Bell Peppers

Some call them bell peppers because they resemble a bell or sweet peppers because they are sweet (not always) or capsicums. Capsicums have apparently been around for a long time, according to Wikipedia it has been cultivated for thousands of years and are native to the Americas. Another name for it is pimiento, chilli pepper or paprika when ground. Did you also know that by looking … Continue reading Bell Peppers

Bael _ Bel _ Wood Apple Health Benefits

Sharing from a post on Singapore Home Cooks. “The health benefits of Bel Fruit or Wood Apple include relief from constipation, indigestion, peptic ulcer, piles, respiratory problems, diarrhea, and dysentery.It also boosts the immune system, fights off bacterial and viral infections, reduces inflammation and various inflammatory conditions, prevent cancer, increases milk production for nursing mothers, cures diabetes, increases ocular health, and helps prevent various sexual … Continue reading Bael _ Bel _ Wood Apple Health Benefits

Granola

Why have I only now wanted to make my own granola! Why didn’t I think of doing it much earlier in my baking days? Most likely, because I wasn’t even eating granola or had considered making it before starting this blog. As with every food imaginable, someone somewhere has a recipe that they like better than some. Be it an original or tweaked recipes, granola … Continue reading Granola