The weekend before last, I had my long awaited bridal shower, put together by my lovely family.
It was only after my fourth month ended and my nausea became a tiny bit more manageable that my bump spontaneously showed up. And then it grew, and grew, and grew, with absolutely no signs of slowing down.
How could I possibly make a Shan Masala Karahi recipe post without including my absolute favourite, tried and tested: Chicken Karahi? It's because I saved the best for last, of course.
Aria Ristorante is an Italian restaurant located right beside Union Station, which makes it a convenient visit for anyone who works or lives in Toronto. I went there for the first time this Winter, and I was very impressed.
Apollo Bakery & Grill is a Middle Eastern restaurant located near the Dixie & Eglinton area of Mississauga.
I love Congee Queen. This is one of those spots that's always busy, and for very good reason. Their food is consistently delicious, and it is served at a quick and efficient pace by a well-trained staff. Even though the meat here is not halal, there are enough seafood and vegetarian options that you definitely won't feel like you're missing out.
How are there so many women who make the conscious decision to have another child after going through this once? I cannot wait until this is over.
Church Bistro is a modern halal/organic brunch and dinner restaurant serving its classic menu items with a South Asian flare.
In this post I discuss how I use Shan Masala's Karahi mix to make Shrimp Karahi. If you notice, they don't have seafood in their instruction list, but I can guarantee you that shrimp tastes amazing with this seasoning regardless.
I love looking at pictures of beautiful cakes being cut at weddings. I think it's adorable when they match the wedding decor. My cousin even had a custom cake top designed to match her and her husband's outfit. You can get the most elegant looking cake knives with your names carved on them on Etsy. You can go above and beyond with your wedding cake. I just didn't care.