About me

Thank you for visiting my blog! This is a humble attempt to share my passion for cooking and you will find many Maharashtrian recipes, my favorite recipes, my husband's favourite recipes & many more. Cooking has always been my hobby & passion, but I never found enough  time to cook and experiment different recipes because of my hectic work schedule. I'm making the most of it now, in my free time. I  have recently developed a liking for 'food photography' which is totally a new concept for me Honestly, I have no formal training in food photography. Taking images of food is a learning process :-) 
 
I was brought in a household who loves to eat (as they call in marathi "assal khaavvye"). My mother has always being my inspiration and I would like to thank her all over again for making me who I am today. I remember as a kid she always used to tell me and my twin "whatever you girls land-up doing in life, be it a hard-core career women or a housewife a girl has to learn the basic cooking before she gets married"
Did I tell you it was compulsory? Yes you got it right!!! 
I get my inspiration for cooking mostly from my mother's recipes, watching cooking related shows on different channels, reading books.

I would appreciate your comments and feedback as a guest of my blog & welcome your comments and feedback that are useful to all and if you leave a comment be it related to the topic.
So looking forward to seeing you more often and would love to have your contributions as well.
Lastly, I would like to thank Kunal for his support for making this blog happen.
Cheers & Happy Cooking!
Soni

26 comments:

  1. this is great soni! Would love to try new recipes with you.

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  2. Aparna Deshmukh28 September, 2009

    Wow ! Congratz Soni ! Nice neat blog. Wish u all the best :) I will try out Ukadiche modak for sure...I dunno exactly how to make 'em...

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  3. This is very creative hobby. The photographs of your creations are equally impressive. You are truly living up to Khadilkar family tradition. Keep it up!

    I liked Shira recipe, it is certainly Satyanarayan Puja Prasad.

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  4. Wow soni, this looks good!! Will surely try some of them!

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  5. Welcome to the world of foodblogging! Looking forward to seeing more recipes and food photography!

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  6. Great going Soni!!

    Will definitely try out the recipes and give the feedback..

    All the best!

    Radhika

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  7. Soni, congrats on your blog...
    Hope you have or will be posting ur Butter Paneer Masala, I still remember the taste :p slurrrrp

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  8. Great idea Soni and good luck...any chance you could list recipes for kanda poha & sabudanachi khichadi?

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  9. Soni Heartiest Congratuations !!!!!on your BLOG.I would be a regular follower and try my hands on all the recipes you post..
    Am sure my tryst in Culinary Skills will come out with flying colours...thx to u babe!!

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  10. Soniiiiiiiiiii..... mindblowing... keep up the recipes coming.. babes, u just rock...

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  11. Gr8 going Soni!

    To see, this is something really mouth watering, yummy etc etc! I am a foodie but not into cooking stuff but will keep a watch on your recipies and will sure ask someone to prepare it for me!

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  12. Good stuff .. I hope you continue with the effort .. something like the movie 'Julie and Julia', and end up writing a book :-)

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  13. Hey Soni,
    Congratulations on your blog! Keep up the good work and I look forward to seeing more recipes!

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  14. Coool, nice going Soni. Great to see ur blog, and those heavenly Ukdiche Modak. One more URL to my favorites :-D, looking forward to more of such mouthwatering recipes. Wish u all the best.

    Prasanna.

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  15. Coool, nice going Soni. Great to see ur blog, and those heavenly Ukdiche Modak. One more URL to my favorites :-D, looking forward to more of such mouthwatering recipes. Wish u all the best.

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  16. Dear Soni,
    It's a great new theme; and never knew you were into it! Gr8 wish you all the best. Youknow how much I love eating!!
    Love
    Pradeepkaka

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  17. Amazing ahes tu -- hats off .. u pursued ur passion with ur bundle of joy & the new turn in ur life ... Food photography - interesting . Keep enlightening us .

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  18. Hi Soni
    This is simply awesome!!Will definitely try ur receipes and share comments as well....Keeep up the good work and keep on posting good food receipes.All the best!

    Cheers
    Nandini

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  19. Wow SOni! Awesome Blog! congratulations!! Keep it up!

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  20. Great Going Soni. Will definetley try your receipies.

    Good Luck
    Victoria Fernandes

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  21. Can I have some prepared sweets as sample??haha

    Well done.
    Jeetesh Bhatia

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  22. blog mast ahe. Your presentation style is also good... Keep it up..

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  23. tumcha blog khup chaan ahe. Me bookmark pan karun thevala ahe. ani food photography kharach khup excellent ahe. keep it up :)

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    1. thanks a lot Nisha.. means a lot to me. Please do share my food blog with your friends.
      Cheers
      Soni

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  24. Sonali Biyani14 August, 2012

    Hi Soni....

    I really liked ur blog. My hubby is a big lover for Maharastrian
    food (though we r marwari)....Ur blog hav made cookng easy for me.
    Thanks a lot...n...all the very best to keep it growing....

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    1. thank you, do follow my blog & tweeter or Facebook for more recipes.

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