Irrespective of the outcome and experiences people come into our lives for a certain reason. Whether one learns from the outcome is relative but sometimes the seamless inclusion or exclusion is rather overwhelming. And no matter what they certainly add color to life - whether it is grey , dark and gloomy or sunny and bright - depends all on experiences.
If you are lucky and strike a chord somewhere your guards start peeling away, sharing a joke, experiences, advice all begin to pour in – in the common pool of trust and faith, which for me, at least comes before love!
Certainly a thought to ponder over, and coming back to food blogging, seems like my hiatus has temporarily peeled away hence the sudden urge to write, cook, form recipes, click photos and share recipes.
Bloggers also share a relationship of trust with their readers, and it is a big commitment on the part of the blogger to deliver what the readers have come to trust and eventually love.
Sharing with you a simple recipe where fruit and vegetable play a game of color, texture, trust, faith and simplicity (just like a new entrant in your life). The deep crimson beetroots are carefully sliced thinly and arranged together with sliced oranges and crunchy pistachios – the dish finally comes together with a light, subtle but absolutely delicious Yogurt Honey dressing.
I had this for breakfast, but this can easily put on your lunch table along with roasted chicken or the recipe can be doubled to serve as a side salad when you are entertaining.