Here’s a clue:
This is Sara. She’s beautiful, smart and funny. She also makes incredible dosas!
Piyush and I were lucky enough to meet Sara and her family at a wedding a month–or so–ago. I’m always excited to meet new friends as a couple, but I get especially excited–like really excited–when those new friends also love Indian food! And it’s extra neat when the wife is a blonde (just like me!) and the husband is from India (just like Piyush!). Continue reading
One word just wasn’t enough…
When I’m feeling tired and lazy, Piyush gets a simple Egg Curry for dinner.
I haven’t done a One-Word-Wednesday post in so long, so I thought it was time to bring it back!
Without further ado… Continue reading
Today I was going through my old camera’s memory disk and found a few gems. I thought I’d share a couple photos of some of the recipes that for one reason or another never made it on the blog.
Apparently I’m getting quite forgetful–or, I’m just incredibly lazy–because there were quite a few that I remember tasting really good that I never posted; and now it’s been so long, I can’t find my recipe notes! Hopefully these recipes will make their appearance (recipe and all!) soon!
Today my blog makes it’s grand debut in the Rochester Post Bulletin.
If you’re visiting My Fancy Pantry for the first time, after reading the paper, Welcome! I’m happy to have you here!
Please look around. You can find a list of all recipes on my blog at the top of the page, right under the header (Recipe Index).
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The recipe for Chicken Masala that was included in the article can be found HERE.