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Hey there! Welcome to my personal haven πŸ™‚
I’m your average 19 20 year old who finds her interests changing with the blink of an eye. But one thing hasn’t changed.My LOVE for baking and everyday since the time I realized the beauty of baking , I haven’t looked back.

Apart from baking; I love to read and have a huge self-made library that boasts of hundreds of books and I’m very proud of it.

When I’m not baking and hopelessly dreaming about owning a patisserie, I’m neck-deep studying for my always round-the-corner law exams and interning.

To chronicle my life in “Aamchi Mumbai” , baking , baking and lots of baking, topped with my views on socio-legal issues (Yes I’m your weird baker-cum-lawyer in the making! But you won’t find those views just yet πŸ˜€ ) is what I intend to let you’ll come across here!

Join me as I make mistakes, fumble in the kitchen, cry over spilt milk and burnt cakes ; and ultimately bake the tastiest treats just for you πŸ™‚

For bookings or any other related issues,please drop in a message via the get in touch page.
I’d love to hear from you!

Thanks for dropping by!

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Stephen
    Jul 03, 2013 @ 17:26:43

    Enjoy your writing and sense of style… your love of food is obvious as well! One small note for the Apple Crumble recipe (looks VERY yummy!) Granny Smith apples are decidedly green, even fully ripe, they only get a faint blush of rose on them. It might be a branding difference with your vendor, but I just thought I’d offer that tip! I love them though, so tart and crisp! In your bread halwa, do you use batti, chickna, or daanedaar khoya? (For English readers, khoya is a kind of semi-solid thickened /usually coagulated with acid of some sort/ milk… it’s a bit hard to describe unless you’ve seen or made it!) Some Indian markets in the state may carry it, though my local market does not.

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    • Arshi
      Jul 04, 2013 @ 07:28:51

      Thankyou !! This means a lot to me πŸ™‚

      As for the khoya, I use the daanedar khoya, homemade most of the times.. I’ll post a comprehensive recipe of it soon.
      πŸ™‚

      Reply

  2. Brynn Peper
    Sep 23, 2013 @ 00:28:15

    Highly energetic blog, I liked that a lot. Will there
    be a part 2?

    Reply

  3. Celsa Brownsword
    Sep 23, 2013 @ 11:51:34

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    Reply

  4. Kiran Acharya
    Nov 29, 2013 @ 13:08:07

    You have a great blog. I have nominated you for the Versatile blogger award. Please collect it here.
    http://drkiranacharya.wordpress.com/2013/11/29/versatile-blogger-award/

    Reply

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