One of the dishes that I make more often than any other is Indian roti! We are roti eaters and we have it almost 80% of the time. It’s essentially a part of our everyday meal. Coming from Bengali roots, making rice was my thing. Preparing soft pillow-y roti took a lot of time. If only I knew of this fantastic robot, Rotimatic, which is the world’s first automated Indian-Roti maker.
The addition of nuts in the daily meal is one the best ways to boost energy and stay fit. My husband and our little boy can go nuts over nuts, any time of the day. However, I am a little picky about it. Several months back, I had shared an energy bar recipe and mentioned about how nuts are not my favorite things to munch, unless they’re dusted with spices or cocoa powder and roasted to a crunchy texture.
Tweaking the camera setting, chasing the light, savoring every bite and stopping the toddler from jumping on the plate, all at the same time. That was our first. I sure do take photographs when I eat in a restaurant but that’s always with my iPhone, which is quite handy. This was exciting and at times, little embarrassing as I stood up on the chair to take an overview shot. But I loved every bit of the experience.