On a quiet Saturday afternoon, when you are home and you have nothing to do and feel very hot..but don’t have a swimming pool to dip yourself in (I do have a pool but was too lazy to dip my toe)..Drink vanilla milkshake! 

Needed Ingredients:

1) Plain vanilla ice cream                                                                     

2) I used clover vanilla flavoured milk, but you can use normal unflavoured milk 

3) I used sprinkles to give my white drink some colour, but you can use chocolate flake or oreo crisps to “garnish” the drink

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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As an offering to the God, over 1392 different types of food dishes are offered in the Akshardham temple in Gandhinagar, Gujarat- India! (Source: Indian Food Kitchen)

That’s a lot of fooood! I hope the food went to the needy…

Prad

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Hey all,

I came across, this fun but serious, economic facts on the web and would like to share with all. Found this chart very interesting. This chart is a comparison between America and China in the educational aspect.

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My chai time is between 16h00 to 17h00. Drinking tea and listening to Carnatic music is the best! I don’t like missing my chai time, if I do my evening gets ruined. That’s the one and only time I  intake milk. I know its not healthy but am not a big fan of drinking milk.

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I just came across this picture below and was shocked how advanced we can think 🙂

I am not sure whether this is old news or pretty recent but I wasn’t made aware of it.

Prad 🙂

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Below are some photographs taken in Old Britain … AKA India during the British rule. Most of these photographs are taken in South India concentrated on Thanjore (Thanjavur – derived from Thanjai oor/ Thanjai nagaram). These photos are taken by the British and were found in a British museum library (அரிய புகைப்படங்கள்).These were snapped during the late 1700’s and 1800’s .

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Want to cook Indian food but don’t know where to start?? I will do some help with organising your spice pantry.

spice is a dried seed, fruit, root, bark, or vegetative substance used in nutritionally insignificant quantities as a food additive for flavour, colour, or as a preservative that kills harmful bacteria or prevents their growth. It may be used to flavour a dish or to hide other flavours.In the kitchen, spices are distinguished from herbs, which are leafy, green plant parts used for flavouring or as garnish. — Wikipedia

Many people have a spice rack that looks pretty neat and kinda decorates the kitchen. I use a spice rack for my other spice inventory. For easy daily use..I call it “take ‘n use”.. I use a spice container which gets filled every now and then. My container looks like the one below, its a container with smaller partitions inside with a transparent air tight lid:


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