There are plenty of recipes available on internet for a perfect chana masala- dry or in a curry. All of them (or 99% of them) suggest to serve it with a rice, any kind of Indian bread or even potatoes. I’ve come up with a slightly different, new way of serving it. As I live in the UK, one of the most easy and popular dishes here is beans on toast. So…. why not to replace beans with chana and make chana on toast! Indian dish with a British twist 🙂 Let’s try it!Read More
As you know by now, I live in a mixed marriage that is – interracial and interfaith.
When I met my husband, it was obvious to me that there is no legal obstacle for us being together and getting married given that we lived in Great Britain.
Moreover, I was quite confident that there would not be any major religious difficulties from my side (I am Catholic) and from my husband’s side (he is Sikh). Of course, we were aware there might be some bumps on the way, but that eventually our religions would not interfere in our union.
The biggest issue for us was – the society. I don’t mean ‘the society’ as the general public, but rather our own – small communities and the most important ones, our families. How will they react? What will they say? And the most important question- Will they agree to us getting married and being in mixed marriage?
Whenever somebody mentions the word ‘Santorini’, you can hear just: awwww, ohhhhh, wooow, oh my God, breahtaking, dazzling, my dream! Well… these are all the right expresions 🙂 Santorini is a typical head-turner.
There are few places in the world that are beyond beautiful and photos never lie. They are unique, divine, extraordinary, charming, magnificent, yet famous and instantly recognisable all around the world. Santorini is definitely one of them.
Yesterday, I filled out some registration form for my son. There was again this one box that always brings smile on my face- religion. It’s a tiny box, perfect for a few letters. However, in our case there are few letters more than usual. He is Catholic. He is Sikh. He is Catholic-Sikh or Sikh-Catholic (whatever choice you prefer).
We are multicultural, multilingual, interracial and multireligious family.
Today, I would like to reveal few of my secret dreams. We all have dreams- some of them come true, some of them not… I have a great number of dreams in my head, waiting to be fulfilled one day 🙂 Many of my secret wishes are connected with India. I wonder why… 😛 To […]Read More
I have to admit that we didn’t do much there apart from enjoying, enjoying and enjoying. This island offers fabulous opportunities for tourists who want to forget about everything and just relax. The nature is wonderful, the people are lovely and the weather is to die for 🙂 There are fabulous sandy beaches, turquoise water, awesome Caribbean food- what else to ask for?Read More
I was planning my come back with a happy, cheerful post about my Indian dreams. I’ve almost finished it, but uploading it today doesn’t seem to be an appropriate thing to do. My mind is completely lost in something that has happened over the weekend in London…
I was in London that evening…
Geographically, Poland has (almost) everything: sea (Baltic Sea), many mountain ranges (including e.g. the Carpathian Mountains and the Sudetes), lakes (famous Masurian Lake District), forests (23 National Parks and 121 Landscape Parks), rivers (the most important is our Vistula river), volcanos (e.g. Ostrzyca) and even desert! (Bledow Desert)
You name it, we probably have it 🙂
Grenada is an island country located in the Caribbean. It’s a beautiful place which offers golden, sandy beaches, crystal blue water, but also exciting rainforest with wonderful waterfalls and amazing flora. People are very, very friendly and I personally believe this place is still underrated on the world’s tourism map. Let’s visit Grenada!Read More
Spring has finally come- Yupi !!!!
The nature is waking up and blossom is on the way 🙂 The whole world outside starts getting beautiful colours. We say ‘goodbye’ to greyish and gloomy weather and welcome fresh, wonderful spring 🙂
If everything around has started becoming so colourful, why not to do the same with ourselves and especially our kids? I’m talking here strictly about clothing.
Let’s forget dark and dull black, navy, grey and brown. Let’s enjoy and have fun with yellow, red, green, blue, pink, orange, purple or full mix of colours 🙂