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Sanaa A'esha
145 recipes Bangalore, India
Everything is better on a full stomach. I cook when I am happy, tired, depressed, anxious, and it always makes my day better. And we always have people over, and it gives me plenty chances to keep trying out new recipes.
Medini Mangala
17 recipes Bangalore
I cook because I love to eat. It's really as simple as that. Fortunately for me, I married a foodie (who happens to be a much much better cook than me). Fairly early in the marriage I realized the best way to avoid ego clashes about each other's cooking was to make things Karan had no expertise on. And thus my tryst with baking began. Today, I can't imagine a life without my oven, maida, butter and sugar :)
Noor Nazar
16 recipes Dubai
I really want to start this line by saying that I started cooking at the age of one :D I really am not sure at what age I started cooking. But, I fondly remember that I used to be really happy making drinks and snacks whenever a guest rang the bell. Those days, my cooking skills were limited to Tang, Squashes or Horlicks :) I went for some cooking and baking classes during my Summer Holidays when I was fourteen years old. I owe a lot to Fauzia Mam who taught me the basics of cooking and baking and owe a lot more to my Mom & Dad who made the right decision at the right time for me. From then on, I started trying out a lot of recipes. Today, I am happily married and my husband is a big foodie . He brings out the best in me and tells me what exactly went right (and wrong) with each dish that I make. Here are some of the recipes that I often make at home. Hope you like them as much as I do :)
Kavita Srinivasan
23 recipes Bangalore, India
To cook is to meditate.