Lohri is a South Asian bonfire festival and a seasonal celebration which originated in Punjab, NorthIndia. Falls on 13th of January every year , a day before Makra Sankranti.This date marks the coldest day in northern India and the winter solstice – the shortest day and longest night – as well as the start of the harvest season.
So when you have such a small day you have to do what you wish to do quickly and have a great good night sleep. My way of making a day worth it is , to pick a place that serves you good food , as food makes for every celebration as a special day. So here I am at Farzi Cafe having the Lohri special Menu , and trust me a Lohri lunch with a curated menu is a great way of having a Happy Lohri.
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We all do this, and we all keep it for that 1 Day itself. As we all live the entire years resolution in just a day.
Herein I have my list of resolution for this year. Which I am writing for you to follow since I am only going to try to adhere to it. It’s a tough list to live up to, but let’s see if we can
- Switch off your social Media for a day : We have come to a point in life that not having our mobile phones around makes us more lonely then ever. But let’s start with the toughest one. Don’t post any new year messages on 1st Jan 2018. Dont forward any near year cards JPEG – GIFs or Videos on what’s app just for a day. It will not make much of a difference either by wishing on 1st itself. After all…
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Winter happens to be one of my favorite season, not just the wardrobe gets a complete make over the food is also avail in lot more colors than what we get in every other season. Good food, and food to keep you warm through the chilly cold weather is something that I am going to highlight in this blog. This will answer to all your winter food queries with a quick guide on 20 best winter food rather 20 must have comfort winter food to keep yourself healthy.
1.Roots and leafy vegetables: In India winters are synonym to various saags ( green leafy vegetables ) that are available in plenty on all vegetable vendors/ hawkers, in all restaurants etc etc. Punjab is famous for Makke di roti with Sarso ka saag and across all north Indian restaurants this becomes the dish to be relished and is only available in…
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200 gm small clear skin baby potatoes
200 gm spring onion
1 spoon olive oil
Preparation: wash potatoes and spring onion throughly.slice potatoes in small pieces (refer the pic ). Chop offered the green portion of the spring onion and dice the onion and white soft stem in small circles. Finely chop the green portions
Take a non stick pan, put it on flame. add olive oil when its ready ad cumin seeds now add diced onions, green chilli and the soft white stems. Saute it in the olive oil. Add turmeric powder, coriander powder and salt to taste. Add dices potatoes. Let it cook on sim flame till potatoes turn light golden. Now add the remaining finely chopped green part of the spring onion.
Cook it till green portions turns soft.
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Well this is my first fashion blog that officially goes out from food2go4 , it’s altogether a different story that I have done many on fashion, though i am still perplexed about publishing them…..some are in the draft folder and many are still cooking in the kitchen corner of my brain….in a nutshell i am still to hit that big publish button #LazyME
So why a foodie gets into fashion. To be frank that’s irrelevant in a multitasking ever evolving blogging vertical. So let me thank Ruchie from wigglingpen who with her Fashion-a-thon #NYtrain who helped me in stepping into this new zone by making me a part of this challenge. And thanks to Nisha from highongloss who nominated me to post a blog next on the New Year fashion train and this is hopping blog stations till 31st Dec.
Before we move on let me run you through all…
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Farzi cafe is all about fusion food and lots of experiments with food. A presentation that’s a treat to your eyes and detailed description about the ingredients , their sourcing and nomenclature of a dish while being served is more than just music for your ears. This one at Jubilee Hills is one of the largest Farzi cafe so far with a dedicated parking of its own. Designed to woo-hoo you as you enter the cafe.
What’s a Dinning experience at Farzi cafe ?
Every Farzi cafe has something in common and that’s what they call as the Farzi experience where these are 3 things they serve to everyone.
- Amuseboosh ( I might have mis spelled this ) : This is served to every Farzi customer before starting the meal. And it’s a shot that is being serves in the fuming bed with liquid nitrogen to create the molecular…
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