You last saw Aditi on the blog here, way back in August when I was missing her terribly while she was experiencing new experiences and living a dream. She has been back for some time now, but we have just been so busy doing nothing at all, that I never really featured her here.
High time I thought and got after her for a photo shoot..now that’s not an easy thing to do, to get her out of her sweats is challenging enough and once that is done I very sheepishly put in a request for some make up, only to be met with angry glares and killer looks..
She groans and cribs and calls me a few names, she sulks and complains while I adjust the camera settings and ask her to pose..
But in the end I know she loves looking at her pictures, although she does her best to act like she cares not..
Fashion wise, its easy for Aditi to get stuck in a rut and I take it as my primary responsibility to pull her out. I take baby steps to try and ease her into new things and experiment a little. She loves her kurta churidaars and is often seen in then (too often for my liking)..
I forced her into these palazzo pants promising her more comfort than her sweats and more style than her churidaars..
I think she made it work..
What fashion is for me, food is for Aditi (thank God for that) because I stay far away from the kitchen, while never being too far from the dining table.
All winter long she had been making Gajar Ka Halwa for me which I have been relishing..its food for my winter soul.
Everyone has a different recipe for their Gajar Ka Halwa, Aditi,s recipe is perfection for me. It has a great balance of sweetness, flavour, texture and fat content
See her recipe here