Gluten Free Pita Bread

For the love of Falafel (Part 2): Pita Bread GF

Food related ideas and plans excite me. So did the idea of creating a Lebanese themed dinner at home, complete with Falafel, hummus, tabbouleh and Pita Bread… err, what? Isn’t Pita Bread a high gluten item? It is. And, I tested the hundreds of Gluten free wraps and rolls available in the market. To say the best, I wouldn’t deem them right for human consumption. So then, I embarked on
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For the love of Falafel

I’ve always hated Falafel. Blasphemy? Yes. But you cannot hold me responsible as the ones I had always had were greasy, doughy and dense balls of something I could never say what. And, it’s a pet peeve of mine – when I eat something that doesn’t taste like anything, I get suspicious! Well, fortunately for the culinary world, that changed. We made travel plans to Jordan. While travel planning (which means
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My Thai – Going the green curry way!

I think that the one cuisine which has taken over the world by a storm (or, lemongrass) is Thai (other than Italian of course). In Australia, every third eating joint is a Thai restaurant. Back home in India, almost all 5-star hotels have a Thai restaurant option and smaller players are getting into the Thai food wagon in hoards. So then who am I to not join that party? Thai
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Island Vacations – Part 1: How to Pick an Island

Beach-front, beach-view, garden-front, over-water bungalow, pool-side, all-inclusive, adults-only, private-pool, bed and breakfast, full-board, half-board – these are daunting terms you will come across while deciding on an island vacation. We traveled to Costa Rica and Seychelles and spent a considerable amount of time in trying to select a resort and an island. It is time to share some of this knowledge to help you make a decision when booking your next
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Our campsite at Lluchapampa on the Inca Trail

How to plan the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, Peru

Ever since we traveled to Machu Picchu and trekked the Inca Trail back in November 2012, many of our friends and acquaintances have asked us about it and what are the things that one should consider while planning this trip. In this post we provide a quick run-down of all the things you need to keep in mind while planning the Inca Trail.
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