About

Hello  and Welcome to my blog !I am Jayashree from India. An enthusiastic blogger, with a zest for life.  I believe in living life to the fullest.

Cooking has been my passion. I have always loved to try new recipes.  Writing has been a feel good factor and extremely  loving it. With these two passions of mine, my culinary blog was born.

Besides writing recipes. I also write poems and articles. A few poems have been published.

My idea of cooking :

Cooking has sincerely been our tradition.  We have seen our moms preparing tasty dishes for us. They have never failed to inspire with their skills.

Cooking ideally involves in using the right ingredients and the moderation of some while playing safely.  It is my attempt to put down the facts as I have experimented. Most of my dishes are learnt from my mother and mother in law. My interest has also led me to learn from various sources as books and internet. I have given my own touchings to some dishes, while others I have dared to create. I hope you enjoy this cooking journey as much as  I do.

I have come across many handy hints while reading and experimenting in the kitchen.  These ease our cooking. They can be useful to one and all.I have compiled more than hundred in an e-book. Do take it as a free gift from me.

My support :

My husband and children have been supportive in this field and I am thankful to them.  It would not have been possible without the help of them and other family members.

My e-books:

I have three e-books that are available on Amazon. South Indian Breakfast, Breadbasket, 30 tasty dal recipes are of three different category.

Let’s get social :

I am glad to have you here. Do connect with me on social sites.

Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Author Central

Our Services:

  • As a food blogger, I am open to engage and work with brands related to my niche. I also undertake social media tasks.
  • As a freelance writer, I write articles related to food, health and education.
  • As a published author, I undertake projects relating to creation of e-book.

For any work related query, write to me at [email protected] or connect with me on Linkedin 

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26 COMMENTS

    • Hello Terri Roper, I think you should try cooking Indian dishes. They are easy to prepare. Chole is tasty, but remember to soak it the previous night.Thankyou for the visit.

  1. Hi, I tried out a few of your dishes and they came out very good….the raw tomato chutney was very simple yet so tasty, the Pulav and phirni too were loved by everyone. Thanks for the wonderful dishes…. Keep posting some more.

  2. Awesome ! I am going to try few of your recipes, Good to know about you and will be checking and learning from you. D

  3. Hey! Its a great site! wonderful recipes! will definitely try some & keep waiting for more! keep up the good work!

  4. Thanks for joining the linky party at Helping the Homemaker. A passion for cooking and writing are perfect combination for a food blog and your’s is great 🙂 And your e-book on handy hints is very useful.

  5. Hi, I’ve just joined you through Kimberly’s linky party. I love Indian food and started learning to cook it years ago with a BBC Madhur Jaffrey cookbook. My husband maintains he can’t stand Indian food, but over the years I’ve sneaked in more and more without him really noticing:) Look forward to learning from you x

  6. I enjoyed reading your About page Jayashree. I really enjoy cooking and trying new recipes as well. How wonderful to have such a supportive family. I look forward to checking out your recipes!

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