Day 76 : Measuring kitchen ingredients – conversion chart

Every chef ( Homemaker), faces the need for measuring accurately in the kitchen. The reason being the recipes which calls for a prescribed set of measured ingredients. Only if you use the ingredient as mentioned the recipe turns out great. This is specially applicable while baking. Every number has to be perfectly measured else the … Continue reading Day 76 : Measuring kitchen ingredients – conversion chart

Day 61 : 3 stylish ways to fold a napkin

One of the best ways to woo your guests is a perfectly decorated dinner table. And along with the beautiful cutleries, one important component is the napkin. Napkins are used by all young and old. So it's a treat to know and see them beautifully folded. Here I present you 3 stylish and elegant foldings … Continue reading Day 61 : 3 stylish ways to fold a napkin

Day 51 – How to make a homemade double boiler

Double boiler is used for melting a substance where we do not want to provide direct heat for fear of getting the substance burnt or scorched. It is usually used for melting chocolates. Depending on the recipe, it can be used for a variety of uses. Although there are store bought double boilers that are … Continue reading Day 51 – How to make a homemade double boiler

Day 35 – How to make your home smell great naturally – DIY air freshener

We want our houses to smell good at all times. But in this ever sophisticated world, where the usage of artificials has tremendously increased how do we use natural methods to have a good aroma around us. This is a guest post written by Demi for A Crafty Homemaker. We all face bad odors on … Continue reading Day 35 – How to make your home smell great naturally – DIY air freshener

Day 23: Basic Indian Bread – Paratha

Paratha is one of the most loved Indian breads. Crispy and flaky, they are yummy to be consumed with gravies. They originated mainly in Kerala, hence also called Kerala paratha. In North India, they are called Lachha Parathas. The difference between these two is the flour. Kerala paratha uses only maida ( refined flour) whereas … Continue reading Day 23: Basic Indian Bread – Paratha

100 days of Homemaking Skills Series: Day 5 – Home Remedies for Cough & Cold

I hate the weather when it brings about coughs and cold. Once it attacks, it never leaves the back for a week. Imagine a week of coughing around. Huh! Coughs usually gets worse at nights. The reason being - gravity. When we lie down, the mucus gets collected in the throat. One of the best … Continue reading 100 days of Homemaking Skills Series: Day 5 – Home Remedies for Cough & Cold