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Place of Origin – An Answer to Your Snack Cravings

If you are fond of local dishes from all over the country, you would always be on the lookout for people who go on trips to various places to bring you some. During my college days, students used to wait for the Keralites to arrive with their Banana chips and Β the Tapioca chips, the Telugites… Continue reading Place of Origin – An Answer to Your Snack Cravings

100 Happy Days · Food · Kochi Diaries · Life · Photography · Travel

Narikulam Tharavadu and Nedungad Boat Jetty (Part II)

Sumptuous Food at Narikulam Tharavadu and beautiful scenic views at Nedungad Boat Jetty, Vypin. A must visit for all who come to Kochi.

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Aangan Downtown Restaurant Review

Let me begin with this: I feel like I have found treasure near my house. Having been a part of a Facebook group ‘Eat Kochi Eat’, I kept seeing great reviews about Aangan Downtown Restaurant and had added it to my must visit eateries list. If you have read my earlier posts, you’ll know that… Continue reading Aangan Downtown Restaurant Review

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Trip to Kuzhippilly Beach & Narikulam Tharavadu

We found an amazing Homestay in Kerala on the outskirts of Kochi. With amazing scenery around, yummy, pocket-friendly food, experience Kerala as it is supposed to be; Coastal food, backwaters, greenery and the countryside!

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Potatoes, Pickles & Grandma-Fairy dust

On some days, the moment I enter the gate of our apartments the aroma of food wafts in. Especially if it is lunch time. I can easily spot the Aroma from our kitchen because, well, I have known it for 27 years! My, until-then-quiet-&-happy stomach would start grumbling and the tap of my salivary gland… Continue reading Potatoes, Pickles & Grandma-Fairy dust

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Grandma Tales

  “Whom do you like the most? Your father or your mother?” This was (and is I guess) a cliched question people asked children. When they used to ask me, I used to think just for a moment and say, “My Ammamma.” That is what I call my Grandma. I had been thinking of starting… Continue reading Grandma Tales