• PandaraBy Pandara

    Welcome to TastyChao, a blog written by a food enthusiast, dietitian, and self-taught home cook. Pandara travels the world, eats local cuisines, and learns how to create authentic (and many not-so-authentic) dishes. Currently she is living in beautiful Georgia--a country nestled in the Caucasus region along the Black Sea.

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  • Ronak BankaBy Ronak Banka

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  • Sujata ShuklaBy Sujata Shukla

    A foodie to the heart, I enjoy experimenting with different cuisines & ingredients and my 'cook-shelf ' plays a prominent part in my life. From traditional Indian dishes to favourites from other cuisines, complex time consuming recipes needing a number of ingredients (and loads of patience), to easy put-me-togethers with less than 5 ingredients, you will find that spices, butter, cheese, colourful and flavourful fruits and vegetables get into almost every recipe in this blog. A Public Accountant by profession with Food as a Passion - join me in this culinary adventure!

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  • Roli SrivastavaBy Roli Srivastava

    I am a home cook with a fascination towards heath and nutrition. Being a fitness freak and mother of a growing kid, I love to experiment healthy variations of my favourite flavours in all possible ways. I am a non believer of following recipes for my cooking, but not everyone is.. :P and that is why I blog here :)

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  • Ramya MenonBy Ramya Menon

    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.

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  • Shyamala RaviBy Shyamala Ravi

    Hi, Cooking was never my passion. I love to eat tasty food. Before marriage my mom's worry was how I was going to survive without knowing even to make an omelette, which is the easiest to make. My husband is a perfectionist and looked into anything with perfection, even food. He is primarily for Kerala cuisine.... I work from home for a medical transcription company. This gives me more time to spend on cooking and jotting down what is done. Basically I am a lazy cook. But the constant complaint about the not so good food from my husband made me a forced, somewhat refined cook.

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