Day 54: Home Cooked Meals

There is nothing like ‘ghar ka khaana’. That steaming plate of dal and rice, the simple, soulful khichdi, grandmom’s pickles or your favourite halwa.

Growing up, it is the most boring, torturous, bland food and you hate it with all your might and cook up every excuse to skip home food in exchange for eating out, Maggi, ordering in, or even friendly neighbourhood Sharma aunty’s rajma chawal.

But as you grow older, move out, Swiggy in, you realise the value of your simple ghar ka khaana and the love with which your mother cooks it for you. No matter how many michelin star restaurants you visit, or how organic your food is, there is nothing like home cooked food.

--

--

--

Scribbler. Guitar Player. Dreamer. Believer. Writer.

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

Mock Orange

Free Pokemon Fight the Pokemon Trainer Part 1

Make a card at home and send it to a friend for no reason.

Content Consumed: June 16

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

23. ____ Screamers

Recommended Reading VI

How to Curl Short Hair: Tips Tricks and Tutorials

Are you bored with your pixie cut or bob hairstyle? Here's all the tips, tricks and even video tutorials on how to curl short hair. Boring 'dos be gone!

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Aditi Sarawagi

Aditi Sarawagi

Scribbler. Guitar Player. Dreamer. Believer. Writer.

More from Medium

Introducing Fallen Factions: A New Blockchain MMORPG

Surgeons team up to deliver an innovative approach to straighten young girl’s spine

At Unguja Ukuu, Human Activity Transformed The Coast of Zanzibar More Than 1,000 Years Ago

Don’t worry about cutting carbs from your diet. Cut vegetable oils instead