Showing posts from December, 2017

Black Coffee

You walk right out of bed, with your hair looking like a crow's nest and your feet lazily tucked into your slippers. You're not even fully awake yet, but you're habituated enough to perform the routine without even opening your eyes.

So you just rub your eyes, get your cup out, hold it out under the water filter, till its filled to the right level and then stick it into the microwave and shut the door to it. When its warm enough you can spoon in just the right amount of coffee into it and then just stay there, enjoying the aroma of pure black coffee.
The Key to a Perfect Cup,... Is to not add sugar.
Any sane person who loves Black coffee knows this. Sugar isn't good for your coffee. It entirely suppresses the bitterness of strong and pure coffee.
Before you tell me, that's the whole point of adding sugar...hear me out.
Take a sip You won't like it. For most, its an acquired taste. For some, you take right to it.  Its too bitter when its cold and too sweet with…

When Snow Simmered

Open Day at Loreto College is a food and fun Fete.

The students raise money by selling homemade food and articles and the profits made, are given to NGOs as charity money, or as clothes and food to the poor on the streets.

As the name suggests, Open Day is open to all. People from different colleges, friends, family and colleagues all step in to buy items, have food, dance to their favourite records and have fun at Loreto.

This Open Day Mahasweta and I decided to step out of the "Loreto students' entrepreneurship", and step into "Independent entrepreneurship". So under our Principal's "Young Lady Entrpreneurs" innitiative, we set up a stall with other companies and establishments, to not just start our new venture, but to also check out our standing.
MENU!!! (Snowy Simmer)
We had  Choco Ridges (chococolate cake with dark chocolate icing, sprinkles and cherry on the top!)Chocolate Cakes (A loooot of chocolate cake with chocolate chips, cranberries …