Give me Mexican any day and I am a happy girl! 🙂 Today’s dinner was an experiment that went so right that Kunal has asked for this to be a weekly thing! Great Sucess! Mexican food can be so versatile and you can mix and match different ingredients and create something new each time! Each […]

The minute I went to India, the first thing I ate was Pav Bhaji! Pav Bhaji is a popular Mumbai street food and I have been making it since I was about 14-15 years old. While Bhaji is a traditional Indian name for a vegetable dish, the Pav or Pau or Pao was the Portuguese […]

Thai food is one of my favourite cuisine next to Mexican. I can eat it all day everyday. I had last few vegetables left from Kunal’s brothers BBQ so this is day 3 of using them and coming up with a dish. This dish if so simple to make that you won’t believe how you could […]

It’s finally getting a bit cooler and I for one am looking forward to it. I missed being snuggled on couch with warm bowl of chili followed by hot cocoa! However, the real reason behing today’s chili recipe if two fold – One: because chili is just awesome and everyone should have a great chili recipe! […]

I love smell and taste of smoky eggplant! Absolutely declicious and divine! Chinese eggplant in garlic sauce is such a beautiful dish that combines smoky eggplant with heat of chilies and sweet taste of carmalized garlic sauce. Its like a party in your mouth! Not to metion it’s less than 350 calories! Ingredients: 2 Cups […]


Bonjour, my name is Drishty Ghadia. I was born and raised in India, where in a Vegetarian household I developed my love for cooking spicy food. Then later on moving to and spending 10+ years in the US, I found myself dumbstruck and in love with the high sugar, high fructose corn syrup, high cholesterol - yet oh so addictive food. I mean have you ever gone through an entire menu of The Cheese Cake Factory?

In the past few years I have jumped countries yet again and now I live in the land of Fish and Chips and Yorkshire Pudding - the lovely UK. I love to travel and I believe that you have to taste a culture to understand it. Italian, Spanish, Chinese, French, Swiss, German, Moroccan, Japanese, Malaysian, Sri Lankan, Indian, Peruvian, South African, Kenyan, Middle Eastern - you name it, I've eaten it and tried to make some vegetarian fusion version of it in my kitchen.

Food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison. I will be recreating some original and some fusion recipes from my travels in my kitchen and will share them with you here. Hope you enjoy them!

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