The first guest post for 2015… Last year, from being a biweekly event, it went on to be once in three weeks and finally I decided to keep it as a once in a month event and InShaAllah, wish to continue that way as long as this section moves… If you have noticed, this time I am a week later, because last week I was working on moving the blog to its domain and the giveaway post.
As I have always mentioned a lot of times in almost all my guest posts, blogging has opened up a lot of beautiful friendships. It is amazing how people whom you do not know personally can connect with you on a common interest called food. Today, I have a person who owns a young blog, which just recently celebrated its first blogoversary. Going to see, I have been surfing around a lot of blogs and I must say that there is a vast ocean out there who are trying to carve out their niche. The best part of it is that each of them are one better than the other! That is where sometimes I feel I must concentrate on my weak points, but then… yeah, I like to procrastinate… 🙂
OK, coming to the guest for the day, today I have Sathya, who blogs on My Kitchen Odyssey. She blogs mainly vegetarian dishes with a lot of focus on Chettinad specialties. I love her simple recipes and clean pictures. I guess this was the first time I asked a guest of mine to provide me with better pictures… only because I know that she can do much better as far as her photography is concerned. I am so grateful that she took it positively and did it for me. Do check out her range of recipes, especially her recently posted Chocolate Tofu Pie, which had me drooling over it – that’s why I am called a BST!!! Hehe…. Off to Sathya to do the talking…
About Rafee, she is very sweet like her blog. You all know well she shares many wonderful sweet recipes and many non-veg recipes. To a sweet person I want to cook something helpful and simple, keeping her job in mind and her kids as well.
carrot rice without ginger garlic paste and onions ,only with fennel and bay leaf. I hardly see any difference in taste without ginger garlic and onions. You can substitute masala powder with chili, coriander and garam masala powder.
I just have a feeling that I have had a nice filling lunch, when it is just time for breakfast for me! Thank you so much Sathya for gracing my space, it was wonderful having you around… 🙂
Hope all of you enjoyed the post. Have a good weekend…