I just love this gluten-free cheese breadstick recipe! It is super easy to prepare, and they taste just like the breadsticks you have at an Italian restaurant. The best part is, you can make each breadstick taste a little different by adding different herbs like rosemary, or caraway seeds or just plain coarse salt. I always make them when I have guests for dinner. They look pretty, they are freshly baked, and everyone loves them. To make them is simple, just mix the ingredients, roll into logs and sprinkle with your favourite toppings. That is it! If you have any leftovers for the next day just pop them in a toaster they toast beautifully. Enjoy!
Today something really nice happened after a long time. My first thoughts were those of my dad, my baba. My dad was enormously invested in every aspect of my upbringing, be it helping me put together projects, staying up nights with me before exams or getting the best of the sweets and pastries in town to celebrate my success. In fact, when I go back home I still find my report cards (1st to 10th), all merit certificates neatly stacked in a file till today. It’s just that he is not around. The immensity of emotions, feelings and love that I feel he would have felt had he been here today is something I cannot put down in words. My dad passed away 13 years back but I almost feel like I am in school and I have done really well in a test and waiting for baba to get home in the evening and acknowledge my success. I miss him. My eyes swell up with tears as I write this but I know for sure he is around!!!
My mum is excellent at making soup. My childhood winters were filled with the most delicious leek and potato soup with crispy bacon, or carrot and coriander soup with crusty bread. However, when it came to tomato soup, it was always from a can thanks to good old Mr Heinz. As a result, I avoided...Read More »