted walnuts and drizzled with honey, on a bed of raspberry coulis 😍 Sounds exotic but is a kid’s recipe indeed. Tasted this a few years ago on a skiing holiday and still vividly remember the play of flavours, ever so exquisitely balanced on my palate. Healthy quick dessert, perfect forContinue reading “Grilled Peaches…”
Some sample pictures of the deer workshop we attended, one summer morning, at Bradgate Park, Leicestershire. Great experience and that too right at our doorstep. It was the rutting season and our tutor Danny Green educated us about the behaviour patterns of these beautiful animals.
Paris, the city of dreams. A place where we go again and again and there will always be surprises around every corner, sights that always amaze you again and again! These are a selection of images that i captured during one of my visits. Some days were cloudy and overcast but some were perfect. TheContinue reading “Paris in Monochrome”
You can never have enough of Venice, I realised after my fourth trip to this jewel of an island. This time, I didn’t want to return and rightly so….. People ask me about itineraries in Venice, places to see, places to stay, places to eat and all I can say is that the best itineraryContinue reading “Venice”
I was never a salad person, always made fun of the salad eaters and the ghaas phoos gang. It was always so annoying to spend ages chewing like a goat or cow, my jaws always hurt and there was never a sense of fulfilment that one usually encounters when you actually eat meat 🙂 One day, however,Continue reading “The Salad Fraud……”
The plans took shape three years ago as soon as we finished our ski holiday in Les Orres and took three years to materialise 🙂 However, we were finally here and more than the skiing, I was more excited bc of the endles possibilities of learning a new cuisine. Natalie and Dan were brilliant and hadContinue reading “Apres ski day 1”
How difficult is it to get 2 over-ripe bananas? I have always thought that its no big deal because there is always a poor old banana, lying unwanted, unloved in some corner of our kitchens! With this in mind, last weekend, when I spotted two such miserable souls, I announced to my brood that IContinue reading “Easy Banana Bites”