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An ex-IT person turned into a food blogger, consultant, home baker and a amatuer food photographer. From one role to many been an exciting journey. Sin-A-Mon Tales is a canvas for my food memories, this is where I shares reviews, recipes and food stories from my travels and my childhood. Apart from rambling on here I also write for many online websites and publications, I am avid reader, an obsessive traveller and is always looking for food history and culture.→ View blog
“Until I discovered cooking, I was never really interested in anything.” ― Julia Child This aptly sums up my singular passion for cooking.Since the age of 10 when I realized that stirring, chopping, cutting, smelling and tasting is what gives me pleasure. The sound of pots, pans and ladles is music, in short Cooking is nirvana for me. Hope this culinary journey together that we have here continues forever... Read more...→ View blog
Pandara is a Registered Dietitian with an emphasis in culinary nutrition. She is a self-taught cook and finds cooking to be fun, healthy, and rewarding. Her hope is to encourage others to bring cooking back to the home. One of her biggest influences is Alton Brown, especially in his series ‘Good Eats’.→ View blog
My passion for cooking is inspired by my love of eating tasty stuff as well as my hubby’s craze for experiments !! The recipes posted here have been tested and tried out by family& friends. Most of them adapted or improvised from my mom, mother-in-law and magazines. Hope you will love it :)→ View blog
Trained as a medical doctor with a specialisation in nutrition, Nandita Iyer is a well published writer and columnist. Her food blog, Saffrontrail, is where she shares her food thoughts and recipes, since 2006. She has also worked with Ogilvy Healthcare (Mumbai) as a strategy planner. Her work has appeared in Men's Health, Mint, BBC Good Food, Femina, DNA, Complete Wellbeing, Mother & Baby, Yowoto.com among others. She writes on health, nutrition and food. EMAIL: saffrontrail[at]gmail[dot]com→ View blog
We are two friends ( @adamb0mb and @trevin ) who love to cook. We've spent years making food for each others growing families, and finally decided we should just share all of the recipes, tips and whatever with everyone. Our focus here is on feeding your family quickly and easily with wholesome ingredients... most of the time. Make sure to follow our sous vide focused blog too https://www.sousvidelife.com/→ View blog
I’m Richa, a self taught cook, baker and food photographer. I’ve grown up in the kitchen along side my mum and grandmothers and conversations in my family revolve around the next meal. I’ve picked up their love for food along the way. With this blog, I’d like to share myfoodstory with you. I'm based out of Bangalore, India. Follow my blog with Bloglovin→ View blog
Am a journalist with an almost unhealthy fascination with food. My journey with cooking started off with disastrous misadventures while a student in Bangalore. But a few burnt aprons and cut fingers did not put me off the, frankly enticing prospect of cooking. After a few years of living alone, lets say I'm now more sure footed in le kitchen! I love experimenting with my own recipes, and am constantly imagining flavours in my head.→ View blog
Welcome on my page at cucumbertown. I'm here to get new inspirations from all over the world. I love vegetables and I try to choose my food seasonal, organic and local. I welcome your suggestions and comments. If you like my recipes, you feel encouraged to review and share. I have a food blog in German language http://salatwerkstatt.de. On my blog I write on topics related to sustainable agriculture and food culture. Marek Thielemann→ View blog
Hi welcome to sujis cooking, I am Sujitha from Kerala South India, now live in Dubai with my husband Ratheesh and little one Aadhith. I love cooking mainly traditional Kerala and Indian recipes. And I would like to share some of my recipes which I have tried in my kitchen and liked by my family and friends. My recipes are mainly from my family and friends .some I have been adapted from magazines, cookery books and from other websites (due credits given)I am not a trained chef or expert just a house wife with a passion of cooking..I tried to give the exact measurement, however please adjust the measurements to suit your taste level. Hope you will enjoy these simple recipes. Thanks for visiting my blog. Happy cooking!→ View blog
Hi I am Indu, and I come from Kerala, God's own country. I am a software engineer by profession, the youngest (and pampered, says my brother) child of my parents, have a six year old boy, qya and am a true blue foodie. I always thought it would be tough juggling a full time job and a son, and I was not wrong. But it has been fun most of the time, and in the process, I have learnt to be more patient, forgiving and loving, and have discovered a passion for cooking. Agreed that I have always appreciated good food, but it was only after I got married, and realized (with a shock) that I won't have my mum with me all the time to serve me hot rice, chicken curry, beans thoran and moru, that I tried my hand at cooking for the first time ever (instant noodles not included). And to my surprise and joy, I found that this was fun, that I was not bad at it. I sincerely hope you enjoy your time here, and you drop by again, and leave your valuable comments→ View blog
Welcome to my Blog The Eaterspot. My blogging journey began in March 2010. I had just relocated from the US, and living in Wellington, New Zealand was definitely a whole lot different from the US. The day after I landed here, I began a full time job, but I still had a whole lot of free time after 5pm. I was cooking a lot of new dishes from various cuisines so the blog was born to document my cooking for my friends and family to follow what we are upto as a newly married couple and to see what we were eating! Thanks for visting my spot!→ View blog
Hearty Welcome to my blog. I am Mareena, a fun-loving person and a foodie. My love for food extends to my kitchen, where I try out new dishes from around the world. My other interests include music, dance, reading and a bit of gardening. This blog has a collection of more than 400 tried and tested recipes. I hope you taste success with these recipes as I did!!→ View blog
We’re two friends and foodies ( @trevin and @adamb0mb ) who love to cook at home. For years, we’ve been lusting after trying to cook sous vide at home, but couldn’t handle the costs of home machines at that time. In 2012, we both backed a project on Kickstarter called the Nomiku that promised a relatively cheap sous vide immersion circulator for use at home. After waiting over a year, we finally received our Nomiku units in September 2013 and have been cooking sous vide non-stop. It literally has changed the way we eat in each of our homes with our families! The collection of recipes you’ll find on this site are mostly original recipes lovingly created in our respective homes. We’ll also be sharing tips on tools and techniques that we’re learning along the way.→ View blog
Lets talk food is all about, well as is obvious, FOOD. I am mostly clueless about life and its many trappings and trimmings but one thing I am clued in about is food. This blog is all about my tumultuous relationship and crazy love for food.→ View blog
With a justified fondness towards simple, home cooked Odia specialities, "The Turmeric Kitchen" represents home style cooking with lots of experimentation and tons of love.This is an earnest pursuit to present recipes that are easy to make and very simple to follow. One of my favorite quotes very aptly sums up my food philosophy - "The only real stumbling block is fear of failure. In cooking, you've got to have a what-the-hell attitude"- Julia Child, American chef and TV personality Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org→ View blog