About Me

Food gets me excited… Cooking is something have been doing since I remember.. What started off as a hobby and a mere pass time has now become a part of me.. I cook I bake, I chop and I churn.. Whether it is Lebanese or Thai or Italian or Indian Cuisine, there is something unique in each of them… My biggest inspiration and my ever constant source of support is my loving husband P, who by the happens to my guinea pig, i.e. all recipes go through him, good bad and the not so bad ones.. I live in Philadelphia Princeton Sacramento   Milwaukee and US has brought me back to my roots in terms of cuisine.. thank you for letting me reconnecting with Bengali food.. But trust me this blog is a mix of  cuisine..  I am here to celebrate my adventures with you and hear some of yours.. And yes, I cook therefore, I am… Lets celebrate the joy of life through culinary adventures………..

Commenting:

Comments are an integral part of blogging. Its one of the best ways to obtain feedback and I would love to hear from all of you. Constructive criticism is  more than welcome. Your feedback are important for me and I would much appreciate if you leave a little note  when you drop by my posts/blog. It would be great to know what you guys thing.

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If you want to use any content of the blog, please be courteous enough to ask. All contents of the blog including photos, recipes and other texts are copyright protected, so if used without permission I can very well detect. If any part of this blog is reproduced without prior permission, you will get an invoice..

9 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hey this is great! Ato din dekhini kano? Really good concept and well done that you have made the effort to put this up!!

    Let me try out one of your stuff!! Looks great 🙂

  2. I have to say, ur an inspiration to me! I’ve just move from my home country to Seattle with my husband who lives abroad and found peace in cooking, I look for recepies everyday online ” love to experiment” and luckily bumped into your blog which has amazing food. I made the dry mutton which was amazing and reminded me of home. Thank u, and I’m officially ur follower!

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