“Hello wonderful folks! I’ve been missing in action for past few months. Needless to say, I was either busy or bored not to post anything. This post has no recipe but a small chat with me. Plus a wonderful giveaway (I assume) for all the readers of Kitchen Kemistry”. This is how I started the post on the first week of December, 2013. There came a mild headache, runny nose, nasal congestion and fever. I was unwell for a couple of weeks. All plans went kaput. After that, It took forever to get my rear moving. My mojo ebbs and and flows. Finally here’s the post.
On the personal front, last month marked an important milestone in my life. Three years of married ‘bliss’. Cliched! Playing wife needs a lot of patience, people’s skill, investment of trust, mutual respect and tolerance. If wedding is a day’s affair, marriage is a work in progress. That’s what I learned about this wonderful institution.
This is a long pending post. It took forever to complete this one. Date – Sometime during fall, 2012. But completed April, 2013. Don’t ask me why? I was wasting time on useless stuff. Finally, I sat down to complete what I started months back. This is a simple recipe that I did because I found some lush apples in a farm. Oh yeah! Fresh produce from the tree. Organic too.
Woah! January just jumped away. Still I haven’t posted any recipe for the blog. The one I wish to post is not about food. Though I have so many recipes pending, I feel like sharing this non-food recipe. Well, I know this is a food blog but this recipe uses raw materials that we usually bin or just ignore after it serves the purpose. This recipe is for a BATH SALT. Yes! you heard me right. If food feeds the stomach, a good bath scrub/salt feeds your skin. Not totally, partially it does! I make my own bath salts/scrubs with what’s available in the pantry. I made a big batch and gifted it to my blogger friends when we met over dinner. I love ORANGES as it’s refreshing tangy fragrance perks me up.
Hello Folks…I’m on a short hiatus from cooking and developing recipes as we’re en route a cross country move. This is taking a toll on my cooking and leading a normal life. Once settled, I’ll be back with a bang…lots of recipes posts and reviews in the pipeline. This may take a month or more. Till then, bear with Kitchen Kemistry. I’ll be available on Facebook and Twitter.Thanks for your support 🙂 Will be back soon friends!
Thank you all for the encouragement and positive comments. I’m flattered. Please bear with me while I update more pages with an informative data base. More to come…..loads of recipes and tips. Meanwhile Happy cooking and eating ♥♥♥
I made these Orange Pomanders for Christmas – A female with a pink bow and a male one. Pomanders – fruits studded with cloves are used for their fragrance. They add a wonderful holiday scent to your home. They are natural air fresheners. Remember, as you are sitting and poking cloves into oranges, that you are not simply making pomanders, but participating in a sacred craft that has been practised for centuries.