Ever since we came to Delhi, we have made setting up our family Christmas tree an exciting event for our kids. It’s something they start looking forward to from the beginning of November. Now setting up the tree in itself
The first time I tried this mutton curry I felt so warm and cozy inside. My cousin-brother’s wife had come to visit me in Dallas when I was sick and she made this amazing curry to cheer me up. Well,
In the busyness and blur of my wedding day, apart from my husband’s ugly one-time mustache, there is one thing I remember so clearly. It was from the sermon that was preached at the service. The preacher spoke about making a home and about hospitality.
“Read your bible, pray everyday” was a famous Sunday school chorus we learnt growing up. We not only sang it faithfully, we ardently tried to follow it to the letter, most often completely missing the point of the song. So,
We’re in our car and my husband is driving. Our friend is travelling with us. We’re on a bridge and the car hits the side wall and overturns. Plummeting deep into the green water of the river below, we struggle
We live in the age of fast paced internet, camouflaged evil, quick downloads, quick fixes, weird characters and ever changing scenery in the realm of Peppa Pig and such. Against this background I often wonder how I will raise the
I remember that night when I woke up screaming, with terrible pain in my abdomen. I felt like someone had knocked the air out me. I remember walking around the seminary campus doubled over with pain. I remember not wanting
Just before we left the US to come back to India, I was hurriedly collecting “American” recipes to try out in India. Here’s one: the chocolate chunk magic cookie bars. These bars are super yum to say the least. They