In the last post, I shared with you one of my fav snacks during childhood. I mentioned two snacks in that post, Banana Ghee Roast and Meat Puffs. I thought I’ll share another homemade evening snack recipe. During school days, the concept of “evening snack” or “nalumani palaharam” was something major. I still remember, by […]
For Bachelor and Bachelorettes
I didn't have a “bachelor” recipe category during the initial days of blogging. However over the past several years, I’ve been getting mails and comments from so many bachelors saying that they find MM recipes to be helpful in their cooking adventure!
Since the number of comments and mails from such users increased over the time, these days I try to post some easy recipes specially for the bachelors. This category consists of mostly easy and quick recipes with no frills.
J: Why don’t you make something exciting? M: Define exciting J: hhmm why don’t you make something nice? M: Is that your definition for “exciting” and also what do you mean “make something nice”, do you mean that what I make is not nice? J: See, that’s your problem, when I say something, you add […]
We’ve already established that I’ve some form of a codependent relationship with butter. I know the word “codependent relationship” has a negative tone to it. According to Wikipedia – Codependency is a type of dysfunctional helping relationship where one person supports or enables another person’s drug addiction, alcoholism, gambling addiction, poor mental health, immaturity, irresponsibility, […]
Here’s something from my childhood days. More than the taste, I relish this dish more for the memories and feelings associated with it. Though Meat Puffs and Butter Beans and the like were the star snacks of my childhood, items like this Kappa Vevichathu is also very much etched in my memory. What I remember […]