7.8.14

home cooked {ii}

these were taken few weeks ago when i felt the need for little adventure in cooking; so tried some cactus for lunch. I also tried sautéed brussels sprouts and red endive with avocado dip for the first time.
{red endive with avocado dip - recipe here}

I would love to hear you about your cooking adventures too. do share in comments.






14 comments:

  1. so yummy! I'd come along for a dinner any time :D

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  2. i wish i had cooking adventures :D i eat salad and soup and fruit everyday ahahah.lazy person <3
    your food looks yummy and the photos of it are wonderful!

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    1. sara, you sound like super health conscious to me :)
      thank you for kind words!

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    2. i am...i had an health issue 5 years ago and i have to look out for my eating and try ti keep it good for m body <3

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    3. i can totally understand that. even i need to change my eating habits. I am trying at snail's pace though. :)
      hopefully next time you will see some healthy home cooked. ;)

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  3. Everything looks lovely!
    Recently i started baking-done with Butter Cake and shortbread cookies:)
    And i think it's a sad thing we don't get avocados here.

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    1. Thanks awono. :)
      Share your recipes. I have started baking too.
      And yes we don't get avocados in India much. I found some in mumbai at hypercity but too raw to eat.

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  4. It looks so artsy and adventurous! The only thing I can make is tomato soup straight out of the can. Teach me your ways!

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    1. Thank you Erin!
      Just keep trying. Not all of my experiments turns of good. :)

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  5. Looks delish! <3

    P.S. Is the cactus for your tummy as well?

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    1. Thank you!
      Cactus YES! you can eat this particular type of cactus.

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  6. Yum! Avocado is always a favorite of mine!

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