• The 18th Century Fried Chicken Nathan Bailey’s 1736 cookbook Dictionarium Domesticum

    Nathan Bailey’s fried Chicken from the 1736 cookbook Dictionarium Domesticum

  • Soul cakes

    Soul cakes are traditionally made on Halloween (two days before All Soul’s Day). These are mildly sweet, a bit spicy and topped with currants in the shape of a cross. This recipe is adapted from lavenderandlovage.com.

  • Coriander Crusted Tuna with Creamed Cabbage and Fried Leeks

    A Sashimi grade tuna by Chef Rebecca Jean.

  • Chicken and Cheddar Souffle

    This recipe is adapted from foodnetwork.com. Chicken and veggies are combined in a simple white sauce thickened with egg yolks and a flavorful cheese. Stiffly beaten egg whites bring in fluffy texture.

  • Italian biscotti

    Adapted from joyofbaking, this biscotti is a revelation to me. My first attempt. It didn’t turn out to be that great but I’d pat myself for the first attempt. My roomie finished one load in a day.

  • Banana Fritters ( Pazham Pori )

    This is a traditional Kerala snack. Bananas coated with flour and fried. It won’t taste the same with any banana other than Kerala banana / Nenthram pazham.

  • Chocolate Brownie

    This brownie is made from ghee(clarified butter) and can stay preserved for 2-3 days. The ghee gives the brownie a crusty top that makes it hard on the outside but soft and moist inside.

  • Simple Chocolate Cake

    This is my mother-in-law’s recipe and this is the first cake I baked. This is a dead simple one and a very yummy cake. The results are much more than the effort needed…