My food blog is going through a blog maintenance mode and will not be accessible at times. We are working on our wordpress blog for smooth functioning.
Beyond Curries is a new food blog run by a group of Indian food bloggers. Basically this blog will be working towards demystifying Indian cooking and bring to readers the ABC of basic Indian home cooking. Especially for first timers in the kitchen or those wanting to try their hand at Indian cooking, Beyond Curries […]
Three years of food blogging! An what a journey its been, virtually connecting with fellow bloggers and readers, diligently responding to reader queries, spending significant amount of man hours updating posts and visiting blogs. Its overwhelming to receive warm emails from readers that touch my heart and make my day. Honestly, its been exhausting at […]
We, bloggers, have come together to support a noble cause. Fellow food blogger, Brianna Brownlow, who blogs at Figs With Bri, is battling against breast cancer and to meet the treatment costs not covered by her health insurance, we are raising funds. We need to raise $12,000 by 15th July, 2008 and Bri needs all […]
From my garden Earlier today, I learnt that Darren Rowse has unofficially declared April 14th as Blogger Appreciation Day [UNOFFICIAL]. In case you don’t know who Darren Rowse is – he is an Australian blogger who blogs on blogging tips and how to make money through blogging. In Darren’s words, Iâ€™ve been chatting with a […]
When Food Blog Desam had to close due to unforeseen circumstances, it saddened me. I have personally benefited from it immensely and had got used to this support system like so many others. When Indira suggested at Dining Hall that anyone interested could start a similar service, I took the responsibility to work out an […]
Wishing all my readers, visitors and friends a very happy Pongal! This new year saw a passion of mine take shape in the form of a new blog that will chronicle some of my creative interests. I am happy to announce the launch of Suvastra, a photo journal of Indian weaves and embroidery, eco-friendly and […]
I hate to give the unpleasant subject of plagiarism space in my blog. Iâ€™ve been a victim of it. Its not new to me, its been happening since my initial blogging days. At first, I ignored it (not knowing how to handle it) and later I decided to write to the people behind those stealing […]