About me

To begin with, I am NOT a blogger. I have never done any sort of creative writing in my entire life šŸ™‚ So I had to gather up all my motivation to finally start a blog, because out of my multiple passions, I thought cooking is something that I do on a daily basis and it shouldn’t be difficult to atleast post one recipe a week!!!Hope I am not proven wrong. Fingers crossed!

Having said that, cooking is probably the latest passion I developed and I really enjoy it and try to experiment a lot because I am a foodie šŸ™‚ These days when almost everyone around you takes so much effort to stay fit and diet and eat less and work out, I am probably one of those few who cannot imagine a life of dieting and counting calories. That doesn’t mean I am not health conscious. Just that food is too important a part of my life šŸ˜‰

Ya ya, I know what you are thinking. I do have other interests apart from eating. I love music and particularly singing. I could still survive without food, but I can’t imagine my life without music. I also like travelling, photography(not a pro though), hanging out with friends etc. Basically, any kind of fun activity, I am always up for it..

And to support me in all my crazy activities and to love me in-spite of all the troubles I give him, I have a sweet loving husband, whom I am gonna be addressing as DD in my blog. Ya, I am happily married šŸ™‚ and both of us work and live here in the Bay Area. So now you know, who my Guinea pig is. But I have to say, I don’t remember even one time when DD has ever told me that any of my dish was a disaster or even bad!!! Hmm, either I should be a really good cook or DD a very smart guy šŸ˜‰

As my blog and posts increase, there will be newer aspects of me that I might discover and keep sharing with you all šŸ™‚ Signing off for now…

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13 thoughts on “About me

  1. This is a great recipe; however, my appams are sticking to the appam chatty and I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong.

    • Grease the appa chatti with lil oil before pouring the batter and also make sure that the pan is medium hot. If it still sticks, then add more rice flour to the batter. If the cooked rice is more also, the batter could get sticky. Try and let me know if it still sticks šŸ™‚

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