Bakers in India

At the beginning of my foodie (read food-blogger) journey, I attended some fabulous workshops by food bloggers in Mumbai. The colorful designs and awesome photos tugged at my heart and I toyed with the idea of starting a food blog for a long time, before I actually did. Here’s a list of some great Indian food blogs. The best part is it will be very easy to follow them, as the ingredients that they use will be readily available to you (most of the times!). I keep going back to them for inspirations…

The Purple Foodie by Shaheen Peerbhai

Bombay Chowparty by Reshmy Kurien

Rushina Ghidiyal

Saffron Trails by Nandita Iyer

Escapades by Arundhati

The Meal Algorithm by Preethi

Edible Garden by Nags

The White Ramekins by Himanshu Taneja

Passionate about baking by Deeba Rajpal

2 thoughts on “Bakers in India

  1. Yes, Rutvika, you do touch a chord in me with your musings about the net. I have kids aged 16 and 11 now, and I am looking every where, not just the internet, for ideas on how to handle our lives better πŸ™‚ Now, maybe we can trade ideas over facebook or the blog πŸ˜‰

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