Back To The Grind

I am back from my long vacation. Though its good to be back, I am thoroughly exhausted from my trip. Jet lag, exhaustion and not to mention, the mounds of laundry waiting to be done, has taken off even the littlest energy left in me.

Peas pulao, cherry tomatoes served with Kashmiri baingan (eggplants and apples) from 660 Curries

Nothing fancy is dished out from my kitchen these days too. Simple, comfort food is all I crave for now.

Many thanks to all whom participated in JFI – Whole Grains. I have received all your entries and will be back with the roundup shortly; after I am done with the laundry and unpacking of suitcases, that is.

15 comments:

Nirmala said...

Thats a fabulous plate of food to boost up your energy! Good to see u back in action!

Meeta said...

good to have you back. i crumbled and ordered 660 curries! so cannot wait to give it a try!

Happy cook said...

Yeah i fully understand you, after the long vacation we had in Indis and when we were back here it was like no rest. I didn't even know i had so much clotheds in the house. There were no end to the laundry and ironing.
Not to mention the clean up.

Lisa said...

Welcome back! I just recently purchased a copy of 660 curries. I love it. It is filled with so many simple, yet tasty, recipes.

Divya Vikram said...

I agree this is comfort food..Glad to see u back with ur lovely pics.

Maya said...

Welcome back Suganya.Hope you had a wonderful vacation.

SMN said...

Hey That plate looks full of energy food hope u all right now..

Sia said...

welcome bk dear:)

sunita said...

Welcome back, dear Sug...hope you ahd a great vacation :-)(btw, i had left a comment on the day you posted this )

bee said...

congratulations on your SUPERCLICK win.

Priya said...

Welcome!! :) Missed you and your lovely posts all this while Suganya. Waiting to hear more stories from your trip and Congrats on the win :)

Suganya said...

Thank you all for the warm welcome. It feels great to be back :).

There were some issues with the comment form, Sunita. It has been fixed now. Thanks for visiting.

Soma said...

I am pretty new, but I have been scouring your blog and ur beautiful pics. Glad that u r back...looking forward to seeing more clicks and recipes.

Kitchen Surfer said...

Hi,
You have a great blog and even lovelier pictures!

I just got done trying out the strawberry crisp...has turned out to be great. I had more oats than you'd suggested as I wanted a crispier crust.

Is there any way to solidify the goo? Coz I used some frozen berries with the strawberries and did not use the rhubarb.


Thanks again!

Rico said...

Fantastic plate, colourful and yummy...great picture too.

http://ricocoffeeshop.blogspot.com

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