Welcome! Whether you are a foodie and have come over to this website in pursuit of some authentic Indian recipes that you can prepare for your family over the weekend, or just a klutz in the kitchen seeking some easy to make recipes and simple comfort food, you have come to the right place. This blog will share with you authentic and traditional Indian recipes, that you could easily replicate in your kitchen. I am Smita, and I have started this food blog with my husband Pranay so that we could share some wonderful experiences about our food journey with you.
I started cooking out of necessity. When I took up my first job, I had to move to a different city away from my home. Staying away from your home, teaches you many lessons in your life and cooking was one of them for me.I became tired of eating out, and when craving for my Mom’s food became too powerful to resist I decided to start cooking.
It was during this journey that I met my alter ego and we continued together on our food expedition. As I learnt cooking and started making recipes, my list grew and so did my recipe entries in my food diary. In due course of time I got married and started preparing various recipes for my friends and family. The smile I could bring on their faces has been most satisfying feeling for me.
Come 2015, Pranay and I decided that we should take our passion to the next logical level. We were quite unsure about what our next step should be. After a lot of contemplation we decided to take the leap of faith and start this food blog so that we can share our recipes with all food lovers out there and spread the joy of sharing.
We feel that our traditional Indian recipes are getting lost and it is our responsibility to preserve them. So by the medium of this blog we are trying to cherish the authentic and traditional Indian recipes that we have grown up relishing on our festivals, special occasions but which seem to be getting lost now. Join us and together we will spread the happiness and love of food. Remember what George Bernard Shaw once said, “There is no love sincerer than the love of food”