Mild Thai Yellow Curry {Toddler Approved}

A few days ago, I decided upon making a one pot green curry for the family, but I needed to do something separate for Savya as the green curry paste is too spicy for him.I used 5 different vegetables, coconut milk and curry powder with nice chunks of potato and chicken to create texture in…

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Etude House Sunprise Sunscreen SPF 50+ {Review}

I sweat. I sweat a lot. It's why makeup in the summer has almost always been a no-go for me. It's also why I don't look forward to summer. Sweating profusely on your face isn't cute. Growing up in California, I can vividly remember giving up on wearing makeup during the hot days of summer.…

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Porcini Mushroom and Cavolo Nero Linguini {Recipe}

This bowl of deliciousness is actually a pasta I randomly made out of necessity for lunch one day. It was the day before we went for our weekly shop, and the fridge was looking sparce. I was out of most things except for a bit of cavolo nero (black kale) and leftover raw red bell…

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INNISFREE – It’s Real Squeeze Mask {Rose}

I’m really enjoying this line of INNISFREE masks. I really loved this one in particular! Used it last night as I noticed a lot of redness on my cheeks and even some pimples. Fully removed my makeup and toned my face before putting this mask on. My face was a lot less red and irritated…

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Vegan Steamed Momo Recipe {Nepali-styled Gyoza}

Momos are an absolute favourite for many people. They are parcels of fragrant, juicy flavour, eaten with a spicy tomato sauce. Veggie dumplings are always a favourite for those who enjoy momos, but abstain from meat and fish. They are super easy to make, absolutely delicious, and are vegan and dairy-free. Depending on the wrappers…

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Tasty Tuesday: Usha La’s Dabangg Turkey Momo Recipe

As per my previous post raving about jhol momo, here is my favourite way how to eat these little parcels of joy. I still can’t believe that turkey can taste so flavourful! Momos are flavourful and a great way to bond with family. Some of my fondest memories growing up revolve around friends and family…

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Dashain aka “Nepalismas”

The Nepalese Hindu Festival of Dashain has come and gone this past week. It is also known as Vijaya Dashaimi and Dusshera in India. It has been fondly dubbed as “Nepali Christmas” or “Nepalismas” in a effort to explain the festivals significance in a familiar sense to those whom are unfamiliar with it. Dashain is…

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My Son is a Climber πŸ†πŸ—»

Blissfully unaware of any danger surrounding him, my son views the world as his personal playground. The furniture in the living room serves as a micro-sized Himalayan range; Grandpa’s favourite chair becomes his version of Mount Everest. Climbing, climbing, climbing to reach the top. Ignoring Mummy’s voice in the background, worriedly commanding him to get…

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