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Sunday, August 2, 2009

Tried and Tasted : A Life(Time) of Cooking

Ganga's A Life(Time) of Cookingis a simply elegant blog ,a reflection of life's little pleasures ,memorable travelogues ,healthy living ideas besides an appetizing database of recipes.
Ganga has been writing in A Life(Time) of Cooking for about 2 years now,but was in to blogging her wonderful experiences of life and food in her old website Food Matters for many many years,even before any of us knew about blogging world.Her impressive writing style and subtle photography beautifully expresses the mood for the food.
I happen to discover her awesome blog just recently,thanks to Zee of Zlamuska's Spicy kitchen.Have spent good chunk of time browsing through her engrossing posts.And I'm pleased to be featuring the blog for this month's Tried and Tasted Event.So While I'm tempted to cook up all of Ganga's Lifetime collection of recipes I also invite all the foodies to share my pleasure , try & taste the blog with few simple rules in mind:


(big thanks to Ksenia Tales of a Spoon ,who designed the logo for the event.Her inspiration of the fantastic graphic was Ganga's Soothing Yogi tea )

1. Cook any recipe(s) from A Life(Time) of Cooking and post about it. Stay as true to the original recipe(s) as possible. Therefore, there is no need for re-posting it, simply link to the original post :-)
2. Link your post to HERE (feel free to use the logo) and to the original post. Please always link to both sites, so both blogs are given credit and you are avoiding copyright fuss.
3. Send me an e-mail (Yasmeenhealthnut@gmail.com) with your name, your post URL as well as the original URL and a picture (300px by height, please).
4. Deadline is the August 31th 2009 and the round up will be posted within a week.

Non-bloggers are more than welcome to participate Simply e-mail me (Yasmeenhealthnut@gmail.com) with your experience of what you cooked and please include a picture.

The round up will be posted during the first week in September(Hopefully)

Here is a simple sweet dish from Ganga's blog,a glossy buttery divine beetroot halwa :D

27 comments:

meeso said...

Halwa looks yum, great color... Thanks for sharing the link :)

Ann said...

Thanks for introducing Ganga..jus visited her blog..Its definitely a great blog..which i missed so far..
Beetroot hallwa looks awesome..Happy hosting

Priya said...

Thanks for introducing Ganga's Blog Yas! happy to go through her blog! happy hosting dear and delicious beetroot halwa!!!

DEESHA said...

halwa looks gorgeous. Happy Hosting

Yasemin said...

Looks great! Her blog is a real gem, I'm excited to meet your other awesome friends too! Love you lots.

sangeeta said...

hey you introduced us to a wonderful blog...thanks for that first...
the halwa is so good with jaggery which i love..

mona said...

Yasmeen, jazakallah for introducing Ganga's blog to us all!

Pooja said...

Thanks for introducing to a wonderful blog. Happy hosting!

Kalaivani said...

Thanks for introducing Ganga's blog.Nice blog and your beetroot halva looks perfect.

Faiza Ali said...

Happy hosting and thanks for leading us to another lovely blog.And wooow the halwa looks awesome dear. Nice click :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Lovely colour!!I fell in love in those,simply for the colour:)

prasukitchen.blogspot.com said...

beetroot halwa looks delicius Dear !!

Jen said...

A complete new blog for me .looks interesting.thanks for the Intro.

Curry Leaf said...

New blog to me.Nice introductory post and very nice logo.Will surely post my entry b4 deadline.Happy hosting -at a time its 3 events for you.

Parita said...

New blog to me, thanks for introducing such a lovely blog.

Viki's Kitchen said...

Ganga's blog is very interesting. glad to go through her blog! happy hosting dear and halwa looks gorgeous.

5 Star Foodie said...

beetroot halwa looks very interesting; will check Ganga's blog out. Thanks!

aquadaze said...

something for you on my blog :)

Jessica said...

beautiful picture...never tried halwa with naturally sweet beets...sounds yum with butter :)

veggie belly said...

thanks for highlighting a new blog. love the logo!

Smitha said...

wonderful halwa Yasmeen. Really love checking out real good blogs.Will have a peek at what u recommend.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Happy Hosting....

Kitchen Flavours said...

Halwa looks extremely yum....

vidhas said...

Thanks for introducing a new awesome blog. Happy hosting!! Beetroot halwa looks fabulous.

Lisa said...

I adore Ganga's blog and hope to contribute something this month, time permitting!

Lakshmi Venkatesh said...

1st time visited Ganga's blog. Was superb, will try to send something.

Dear Yasmeen, A.W.E.D German is going on in my blog. Please try to participate.
http://delightsofcooking.blogspot.com/2009/08/awed-german-event-announcement_01.html

Anonymous said...

I'm new around here, seems like a cool place though. I'll be around a bit, more of a lurker than a poster though :)
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