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Sunday, August 31, 2008

MANGO MILKSHAKE FOR THE GRAND FINALE

GRAND FINALE

Some time in the month of July I came across the NaBloPoMo website. I found it very interesting that Eden Marriott Kennedy started NaBloPoMo in 2006 as some kind of a joke because she'd failed at the NaNoWriMo. She says in her blog that, “I decided that if I couldn't write a novel in thirty days, at the very least I could post on my blog every day for a month.”.

These were the very lines that inspired me to take on the NaBloPoMo challenge in July.

I started blogging everyday from the 15th of July but I was not sure whether they would consider 15th of July to 15th of August a month. So I continued blogging in August. I thought I would be able to easily post on my blog everyday, but there was trouble in paradise…..

Both my girls were down for 2 weeks in August, and getting to my laptop was getting more and more difficult, but I didn’t want to give up…not yet.

I continued posting everyday. It was getting stressful for me to post everyday as my blog has 80% recipes so it was difficult to think, cook, click photos while nursing my 5 year old and 10 month old baby back to health. What kept me going was the thought that I had taken this as a challenge and I didn’t want to give any excuse, so I used to sit up until late into the night and type. I wouldn’t get up till I finished on my post.

I didn’t want to give up and by god’s grace I have come to the end of the challenge. I want to thank God to help me sail through all challenges in life. I then want to thank my kids, my husband and my maid without whose help and support all this wouldn’t have been possible and I want to thank you Eden for helping me and people like me take on challenges sitting in the comforts of their homes and make them believe in themselves and achieve the unachievable. To make people believe that when there is almost no limit to how far you can go in what you are doing. "The sky is the limit".

A big thanks to all my friends in Blogosphere who went through my posts everyday and encouraged me with their wonderful comments. Thanks girls, “You’ll kept me going I must say.”

And I must say this has been such a fulfilling challenge for me, so I want to end my challenge with an exotic drink and that is the thick Mango Milkshake. What better way to end it than to toast to this achievement with a drink made with the King of fruits – The mango.

MANGO MILKSHAKE

Ingredients

I used the tinned Mango pulp here

Mango Pulp (1 lb mango pulp) -1 tin

Milk - 5 cups

Sugar – 2-3 tbsps

Method

Put all the above ingredients in the blender. Blend until smooth.(As shown in the picture on your right, it is a close up of the texture of the Milkshake inside the blender.) Keep this refrigerated and serve chilled.

This is a thick milkshake, but if you don't want it too thick, you can add some water or some more milk to the milkshake while blending it

11 comments:

sowmya said...

congratulations on completing your challenge!!Mago milkshake looks yummy!!!

Priti said...

Hey Congrat's dear...gud piece of work...hope your little one's are fine now..and mango milkshake looks yummy...hav some rest and relax

notyet100 said...

i knw how difficultit is to blog with kids around,..good u completed the chllenge and mango milkshake looks yum,,..;-)

Divya said...

Wow! Your write-up is very inspiring. You have done an amazing job! I can only imagine how difficult it must have been to do all of what you have done with two small children.
Keep up the good work!

SriLekha said...

hi am back again after a break! am inviting u for my son amiitesh's b'day which falls on sep 3rd! the dish is looking so good!

LG said...

Anything with Mango tastes yumm..and I love all of them

Sireesha said...

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi dear...

congratulations on completing your challenge!!Mango milkshake looks yummy!!!Love the colour....

Usha said...

Wow,its amazing that you were able to complete this challenge despite these odds...Congratulations on that..I haven't visited your blog for a few days and missed a lot of action I guess..your mango milk shake looks yummy and so does the dum aloo below...

Purva Desai said...

Hats off to you for posting everyday with kids and other responsibilities to handle...
Mango milkshake...hmmm.... I ve missed mangoes this year....
I wish I was in India during summers..

Aparna said...

LOve mango anything and mango milkshake is definitely somewhere at the top of the mango list.
That was some challenge you took on. I find doing 2 or 3 posts a week stressful! Congrats.

SriLekha said...

Check out my blog for this moth event and do participate in it!

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