Showing posts from March, 2016

Team Meetings

Just after Lunch today- eyes are somewhat closed, mouth wide open yawn
Suddenly comes a meeting  popup, just like a HORN!
Reminder can be ignored for the first time
But there is no escape for the second,
Rushing to the meeting room to be on time
And the most boring meeting starts in a while...
''Cluster'', ''Server'', ''Billing'' and other terms
Torturing my ears and taking on my nerves
Some guys are really listening
And others are merely pretending!
I am a sincere silent watcher
Of the whole drama show-casted here...
Though there are disturbances in this process-
Slumber, Wild Thoughts & monotonous speech
And some geneous concepts out of reach!
Still trying to show the audience
That I am listening with full interest and patience
Some days I browse my mobile
And Someday I look blankly at others
Today I thought of doing something else
Hence writing a poem for a change!

Copper Chimney, Inorbit ITPL Bangalore

The Inorbit ITPL has fewer fine dine options compared to the nearby malls (Phoenix, Park Square 3). The Copper Chimney is one of the few options available there. To be true, our last experience with the same had not been a good one. We had earlier tried out at Copper Chimney Phoenix marketcity during a kebab festival. The kebabs were nothing special except for their prices!
So, hesitantly we entered the place this time. I was all the more nervous as I took my Mom and Dad as well. The ambience was quite impressive. We were a group of 5 including my one year old peanut who was gladly seated to a wooden high chair.
The staff were courteous. We ordered chicken kebab platter as starter and masala papad was suggested by the learned waiter. Main course was nans, tandoori rotis, lamb rogan josh and murg tikka makkanwala (Similar to chicken butter masala). We had also ordered kiwi & peach non alcoholic margaritas. The serving time was comfortable. The kebabs were just perfect for four adult…

Balanced home made baby food

Changes are bound to come in every individual with time and experience. From a careless and let go women to a meticulous mum is perhaps the most distinct change in me.
I have now become so cautious for my little one that I  found out the perfect baby food recipe. Hold on...This is real hard work but if you can overcome this, your baby can get real nourishment and you no longer need to depend on packaged baby food. Ingredients:
1. 3 cups rice
2. 3 cups ragi
3. 2 cups broken wheat or dalia
4. 1 cup Masur dal
5. 1 cup Moong dal
6. 1 cup groundnut roated and deskinned
7. 1 cup roasted Almonds. Procedure: Wash each ingredient (except the nuts) thoroughly and stain on a flat dish.
Now let all the dishes in sunlight for 5-6 hours. In between, do stir the contents so that they evenly dry up.
To remove the moisture completely,  on a pan lightly toss each ingredient on medium flame for 2 mins. After removing from flame, spread evenly on the dish and keep it under fan to cool down.
Repeat this…