Until recently, I've been a little apprehensive of making Restaurant Style Naan bread.  I mean, how can one even come to close to duplicating this soft and puffy semi-flat bread typically made in a tandoor (or clay) oven? Last I checked, my kitchen (and most kitchens) only come with a convection if you're lucky. However, after investing in a bunch of Indian spices and working on some Dal recipes, I figured Naan was the next thing I needed to try my hand at, and I'm so glad I did! Now, I have this AMAZING restaurant style naan bread that my whole family can eat since its dairy-free. 

Banana Bread French Toast The end of Summer can go several ways. a. Mom's and Dad's everywhere are numb to the sounds of arguing kids, tapped out of resources to go places to keep the kids busy, drive past the library instead of forcing them to go inside and find a good read,  and find delight in the hours of video game playing as long as you some "alone time". b. Mom's and Dad's are savoring every last-minute with their kiddos, taking last-minute trips, swimming every chance they get and mentally preparing for the first day of school (cry now so you won't have to in front of the children).