Ivy on December 29th, 2010

As I said in the previous post, I was hoping that on Sunday I would have leftovers so as not to cook but since there was nothing left I decided to cook an easy chicken recipe. My son came from Portsmouth last week, where he is studying and a couple of months ago, he had […]


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Ivy on September 25th, 2010

Here I am.   I made it to the second challenge of Project Food Blog.  Wow, that’s really an achievement taking into consideration that almost 2000 food bloggers have now been eliminated down to 400. I am now posting from Cyprus but as I don’t have an internet access at home, I won’t be able to […]


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Ivy on March 9th, 2009

This is a recipe I have prepared a few weeks ago.  Although I was planning to cook something vegetarian for Joan’s event A Culinary Tour around the world, unfortunately I did not manage to cook something, for personal reasons. BloggerAid is also inviting its members to join Earth Hour 2009. With only a few days […]


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Ivy on June 8th, 2008

Since I discovered a little shop near my house selling Asian products, I have bought some spices and try to experiment with them, as I loved their taste from the very first time. I tried to find a recipe at some of my Indian friends’ blogs or other friends’ blogs cooking Indian food but most […]


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Ivy on June 8th, 2008

I recently discovered an Asian store where I had bought some Indian products and one of them was garam masala.  The ingredients written on the package I have bought are:  Coriander, cumin, pimento,nutmeg, pepper, cardamom, clove, fennel and bay leaves. When I asked my friend Swati, of Sugarcraft in India, if  garam masala means spices, […]


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Ivy on May 29th, 2008

It’s strange how some people have the gift to conquer you heart by their kindness.Swati, of Sugarcraft India, is one of those persons.Just less than a month ago, Swati commented on one of my recipes and when I paid a visit back to hers, with a simple question I made about something, I cannot remember […]


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