Friday, November 23, 2007

HI FRIENDS....





It's been long since I have posted something new...
I have been very busy being a support and help to my son who is studying for his exams.
I have lots to write and lots to blog about and will be doing it in a few days time...
I would love to hear from all my friends who do come and visit my blogs and find that I am not writing something new..
Please leave a line; it makes me feel good....
I have clicked a lot of pictures and let me give you a sneak preview of things to come…. Hehe…

27 comments:

Happy cook said...

Ok waiting for all the recipies :-)

sunita said...

The sneak preview is tempting enough :-)

Cynthia said...

Hi Hon, good to see you posting again. These are some lovely dishes you've made here. Can't wait to see the rest.

All the best to your son and his exams.

aparna said...

Hi Mahek,
Welcome back. I am new to food blogging, but came across your blog sometime back when I was googling for Taushali. Your pictures brought back a lot of memories as we lived in Goa befor coming to Kochi 3 years back.
You also reinforce the fact that there is a lot of vegetarian cooking in the Konkan region!
So, here's looking forward to your posts.

easycrafts said...

Yummy dishes...waiting for the recipes

VegeYum @ A Life (Time) of Cookin said...

Can't wait to here more, and see what you have been cooking. Exams over now?

Mahek said...

hi,
Friends ,
you all are such sweethearts!!!!!!!
Thanks for your immediate response, i will be posting some new recipes soon and waiting to here from you all again..

Nupur said...

Mahek, those sabudana wadas are making me drool! Good luck to your son, I am sure he will do very well in his exams.

bindiya said...

Hi Mahek,welcome back!,looking forward to all these recipes.

Anonymous said...

I was glad to see a new post and the delicious pictures. Good luck to your son for his exams, and to you too, the moms get stressed too!
Waiting for some recipes, I tried the pomfret hughe and it turned out good.
Namita.

zlamushka said...

Hi Mahek,

wow, havent heard from you for ages! Good luck to your son... Lovely pics over there, will we get to see the recipes, too ? (curious me wonders ;-)

aparna said...

Hi, again. Just saw your new look. BTW, are those sabudana vadas?

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

What scrumptious looking food! Courage and good luck to your son!

Cheers,

Rosa

Anonymous said...

Love the pics...can't wait for the recipes. I made pomfret Hooman with moolas(daikon radish) last weekend. Thanks for keeping me inspired to cook Goan.
-Anu

Meera said...

Hi Mahek,
am new to food blogging. but loved ur previous hughe recipe. now loved the pictures too.
All the very best to your son!

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

good luck to your son for his exams and to mom also

Mahek said...

hi
friends!!!
Thanks for stopping by at my blog , everyday when i open my mail box it feels nice to be remembered....

aparna said...

Hi Mahek,

Could you give me your e-mail id? Haven't been able to find it on your blog.

ChichaJo said...

Every one of those photos is making me drool! Your food looks delicious...can't wait for the recipes :)

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

happy new year to you and your family

Latha said...

Where are u Mahek??? A veyr Happy New Year to you and your family! Waiting for some more wonderful recipes!

Pooja said...

Hi Mahek,
I was thrilled to find your blog and authentic Goan recipes. So many of your recipes look like the ones made by my mum and aunts but I hardly ever remember to make them in my own kitchen. I was chuckling to myself when you wrote about Khatkhate being a very special dish to GSBs. So true! My all-time favorite is sola kadi with coconut milk (we call it nallachi kadi at home). Very simple, very yummy! I am a fairly young blogger unlike you. I've added you to my favorite foodie links, I hope you don't mind. Do leave me a line at my little food blog if you happen to visit. Keep the posts coming... great job!

Warm wishes for the new year,
Pooja

Vita said...

Greetings, Mahek! I am so happy I found your site! I am allergic to gluten and dairy and do not eat meat (except for some fish), and South Indian food is perfect for me, and of course, perfectly DELICIOUS! I found your site looking for a whole-grain uttapam recipe. I want eventually to adapt some GF roti recipes to local (California), organic ingredients, but should probably learn the traditional way first. Thank you for this blog! I will visit often!

Rachel said...

brings back memories for me...

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priya said...

hi mahek,
your food really made me drooling, please do post the recipes of MOONGACHY GATHI, KAKDI KOSHAMBIR, and the lunch that you made on RASSHABANDAN DAY...im really liked all those pictures also.
regards
priya

tayomismo said...

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