Eid is truly the time for celebration. After giving up on our worldly desires in the morning and being deep into prayers during the nights, the day of Eid is awaited with much fervor. This is not the first time I have had special guests to grace my little space during both the Eids over the past years. Do check out Humi’s yummilicious Butter Chicken, Ambreen’s Marmalade Upside-Down Cake, Lail’s delicious Date Chutney and Aiza’s Apple Struesel Cake.
This time, again I have a special person – Shabna, who blogs at Shabbu’s Tasty Kitchen. A Keralite settled in Australia, a mother of three cute kids and the wife of a doctor, she strives to cook homely Keralite meals as well as international cuisine from her kitchen. She has been blogging for the past three years and it is amazing to see that despite having to take care of three small children, she manages to click and post regularly on her blog. At first when I asked her for a guest post, she was very apprehensive about doing it and had so many questions to ask. After a lot of up and down chatting and communication, finally I received a lovely post from her, a recipe she says is a favorite at home! I am so glad she decided to give something that is enjoyed by her family as a guest post! She has given a little insight into how Eid is celebrated in Melbourne, and to me it seems so similar to my sister’s USA experience. 🙂
As I enjoy my Eid with my parents Alhamdulillah, let me leave Shabbu to do the honors for the day…
‘strawberry jam, vellapayar curry, kannur chicken biriyani, whole chickenbiriyani etc… and some are there in my bookmarked list..
JazakAllah Khair Shabbu for coming by and sharing a very healthy snack on this beautiful occasion. Wishing all my lovely readers and visitors a blessed Eid… 🙂
Oh yes! How can I forget? Shabbu, you are my guest number #50 on this little blog! My heartfelt thank you to all the other bloggers who have been part of this amazing journey and who will continue to be a part of this journey, InShaAllah… 🙂