Trust all of you are staying safe and well during these unprecedented times. Back in March, I thought that working from home will give me spare time to blog but as most of us have realized, life has just gotten way more hectic – all family members are home, lots of cooking + our regular jobs need increased attention. Added to that the anxiety and stress of the times…
Finally the past weekend, my brain seemed to reboot and I put together my first video post. My little one who is all of 15 years old now was the videographer (for the most part 😉 ) and editor of my first video post. As a Freshman in High School his favorite subject was Video Production which was put to good use!
Allergy Friendly Amaranth Chocolate Chip Cookies
The warm Saturday afternoon sunshine, family gossip and fryums – life just does not get better. Oh wait, it did get better…the one thing I have loved even as a little girl – a handwoven string of fresh fragrant flowers to adorn the hair. That was my kiddie cousin’s spontaneous gift for me from their kitchen garden 😉
And the next part of our Allergy Friendly cooking journey continued with ‘Tapioca Pearls Fryums’. What are Tapioca Pearls? They are white starchy balls (usually 2-3 mm in diameter) made from processed cassava (Manihot esculenta). Cassava is a shrub that is cultivated in large parts of South America and Asia for its edible starchy tuberous root, a major source of carbohydrates. The starchy part is often referred to as Tapioca. In recent times – it has been made very famous thanks to the tasty and pretty looking bubble tea. Do not confuse Tapioca pearls with Sago pearls – they look very similar and are cooked in similar ways. However, Sago is extracted from the starchy center of various palm trees.
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