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Continuing our series on online resources for moms I have a fussy 3-year old who has definite ideas about what he wants to ingest. He wants dosas without the chutney and sambar, chicken without the curry, noodles without the vegetables. All my sneaky tricks are in play: his paranthas are made with pumpkin puree, his [...]

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Velvet is the name of a new brand of homemade fine chocolates and we were lucky to sample some of the products at a party recently. Created out of the kitchen of Mrs. Pallavi Ved, come the most delicious, smooth chocolates in flavours that have my mouth watering as I think of them: Hazelnut and [...]

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If you are always on the lookout for organic food options, you are going to LOVE this place. “Down to Earth” has been around for almost two years now, but appeared recently on my radar. I walked in and was bowled over by the well laid out, brilliantly stocked store.

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