Wow, it has been long since I popped in here! I have been doing some thinking about what I want to blog about. If you go back in my archives you will see my first year was about interiors, clothes, art.
And since then I have evolved. Blogging made me want to take better photographs. I have rubber stamped, I have painted silk scarves, painted watercolors and all kinds of things in between.
In the last year the themes that have emerged for me are photography (and Photoshop), jewelry, collage. And of late - cooking!
This blog is not going to turn into a food blog but images of food are very likely to appear. I am going to keep sharing photographs of whatever I shoot. I am going to share images of magazine inspiration collections/collages. And about jewelry, I am upto something but can't reveal yet.
This is the direction my heart is going in. Beautiful images and stories. And in this part of the world where the winters are long and snowy indoor images of food and such things are easier to create.
3 -5 cloves of garlic, crushed
2 onions, diced
2 heads of cauliflower
3 cups of stock (whatever kind of stock you like)
1/2 cup Dry white wine
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
Cilantro for garnish
1. Heat up some oil in a stock pot.
2. Saute the onion and garlic till the onion turns transparent.
3. Toss in the cauliflower.
4. Put in the stock and the white wine.
5. Cover the stock pot and let this boil until the cauliflower softens.
6. Take the stock pot of the stove, let the soup cool a little.
7. Now blend the soup in the blender in batches.
8. Put the blended soup back in the stock pot and back on the stove.
9. Let the soup simmer on the stove, put in salt and pepper.
10. Stop simmering after a few minutes.
11. Garnish with cilantro when serving.