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My favourite blog posts of 20154:15 PM
Can you believe it? Another year has passed, just like that.
On the blog it has been a fun year for me, filled with recipes, craft projects, tips and trick, and some thoughts and reflexions. Offline I coped with Dengue, my daughter officially became a big girl going to a big school being a first grader and I managed to survive another Mumbai Summer.
This year, I decided it would be fun to pick up one blog post I particularly like working on each month. The task was a bit hard, because there are a lot of blog posts I really really enjoyed writing this year.
So, without any further ado, here are my personal favourites, months by months :
chunky chocolate chips cookies will have you never want to make them with store bought pre-made chips ever again. You've been warned...
free pictures for your blog.
cute bolster pillow.
black and gold vase is still doing its job nicely as I type this.
Don't Indianize me!
foolproof Swiss style tart. And, it was peaches season then, they are an amazing fruit to use for that kind of recipe, wether you it dinner or dessert.
Vikas Khanna's children cookbook. I LOVE that cookbook, it's one of the most well written one I have seen in years, and the pictures in it are really really attractive.
DIY fork and spoon keeper was my solution to the problem. She still uses them months later.
groovy geometric wall border.
my kitchen fantasy wish list. I had a lot of fun browsing Amazon and day dreaming about Tardis shaped cookie jars and R2 D2 egg cups. Besides, I am still DROOLING at the sight of that pink Kitchen Aid...one day...one day...
chicken liver spread is really, really easy by the way.
Zimtsterne cookie recipe. This post is still as of now the top most popular post on the blog in the past 7 days.
There you go, my 12 favourite posts of 2015. I'll see you all next year with more home decor posts, more food, more craft projects and more colours. I hope your New Year's Eve celebration will be great and fun filled. 2016 here we come!