It’s time for a guest post. I am so happy to share this post written by Mullai Madhavan of SpiceIndiaOnline. She is one of my favorite blogger and a wonderful friend. I love all her recipes and she says they are simple recipes. But for me, all her recipes are lip-smacking and drool worthy. I like her detailed step by step explanation of the recipe and of course her pictures, oh boy those are worth zillion words. I am a big fan of her pictures. Today she is sharing one of my favorite recipes – Sabudana kichadi.
It’s guest post time. I had to skip the guest post last month due to other commitments, but I am super glad to be back on routine with the guest post and I personally thank Beth Martel for this wonderful and very valuable article. She is a mother of two, a medical professional and a humanitarian. She blogs at HealthyRecharge.com.
It’s time for guest post. I know I am bombarding you all with chaat recipes, so here is a non-recipe guest post about exercises. I am really excited to post about this topic. I would like to thank Jennifer from Team EnergyFirst for sharing this topic.
“Exercise” is really just an umbrella term for several different types of exercise. In general, exercise falls under three main categories:
- Aerobic exercises
- Anaerobic exercises
- Flexibility exercises
It’s time for guest post. This month it’s going to be a 4 in 1 recipe post by Paula Hughes of ChewTheWorld. She has an amazing blog and when she emailed regarding guest post, I agreed right away. I was super elated to get these four recipes in one post. Paula Hughes is the founder of ChewTheWorld (http://chewtheworld.com/), a handy blog, concentrated on food delights, tips, and tricks on preparing the best meals, getting the best kitchen gadgets, and being the better chef. You can find many interesting recipes, top lists of kitchen stuff, and in-depth guides on everything related to the kitchen. From baking, cooking, and roasting, Paola and her associates will help you find the perfect treat, the perfect recipe, and the ideal solution.
I would like to thank her for this wonderful post and without any further delay, here is the post.
It’s time for guest post. This month’s guest post is from Deepa of Scoop of Tidbits. I started to follow her via Instagram and loved her recipes. When I asked for guest post she readily agreed and sent it right away. Thanks a lot Deepa. Today she is sharing Aloo Paratha recipe. I don’t have that many paratha recipes in my blog and when saw her paratha recipe, I was super elated. So without any further ado, over to Deepa.
It’s time for guest post. This month it’s going to be a non-recipe post but an interesting and informative post from Sebastian of http://www.twokitchenjunkies.com. He has an amazing blog with loads of information about kitchen gadgets and their reviews. He sent this post well ahead but with other guest post in line I couldn’t post this right away. I would like to thank him for this wonderful post and without any further delay, here is the post.
Today’s post is not related to Blogging Marathon but a guest post from Jayashree of Evergreen dishes. I came across Jayashree’s blog in google plus and we slowly started to converse via blogs and then in FB. :-) One fine day she pinged me and as we were chatting, she asked me if she can do a guest post for me. I was super elated and agreed right away. I love her blog and she has compiled over 100 useful cooking tips and hints as an e-book.
Vegetable Puffs – baked kids friendly snack, a guest post from my friend and a great blogger – Vidya from TMF. I have mentioned about her in my blog multiple times. Love her baked goodies and she inspired me to try baked murukku and thattai. I also love her toddler friendly snacks. Err.. I can keep adding to this list. I met her and Malar last year and I have recorded that in my blog. I would always thank this blogging world for introducing me this wonderful friend. Now over to Vidya.
This month guest blogger at VVK is Kushi from cookwithkushi.com. I came across kushi’s blog via FB groups and we slowly started interacting via blog comments and groups. I love all her recipes especially her Konkani ones and chaats. (Read Ragda pattice) Her presentations are also unique and her recent coriander almond chutney click was super awesome. When I asked her for guest post she happily agreed and sent me the recipe couple of weeks ago. It’s me who is posting late. I think she read my mind and she sent me a Konkani recipe err recipes. She sent me the main and the side also. Can’t wait to try it out.
From this January, VVK will feature a guest post from great bloggers out there every month. Blogging is fun and when it is shared the fun doubles. I have been following Aruna’s blog for couple of years. I love all her traditional recipes especially the Indian Regional Cuisine. Her attention to details always amazes me and she nicely weaves the story behind the food with this history and culture. She is one of my inspirations behind my food details and study.