Steaming hot momos fresh out of the steamer are a treat on cold foggy days. These steamed dumplings came from Tibet are similar to the Japanese gyoza or the Chinese steamed won-tons. These simple , satisfying dish have become very popular wherever the Tibetan diaspora spread , and I for one am glad for Read more
Chocolate and raspberries isn’t that a match made in heaven ? Add to that a soft melt in the mouth packaging that is perfect for sharing. Oh yes , I am talking about White Chocolate Raspberry Mousse. And the best part is you can make it all without breaking a sweat.
Arrow root halva or Koova Kurukkiyathu is an easy sweet dish to prepare. The texture is very similar to Jelly, solid but not hard. Usually coconut bits are added to it for the much needed textural contrast. It was customary to serve this for Thiruvathira along with puzhukku. Koova Kurukkkiyathu (or Varattiyathu or Verakiyathu) being Read more
Waves crashing constantly on the rocks, as if to keep time eternally, this is Point Arena. Just pure nature, and a man made lighthouse. The lighthouse stands at the tip of a narrow peninsula jutting about half a mile into the pacific Ocean – serene and ethereal. In the sparsely populated cost of Northern California Read more
We were at the visitor center at Lassen National Park poring over the map. For a nature lover there are many interesting things to do here. I knew what I must to do the minute i saw the picture of the Cinder Cone Trail. Lassen has no dearth of volcanic domes –Read more