Silk Route food memoir by Shayma Saadat – The Spice Spoon
As I am almost over the jet lag after being back from hols in Lahore…
I would like to wish you all a Happy New Year and a Happy New Decade.
Happy New Year to you, too!
I love these pictures, especially the last one!
Ah yes, the snow which trapped me in my house for two days and left me suffering from serious cabin fever!
Hope you had a fantastic holiday.
Love the short but sweet posting as well as your pictures. Happy New Year to you too! Hope you get over you jet lag quite soon.
gorgeous photos! And glad you’re back in the blogosphere – we’ve missed you xo
Happy New Year to you too! Beautiful photos. Great food blog. I will be back for some new ideas!
Brilliant colors, hard to tell if there are bangles thread or ribbons. Did you shop in the Arnakali mall while on holiday?
@Bria Happy New Year, dear.
@Hande Tatler is required reading
@Atif Those of us from the other side of the pond (to your West, not East), actually loved it in London; it was just a light sprinkling of snow
@Luiz Thanks for passing by and the lovely words.
@Mothership Have missed you, too. My next post will be the meme you tagged me for. Next, Mrs T’s meme I was tagged for. Lots of fun to be had early this year. x
@Juliannah Thank you for passing by and best wishes for your daughter’s upcoming nuptials.
@Sukhmindar They are glass bangles with adornments. Sadly, I did not go to Anarkali, it is not safe to go to the bazaar these days. I took this photo in Liberty Market, near my home in Gulberg.
Welcome back lovie! xo
So good to have you back. Just wish we could have crossed paths in London!xp
Welcome back! Happy New Year and Happy New Decade to you too. Shayma, those colorful glass bangles are just gorgeous and I love the last photo.x
Welcome back Shayma! And happy new year to you!
Happy New Year!
@Fati Miss you, my darling girl.
@Petulia I wish we could have met in London. Sending best wishes for wedmin! x
@Azita I love those bangles, too, I wish I could buy them all. Good to hear from you, Azita.
@MyPersianKitchen Thanks so much. Lovely to see you here.
oh i love bangles going to India this year go crazy for the bangle stores!!
Found your beautiful blog through Maryam. A very beautiful year (and decade) to you.
And a very Happy New Year to you! Your photos are absolutely gorgeous – I want to dive into a bright pile of bangles. Can’t wait to read more. xox
Welcome back dear Shayma!
So beautiful shots!!!!!!!!!
Have a nice weekend
Glad youre back Shayma Missed you.. lovely pictures! happy new year to you too.
Shayma……you make me feel like I have a sister in you….and secretly….I know its true . Welcome back. Have a super blessed 2010….in which, we should meet up, at least when I’m in London for the Food Bloggers Connect in June! LOL
Happy 2010 my dear girl. The bangle shops here are just the same…brings me very close to you! Lovely pictures…glad you had a good time! xo
And a happy new year to you too! Love the contrast of colours…and that cheeky pic of the Queen on the cover of Tatler
Beautiful photos! I love the bangles. Glad you enjoyed the snow a Londra Happy New Year Bxx
love the pics!
U are doing a great job!
Beautiful vibrant colours, what a visual treat! xx
Finally! I am so glad to see you back in the world of blogging!
The first pic so reminds me of Hyderabad, India. I see bangles of the same kind there in choodi bazaars. Lovely clicks!
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