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Oh yes! Here we are, I stumbled upon this contest with an amazing opening line:-

“Gran follows recipes by looking at picture—to the eye, delicious; to the tongue, boiled socks. Makes you wanna cry really.” ― Simon Cheshire, Plastic Fantastic

And here, I present – Wheat and Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies, Healthy and Tasty Recipe using Fortune Rice Bran Health, A healthy choice for your heart.


First, let’s start with an Ingredient list and be ready with everything we need to prepare the cookies:

  • 1 cup wheat flour
  • 3/4th cup Oats, toasted and powdered
  • 2/3rd cup granulated sugar, powdered
  • 1/2 cup Fortune Rice Bran Oil
  • 1 tsp. vanilla essence
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 tsp. baking soda
  • 1/2 cup Chocolate Chips


  • Mix the Wheat Flour, powdered Oats, Chocolate Chips and baking soda. Keep it aside.
  • Mix Oil, powdered Sugar well. Add the egg and Vanilla essence, once combined and mixed properly, add the flour mixture.
  • Knead lightly to form a dough, make sure the chocolate chips do not melt while kneading.
  • Make one teaspoon sized balls of the dough, and flatten.
  • Bake at 180 degrees celcius for 10-15 minutes until they turn brown on the sides.
About to become, the final product ;) *yummm*

About to become, the final product 😉 *yummm*

Wheat and Oatmeel Chocolate Chip Cookies

Wheat and Oatmeel Chocolate Chip Cookies

———– A guest post by Kalyani Hemmady

This post is a part of Healthy & Tasty Recipe Contest with Fortune Rice Bran Health Oil &


"Let the Right One In" - Nina Dobrev as Elena, Ian Somerhalder as Damon in THE VAMPIRE DIARIES on The CW.Photo: Bob Mahoney/The CW©2010 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

“Let the Right One In” – Nina Dobrev as Elena, Ian Somerhalder as Damon in THE VAMPIRE DIARIES on The CW.
Photo: Bob Mahoney/The CW
©2010 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved. (source: Google Images)

That boy recalls the hardships they’ve been through along,
All she remembers are the rights that he did wrong..

Days were numb and nights were bland,
All had slipped through fingers, just like sand..

Didn’t want her to suffocate with his love,
To love anyone else he won’t have the nerve..

This time she was the one who delivered the pain,
Every moment was like being hit by a train..

He went strong on whiskey, went long on beer,
Still couldn’t roll back the drooping of the tear..

He left it to fate for it shall declare,
Love’s might or life’s truth, only time will tell…

                                                                                      —– Yash Mehta


That word, is not a giver of good feelings.

Right now, with this state of mind … I could run away and explore a city. Damn. New York. I just happen to be in immense love with the idea of New York.

Or maybe camp in a forest, barbecue marshmallows but without the gross little insects hoping around .. Please no! ..and with this perfect scene, there would be someone besides me to gaze at. That, sounds real good. But then on second thoughts, I hate a dirty unsettled environment and the feeling of remoteness that comes from being stranded in a forest. forest for me.

I shall just stick to New York and those sparkling buildings.

I saw this scene in one sitcom, okay. Girl sitting on that wood log and the guy besides her, with a tent behind them in a forest I have no idea they had in their little ‘town’.. Anyways, girl is looking at the boy with such intensity and he just gives her that breathtaking romantic smile and roasts the marshmallows. It’s roasting right?

I wonder how it will be, to smile for no reason at a person, the one who knows all your smiles. Really it is. Its so completely beyond me, that how something sounds so hopelessly pathetic and yet ..soo very romantic?

Anyways I think about it..

Maybe there is no such thing like a person knowing all your smiles. Maybe its only a romantic projection I have in my mind..the one I want to believe in.

It’s in there too, in 500 Days of Summer, this cute movie. The hero, Tom, works as a writer at a greeting card company..He writes majorly cards which are on love and courtship, and its about how he loses belief in all the norms revolving around love … and with such doubts, wonders what makes sense and what doesn’t anymore.


The scene goes like this:-


Tom abruptly gets up frustrated from his seat, in his company’s board meeting, where they are discussing new taglines for greeting cards. He has this look in his eyes, of a man who is on the verge of a major breakdown..He looks so possessed, disarmed and shows raw pain of a broken hearted lover.

He says –


“It’s these greeting cards, Sir, these cards, these movies, these pop songs.

They’re responsible for all the lies, the heartache, everything! We’re responsible!

I think we do a bad thing here.

People should be able to say how they feel, how they really feel, without some strangers putting words in their mouths.

The truth.

A card is a nice thought but it shouldn’t do the dirty work for you.

You love someone; tell them yourself, in your own words. Maybe it’s not love at all. Maybe there’s no such thing as love.

Maybe it’s… “galoogoo.”

Yeah I made it up, so what?!  “

Tom gets up and walks to the door.


Scene ends.


It’s true you know, what he says.

They are the reason people have such unrealistic expectations.

I have my perfect unrealistic expectation.. the perfect scene of the girl and boy roasting marshmallows, to have the feeling of knowing each others smiles..only because they fed me that. The sitcoms and the movies and the songs..they put these perfect ideas in my head.

Because love cant be this perfect, na?

———–  Dharana Joshi        

Source: Google Images

Source: Google Images