If I am allowed to say this.. Mulund has very less happening places to eat and hangout. Cakes n Chemistry is one of the few ones. I have stayed in Mulund for 25 years, the way this suburb has evolved is commendable. With Tea Villa Cafe and Cakes n Chemistry, it is surely transforming into a happening place. Cakes n Chemistry is a hidden cafe for youngsters in and around Mulund. Not just youngsters, even the 30s like me would enjoy.
Food - Innovative Desserts
It has some finger-licking menu to make you drool. Some cool Pastas, Burgers and French Rolls. Desserts are not to be missed. I did just that. Didn’t miss the dessert. I pounced on the Chocolate Fondue. The candle, liquid chocolate, little hearts to dip, wafer stick to swipe, oreo biscuits divided into 2 to dunk and of course small pieces of cake to prick and eat. What else can you ask for in a Fondue. But for a chocolate lover like me, who prefers the real taste of the chocolate plus some sweetness, the Fondue was way too sweet.…
“Baking a cake needs hell lot of work” – This would not be your
opinion anymore. Here’s a simple chocolate cake recipe which can be created
with the minimal efforts and a packet of bourbon biscuits. The biscuits contain
maida, choco powder and sugar, hence your ingredients list for the chocolate
cake recipe gets shortened and measurement cups need not be used.
Find below the Bourbon Biscuit Chocolate Cake Recipe. Do
read the tips at the bottom before you start preparing your yummy cake: Bourbon Biscuit Chocolate Cake Recipe Ingredients: 2 packets of bourbon biscuits1 cup milk1 spoon baking powder1 eggHalf tea spoon OilChocolate sauceIcing cream (cone)
Bourbon Biscuit Chocolate Cake Recipe: Crush the bourbon biscuits finely in Grinder and
beat the eggPour the milk and beaten egg into the crushed biscuitsBeat the mixture well for several minutesAdd the baking powder and mix againGrease the cake vessel with oilPour the cake mix and bake in the ovenTo check whether the cake is baked properly,…
The creator of the Mona Lisa painting is known by all – Leonardo Da Vinci. And Da Vinci’s rival? Creator of David? Pieta? The Last Judgment? Yeah, it’s Michelangelo, the sculptor and painter. He’s the one who is usually deprived of recognition and had to fight for it.
Pieta sculpted by Michelangelo before the age of 25 depicts Virgin Mary’s grief over her child, dead Christ.
Michelangelo was granted 450 ducats for creating Pieta which is now equivalent to 30,000 pounds.
As he didn’t receive the recognition for creating one of the most renowned works of art, he made sure he is recognized by inscribing his recognition on the sculpture. David -
The symbol of heroic inspiration for Florentine citizens to develop courage & inner divine strength.