After eating many metric tonnes of pomegranates around the world, we thought we would pass on how to actually open one. Mike was slicing and dicing and Tara was acting as camerawoman.
We kayaked with Kerala Kayaking around the Alleppey backwaters and here is a short video of our experience.
Since houseboats are only allowed on the major backwaters, kayaking is a good way to be introduced to Kerala’s backwaters. Imagine kayaking up close to villages, learning about local history and eating indigenous foods. For more information on taking a trip like this, visit Kerala Kayaking’s website. Disclosure: We kayaked through the backwaters Read Post
Here is a samosa and cilantro chutney recipe. This should make about 8-11 samosas, though you might want to double the chutney recipe if you’re an avid dipper. Indians don’t really use too many exact measurements; so when I say things like “add water one cup at a time,” just use your best judgment based Read Post
This article is not going to be about our experiences in Northern India. Tara already took on the topic here. Instead, in an effort to showcase the good of this country, let us look south to the Kerala region. Currently, I sit on the porch of a homestay in Alleppey, a small town in the Read Post