There’s nothing else we can talk about it, is there?
The big CoVID-19 has hit us all! As the world takes a pause, we wonder …. Is it okay to keep promoting our stuff?
With all this excitement of the holiday season, it’s tempting to make overly ambitious resolutions for the new year. ‘I’ll never eat cupcakes again!’ That’s just err… Impossible. ‘I’ll learn to play one new instrument every month!’ Okay, Mozart. Well, we all know that most of our new year’s resolutions don’t even make it past the second week of January. But, we’re doing it anyway! Here’s a look at Punk Lemon’s team resolutions for 2020 …
I’ve brought to you today a very healthy vegan version of a much loved lemon dessert … Lemon bars!
Lately I’ve been more aware of what I put into my body and so I’m always in search of healthier recipes with a lot less sugar or animal products in general.
But let’s get real, even the ones with less of a sweet tooth craves some sugary goodness every once in a while so without any further adieu, let’s get into the recipe. Happy Baking!
If you need a quick and easy meal to prepare after a long day at the office, that’s both satisfying and refreshing, but light and tasty, try this Lemon Garlic Shrimp Pasta. It only takes 15mins to prepare and serves 4!
This sweet, citrusy perfect-for-summer soufflé was a hit at Punk Lemon’s first birthday party! And we thought it would be great to share the secret recipe with you 🙂
Arriving in India for the first time, I was offered a ‘masala lemonade’. What an odd combination of spicy, bitter and sweet, I thought, something I had never seen before in Europe, but somehow upon tasting, worked.
I perused life in India in that first ever week how one may observe a kids science experiment – intrigued at all the colours, smells and sounds, but warily keeping a safe distance!
Temples sang, rickshaws buzzed, sari’s swirled.
My heart began to crack open.
As my time developed, I remembered back to that lemonade, and I realised that the vast array of life on show here in India, is directly reminiscent of that drink combination, and the reality for each one of us, sweet… and spicy.
Women are finally stepping up in this country, but there are still fewer of us in upper management roles than you’d think. As the founder of my own company, Punk Lemon, I’d like to address a few common questions I get asked a lot …
Everyone needs a good handy feni cocktail recipe! And why not? Goa’s most famous local intoxicant is quite the refresher. We prefer the coconut (palm) version to cashew though. Take a peek at the recipe we’ve concocted at Punk Lemon headquarters … You’ll know why 😉
Basil Leaves- 2 leaves
Lemon Grass- 2 pcs
Jalapeños – 1 -2
Chenin Blanc or any similar handsome white – 120
Coconut Feni- 30ml
Lime Juice- 1/2 a lime
Muddle the basil, lemon grass & jalapeños in a mixing bowl.
Add the lime juice and wine. Shake well! Mix & chill. Strain into a glass. Toss in a few mint leaves if you fancy!