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February 15, 2013

Valentine’s Day – Dinner for two

We have never been big on Valentine’s Day. This year we decided to be different! I got roses(although the previous day, well, the thought that counts).  I decided to cook a 6 course meal. What was I thinking! It was the middle of the week, work is hectic, had to buy groceries and these were things that I have never cooked before. Well, nothing can stop craziness. I had to skip the dessert and a main course due to lack of time and bought gelato(Has anyone tried Talenti gelato. They are awesome. So far, Pista, Black rasberry and Black cherry are my favorites.). Anyway, this is the menu/recipe I followed (Skipped Tempeh and dessert)!! It took all off 45 mins from scratch for the 4 course (Eggplant Cornucopias, heirloom tomato salad, steamed asparagus, Roasted veggie Quinoa, Roasted Beets)!!

Valentine' Day Dinner 2013 Valentine2013

December 21, 2012

Ramanujam -125

125th Birthday for the great mathematician Ramanujam! So proud to have gone to the same school he went to. Here is my high school notebook commemorating the centenary birth celebration.

Ramanujam Centenary celebration notebook

Ramanujam Centenary celebration notebook

January 15, 2012

Happy New Year & Prosperous Pongal!

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Wish you all a happy new year and a prosperous Pongal!

October 26, 2011

Happy Deepavali 2011!

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Wish you all a wonderful Deepavali!

August 21, 2011

Krishna Jayanthi

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Boo had to post those pictures of the cuties to make me all depressed that it has been almost a year since I saw them. So here you go, she asked for it! Murukku was yummy! The poli reminded me of Shankar Mutt Poli from Bangalore! Came out pretty good!

November 5, 2010

Happy Deepavali 2010!

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Wish you all a wonderful Deepavali!

This year, my contribution to Deepavali has been just the eating part since parents are here! Mom took care of all the sweets and snacks! So here it is!

Happy Deepavali!

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