“People who love to eat are always the best people,” said Julia Child. I believe people who read and eat are the best people. I have a soulful connection with both food and reading. Cooking wholesome, delicious food calms my … Continue reading First We Read and Then We Feast
The part of the world where I was born, the advent of autumn signifies the end of grueling hot summer and lonely and dark monsoons. It is the beginning of the season of festivals where people across celebrate the universal Mother Goddess called as Navratri or Durga Puja. Autumn ends with the festival of lights called Diwali. In the part of the world where I live now, autumn or fall as it is more commonly known signifies harvest season. The weather starts getting cooler and the air crisper. Unfortunately, I don’t live in Montana or New England where I … Continue reading A cinnamon scented love letter to Autumn !