Tea ~ the Hottest drink of Pakistan!

Before I came to the US, I thought everyone in the world drank tea or in other words I was oblivious of the fact that not everyone in the world drank tea. Although still hard to believe, the truth dawned on me soon after my arrival. Twenty years ago, when Owais and I had just... Continue Reading →


A paper drama!

"The Imperfectionists" is a great work of Tom Rachman. By no means has the book the feel of a debut or a contemporary novel; written in a rich, experienced and mature hand by such a young writer, the quality is specific to seasoned novelists of 60s and 70s -Jeffery Archer, Irwin Shaw league to be... Continue Reading →


Your best Eid gift and decor guide for 2017

Eid is so around the corner and so is the spirit of celebration, joy and love! Best way to express the happiness is to give gifts to those around you and celebrate the occasion! There is no shortage of gift guides and party décor ideas on internet. This post however is not your run-of-the-mill resource;... Continue Reading →


Old Town Creamery – hot spot for cold sweets

After my Jimmy Burger’s blogpost last month, I got various requests from food businesses to do a write-up for them and one that stood out most was from Shumaila at Old Town Creamery, a specialty ice cream shop. Ice cream!! Now that was really different! I have been so out of touch with this world... Continue Reading →


Jimmy’s Burger & Grill – True Taste of Pakistan

When we landed in Dallas a year ago to make it our home, we were invited by our very dear friends to Jimmy's Burger & Grill for iftar. Our boys love anything with the name “burger” associated to it so of course they got excited. The menu, being predominantly burgers was not my idea of... Continue Reading →


Eid memories from Arizona!

Colors of Eid!!


Luxe Eid Table #eid2017

As we continue to celebrate and enjoy Ramadan, the anticipation for Eid slowly begins to surf in Muslim homes. Eid is the Big Celebratory Day following the conclusion of the holy fasting month. A much-awaited holiday for Muslims, it is all about enjoying the day with family, friends and food. From hot and cold servings... Continue Reading →


Ramadan: sweet, savory and tea!

I love living in the US, that’s why I live here!! But with Ramadan here, many beats in my heart feel the absence of the excitement and gaiety that we experience back home during this religious time. The obsession of traditional sweets and savory snacks paired with tea specially comes back in Ramadan. I can... Continue Reading →


Promise of America – Diversity; A Quintessential Value of the USA History

Promise of America – Diversity; A Quintessential Value of American History


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