Let’s talk about lighting in food photography, more precisely on the quality of light often categorized as hard and soft light.
Here is a recipe inspired by the Hakka noodles I had from street vendors back in Assam. It is filled with vegetables and is a sure shot winner in my family.
Madeleines with a hint of orange blossom taste amazing with your cup of tea. They are both light and fragrant.
Cooking with a limited number of seasonal ingredients is a part of Assamese culture. Taking a leaf from my roots, here is a simple recipe.
This magical mix has bananas, honey, oats, cinnamon, and yogurt. It’s more like preparing ready to eat breakfast.
Papri chaat is like an explosion of different elements in terms of taste and texture.
These chocolate donuts are perfectly light and sweet. Adding the dalgona whip was an afterthought.
These perfectly herby and cheesy falafels are sure to be a hit on your dinner table. They are crispy, a tad nutty, and light. The light, airy texture makes you crave for more.
Blueberry wholewheat muffins are delicious, sugar-free, and easy to make. How?
Hazelnut and chocolate spread with the goodness of honey and coconut oil. A Twist Reimagined!!
Nothing fancy about the butternut squash soup with tomato paste and fresh basil. Always keep it simple with the right mix of fresh and preserved ingredients. The sweet and creamy butternut squash blends well with fresh basil.
Do you love toasts and want others to fall in love with them too?
Are you looking for tips for styling your toasts and make them Instagrammable?