Aubergine Meze

Aubergine is a vegetable I have got to enjoy only recently. In the past, aubergines used to have some bitterness which has now been bred out of them and we no only need to salt and drain them either. This aubergine meze is made slightly differently to an aubergine curry … Continue reading

What Vape Products Are Still Allowed under the New E-Cigarette Policy?

Vapers may no longer have the freedom of using the e-cig product of their choice. The reason is the new E-Cig policy released by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in February 2020. This policy was proposed by the President of the United State, Donald Trump sometime in September 2019. … Continue reading

Bombay Aloo

I usually make this dry potato curry called Bombay Aloo whenever I make  Gujarati pudlas (pancakes) Ingredients for Bombay Aloo 2-3 medium potatoes 2-3 green chilies 2 tbls sunflower oil 1 tsp cumin seeds ½ tsp salt ½ tsp turmeric ½ tsp chili powder 1 tbl lemon juice Handful of … Continue reading

Crispy Puris

I have recently started teaching at an evening class one evening a week.  At the start of  my cookery classes we have a short quiz  where I introduce either a new spice or a new dish to the class.   For my first ever cookery class I took a sample … Continue reading

Blackberry Jam

This summer, I have tried to make jam out of the favourite summer fruits. The recipe for all is very similar. Most recipes tend to suggest using sugar the same weight as the fruit but I always try and reduce the amount of sugar used as the summer fruits are … Continue reading

Cheesie vegetables and pasta with bechamel sauce in yorkshire pudding

Today’s recipe for the cheesy vegetable bake came about by chatting to my younger son who had eaten something similar at a friends place.  The dish turned out to be so delicious that I almost forgot to take pictures of it after we  served it. Ingredients: 3 cups mixed vegetables … Continue reading

Artificial organs – science fiction or reality?

Since the dawn of modern molecular biology and cell biology in the 1950s, many people have been dreaming of a day one can create organs in the laboratory from patients’ cell samples. Every year many patients die in hospitals due to malfunctioning or failing organs caused by various diseases or … Continue reading

Show How Much You Appreciate the Efforts of All Your Employees

Your employees are the backbone of the company. Without them, it would be difficult to achieve any milestone. They make it possible to push the business towards success. Some of them might not feel your appreciation at all. It helps if you also show how grateful you are for everything … Continue reading

Great Reasons To Meet Up for Margaritas in Pittsburgh

A margarita is one of the most sought alcoholic beverages after a long week of work. It’s a cocktail beverage consisting of orange liqueur, lime juice, and tequila. Of course, you don’t want to miss dipping your tongue on the salt on the rim of your cocktail glass. You can … Continue reading

4 Cultural Events for Students in London Worth Visiting in 2020

Even the most dedicated workaholics need a vacation sometimes. College students are no exception. The best kind of relaxation is a change of pace. Jumping straight into the fun after months of hard work can be a tricky endeavor, though. So let’s go over some of the most exciting and … Continue reading

Obvious Signs That You Are Ready to Live on Your Own

Are you set on moving out of your parents’ house as soon as you graduate from college? Being independent comes with a long list of benefits. However, it is a significant period of adjustment for you, especially if you are accustomed to having someone look after you. Living on your … Continue reading