I was shocked when my sister made me realise that I had married young. I was 23 when I got engaged and now at 25 I am a year-and-a-half into the institution of marriage. Though I don't have much to complain about, there is stuff that I wish I had done before getting married. Learning to take care of my transportation needs and saving myself from the IT department are the most important things under this list.
Though my husband is a gentleman, and that does not man he does not growl and shout, he makes sure that I am reminded of the favours everyday and as a favour-in-return I have to cook......urrrrrgggghhhhhhhh...I hate going inside a kitchen even to get a glass of water.
Though a few months back I had started to believe that I had come around to all thsi cooking stuff when somebody from the in-laws' side praised a dish thrown together in a jiffy. That was the only time when I had logged on to the net to find out a new recipe fro paneer lababdar. But the fact that kasoori methi did not feature in my list of hot favourites on my kitchen shelf, so that was that