There will be small petty shops near our house and we used to buy chocolates, cookies . Rohith used to enjoy the chocolates a lot. I personally, tried small candies "then mittai", panneer soda and butter biscuit from that shop. These brought my nostalgic memories of the past. Then ,when time permits , we used to visit "Kutralam" as it is near. Shop around Kutralam and buy some house hold stuffs .I will not miss any chance to buy props in any place.(The luggage was overflowing and struggled to get them thru train to Chennai. That was a different story.:)
To add the mazaa, my sis will come from B'lore and be with us with her cute little son.
After she arrives, then there will be lot of fun with the kids.There will be more fights,complains and tantrums.We have to become judges and solve the problems .On the whole ,my trip was fun filled and memorable.
Here in US,we will not be able to get mosambis. So when Rohith tried this juice for the first time, he become die hard fan of this juice .So whenever we go out, his order will be to buy the fruit .It will be in our to do list, whoever goes out. Rohith used to bug our cook to make the juice at around 11 am and will finish along with his brother's share :) Has these cute little juice set at my mom's place,so tried a photo shoot at our bed room.Satisfied with the end result. Here comes the recipe.
1.Mosambi / Saathukudi - 3
2.Sugar - 2 tbsp
3.Salt - a pinch
4.Ice cubes - crushed
5.Water - as needed
* Using a juicer, just squeeze out the juice and strain it using a filter.
* Mix it with salt, sugar and ice cubes and serve.
* We can also add some mint leaves to give a minty kick to the juice.
* Serve juice chilled for better taste.