A hispanic visit with Isalita

Most often we feel that latino and mexican food find their origins in common flavours. But after having visited Mex as a mexican restaurant, I was eager to find out any difference. We had a couple of friends visiting from Germany who happened to stay the weekend at Ann Arbor, Michigan. Isalita, a small and... Continue Reading →

Sizzling on Black Rock

That evening didn’t turn out as we had expected. After the gym, we wanted to hangout at Indofusion - Resto and Bar, so we drove all the way to Novi which took us about 40 mins only to find out that it had closed down for good! We were starving since it was way past... Continue Reading →

Mex on our plate

To begin with, the monotony of the snow that weekend was broken by the pleasant breeze of coolness and fog. I was tempted to step out and go for a long drive. So he booked movie tickets for ‘Black Panther’ and hence we went to IMAX at Outlet Mall, Auburn Hills. I must say this... Continue Reading →

An afternoon at The Fly Trap

For a late Sunday brunch, we decided to go to Ferndale, Michigan which is quite the hangout place with cafes and bars on either sides of the road. Even so, while driving he told me that there were many clubs and bars in the mid lanes around Ferndale. As we entered The Fly Trap, we... Continue Reading →

Szechuan Sauce

Szechuan sauce This homemade recipe is sure to have a lot of tongues rolling. Especially those for the love of fiery flavours. This is particularly an indo-chinese preparation which is savoured with dishes like flatbreads, noodles and you can perhaps combine it with anything that would perk things up. To begin with I’ll just say... Continue Reading →

Fur feels at Catfe

Our original plan for Sunday was to go to Catfe, since he had visited this place one time with his friends and sent me pictures while we were just dating. I fell in love with it immediately and he promised me back then that he would take me there. Fell in love, how so? If... Continue Reading →

A birthday weekend at Hocking Hills

A four-hour drive from Michigan may sound exhausting only to touch absolute serenity in South Bloomingville, Ohio - a small town with more trees than people. It is the perfect hill station with great roads that makes the trip a lot smoother. The entire road passes by the Ohio State Park which showed us a... Continue Reading →

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