A few weeks back, the folks from Cultural Kitchen visited with us. We showed them how Sooji Halwa (Sheera) is made and shared some of our own personal stories with them. We wanted to share this video with you all.
What a fabulous video-diary, it celebrates so much in just a few minutes and has shown us another dimension to your lives. I particularly loved the wedding photos and the family scenes around the table, you really are blessed.
You ladies are superb!I am sure most of the woman out there are inspired by you in cooking and blogging! You guys just rock! I and my friend Bhagya have also started our own website, after being inspired from you ofcourse (that goes without saying!). It’s called Chef In Us! Thanks for all your wonderful recipes that have helped us in improvising our cooking passion! Your ladies rock!
I am a person quite new for “cooking”. It was only after my marriage this May 2012, did I start cooking everyday. Until then, it was occasional cooking at maiden home and some dessert making. But now, I need to make the 3 courses quicker and effective..without much compromise on the taste. Lucky for me, my husband understands that I am a learner. But it is up to me now to better my cooking. That’s when I was constantly/randomly browsing many many recipes and websites and came across SMTC. I started observing that SMTC had great recipes, easily explained with tips and that I was always landing up with SMTC recipes for my cooking trials (happy about that!).
I am now a SMTC subscriber and looking forward for more of good cooking from me.
For this Diwali, I will try n make Ksheera and dedicate this dessert to you and your family. Happy Diwali.