Category: food bloggers

Easy Vegan Chocolate Almond Cake (and a lesson in tolerance)

Easy Vegan Chocolate Almond Cake (and a lesson in tolerance)

Harini is one of the first food bloggers I met in Mumbai, and we instantly became friends. It’s not very difficult to make friends with Harini–she’s a transparent soul, full of life and vigour–chatty, well-read, superlatively talented (she can stitch, embroider, crochet, style, photograph, is a phenomenal cook…) and most importantly, she is very kind. She’s […]

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Crumbs!

Crumbs!

Writing a book is a long, laborious and very deeply isolated exercise. I have been at it for a while now (and that’s an understatement) and even after submitting the manuscript, I was in a will it-won’t it stage despite my kind editor continuously reassuring me. But you know me—I am the nervous kind and […]

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Kitchen kindred

Kitchen kindred

The creaking fan that needed to be rewound was the only company she had. The monotonous sounds of the autorickshaws punctuated by the shocking screeches of late night spoilt brats pretending to be bikers trying life-threatening skills on their vehicles had died down, leaving behind an eerie silence on the roads, made even eerier by […]

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Top 5 Tips for a Home Run Food Business

Top 5 Tips for a Home Run Food Business

In the 8 years that I have been blogging, I have worn many hats—I have taught cooking, manufactured food products for sale, designed food products for retail brands, drawn up menus and recipes for food manufacturers and restaurants, photographed and videographed food in various avataars, and I write about food as much as I can. […]

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Thalipeeth Crackers with Thecha Dip (and winners of the first My Jhola giveaway!)

Thalipeeth Crackers with Thecha Dip (and winners of the first My Jhola giveaway!)

{Scroll down for the giveaway winners!} All of last year, I spent in wrapping some projects up, writing my book, being pregnant, and then of course, I almost went in hiding while I got used to being the mother of three children. One of the things I have really missed in all this time, is […]

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Saffron Sondesh

Saffron Sondesh

Many years ago, in the bright and airy classroom of Grade 1, I was first introduced to Bengali Mishti–Bengali sweets. My classmate and bench partner would always have a kheerkodom or sondesh in her little lunchbox. She would save it right for the end and savor each little bite. She offered me a taste once, […]

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Meeting Matt Moran

Meeting Matt Moran

This post is a tad late, but I couldn’t not write about not write about my fan girl moment on the blog, so here goes. I was invited by my friend Rushina to her beautiful studio, A Perfect Bite, this time not as a teacher (I did tell you that I take an occasional bread […]

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