This guest post is special to me, ask me why… ask me… 🙂 The time I was thinking of asking Divya of Dishing to do a guest post for me, she messaged me on FB if she could be a part of the series!!! I really don’t know if she believed me when I told her that I had exactly the same thing in my mind, but dear, it is true! I was really thinking of writing to you for a guest post, however you went ahead and took the ball from me and aimed at the goalpost! 😉
So there she is on my blog… Divya just recently celebrated her first bloggoversary with homemade rose syrup, which I just loved. She has been a regular on my page and leaves her lovely comments whenever possible. Can’t help it but say that I love her pictures – simple and to the point… I seriously do not have any energy to do a lot of blabbering today, I suppose!!! Let me just move on to the yummy Mushroom Peas Pulao that she so lovingly has bought along.So I will pass on the batton to Divya and see what she has to say! 🙂
There was a life earlier for me and my hubby – 10 hours of work, 3 hours of travel, 6 hours of sleep, 5 hours of extra extra. Then came our little bundle of joy, who turned my world upside down. it was not easy for me to take that change, but what keeps me going is the feel she gives me every time that “I am the world for someone who is calling me amma”. In about 6 months after her birth we moved to the USA. Different people, culture and way of life. This was the time I started cooking.
Dishing is a food blog that features recipes after trial and error sessions in my kitchen. I started this blog with the intention of sharing the recipes with others which I tried personally. I post my recipes only if its approved by my food critic – My hubby! I love cooking for my hubby for these reasons “he is always happy with whatever I serve,
he never insists for anything specific, never complains, never troubles”. When you have a hubby like that, you will always want to treat him with good food :). This was how my cooking interest improved. From searching a name for my blog, design, presentation, also selecting which recipe to post – my hubby does help me. He is the best critic I have. His support is another strength that helps me run my blog. I am very thankful to him.
green chillies and saute until raw smell goes off. Add onions,salt and saute until they are transparent and slightly brown.