Monday, March 19, 2007

Adi's Birthday Cake

I am back today with Adi’s B’day cake and some other pictures of the party ('Jai' is my son's First name) . After coming to US we celebrate Adi’s b’day for three days. First day is on the weekend where we can avail all the friends for cutting the cake and celebrating. The second date is according to the Hindu calendar. He was born on a Telugu New year day called the Ugadi, where the date keeps changing every year and the third date is the actual English calendar date, the 21st. So he gets to freak out the whole week. He officially cut the cake on 17th this year. The Big Event!!




Adi loves the movie Chicken Little and the movie has to be played at least once a day at home (I mean almost every day). So we thought that there can be nothing better than getting a cake for him with the Chicken Little concept.




The following are some of the dishes served at the party.

Dahi wada

samosas n pakodis

Grilled vegetables


chutneys n salad
Veg Biriyani

Tadka Dal
Okra Fry
Kadai Paneer
Gobi Ki Subzi

Palak Ki Subzi

Mixed Pickle

Rasmalai

Mixed veg salad yogurt

Gajar ka halwa n Gulab Jamun

Rasmalai n Kheer

I am glad that I could share all these pics with you guys. Phew!! but got exhausted loading em all!!

Will be right back after Ugadi. Wish You all a Happy Telugu, Kannada and Marathi New Year!!

15 comments:

Asha said...

WOW!! That's like a wedding!!Great party,our's was all tween and teenage food,they don't like Indian food at al.Glad you put the pics!:))

sailu said...

Happy B'day, Adi and God bless you!

Wow! That's quite a lavish delicious spread for lil Adi's bday party..:)

Ugadi subhankanshalu to you and you family, Sharmi.

Sailaja

USHA said...

Wow!!!mouth watering recipes....what a spread of Indian dishes!!!Everyone would have enjoyed alot for sure..

Happy Ugadi a nd convey my B'day wishes to Jai....

Maheswari said...

Happy b'day Adi.Sharmi thanks for sharing those pic.s.Woderful spread of dishes.I hope that's Adi on that long shot pic...He looks cute.BTW, my son was born on the tamil new year..:D.

trupti said...

wow...what a delicious spread...did you make all of it?

your son is a little cutie! Many blessings for him.

Happy Ugadi to you and family.

trupti

Sharmi said...

Ya Asha I know, only till certail age the food is of our choice.then we lose grip.

Thanks Sailu!!

Ya Usha It was a nice party except for the snow fall which wrecked and delayed the party.

Hi Mahi thats nice to know.That way kids get to enjoy a lot.

No yarr Trupti!! We had it at a resturant. thanks dear!!

Sandeepa said...

Great party for little Adi :) He is cho chweet.
Next time remember to invite all of us too :)

Happy Ugadi and Warm Wishes for the little one again

Richa said...

wow looks soooo good, where was it?
best wishes to the lil' one.

Dr. Soumya Bhat said...

Wow..Sharmi,
My mouth is just watering.hmmm cant resists .Wish i was also invited.hee.hee.Happy birthday adi.

Sharmi said...

Dear Sandeepa and Soumya, You are always welcome to the party. I dont know where you guys live.You are most welcome to my place.

Richa its Cinnamon restaurant at rt.10.

KitchenFairy said...

Wow!Wow!Wow!Mouthwatering!Happy B'day to Adi and Happy Ugandi to u and ur family.

Deepa Hari said...

Hi Sharmi,

Hope u had a wonderful party...Convey my wishes to Adi...

jeena said...

Hi Sharma - Great pictures! I saw ramalai and wondered if you have a recipe for it? I only have the rasmalai you make out of the boxes usually the pistachio or almond ones :)

@ said...

you didn't really make all that yourself did you??!!!

Dr.Aparna S. Pattewar said...

Wow simply g8.
mouth watering recipes......