About Myself


Hello everyone!

My name is Swati Pareek and, welcome to my world of delicious/yummy delicacies.

A brief round-up: I am the mother of a sweet little angel, the wife of a connoisseur hubby, and the daughter of world’s best mumma. I am a complete food addict who loves to cook as well as eat food. The Mantra of my life isย simple – “live for savoring good food, rather than have food to survive”. Cooking makes me happy; it is like a therapy for me by which I tend to discard all the negative energy and worries that come as part of day-to-day life.

This blog is the result of the heaps of encouragement received from my family and friends over the past year or so – many thanks to all of you who have inspired me to create this blog for spreading my happiness far and beyond. Do note that I am a Indian vegetarian human being and, so the blog will have vegetarian (mostly Indian) recipes. I hope that does not stops anyone from checking and trying out my recipes – after all it’s all about the taste. I am a die-hard fan of Indian food but I also fancy Italian – will hopefully will be including some non-Indian vegetarian dishes as well.

I hope you guys like this and, feel tempted enough to send me your thoughts/suggestions/questions/feedback. I want this to be as interactive as possible!

Bon Appetit !!


25 thoughts on “About Myself

  1. Hello Swati

    You have a great blog with some great recipes and a great story. I am reaching out to you from http://www.itspotluck.com a social platform for Indian/Desi food lovers. It is a community of About 300 flood bloggers with thousands of recipes and counting. You might find some fellow bloggers from India and abroad as well on our platform. It is developed by someone like you who is a Indian mom/wife/daughter who is passionate about technology and in need of new recipes. This platform is aimed at addressing the love for Indian food by creating:

    > A one stop shop for all Indian food related information.
    > Create a democratic platform for home cooks to get noticed, appreciated and rewarded.
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  2. Hi ,
    Swati Mam
    I need ur help actually i just want to know that how you created this blog as I also want to create my own Blog.

    Can You please help me out?

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  3. Thanks for being such a good friend.

    Can you please tell me that how can I post something on my blog which I have created on Saturday.

    Actually I am planning to start my own small business of fashion fabrics,So I just want to post some samples of the fabrics to get some good orders.

    So,If possible please help me out my mail id is abhilashakedia13@gmail.com.

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  4. Hey Swati !!

    Love the blog and the recipes. Very unique and different. We would love to see some on our network. We get a lot of traffic and I am sure our viewers would love to see some of these. Just blog, post or write recipes. We also have a wall that our members use to interact. Check us out when you get a chance. http://www.chefnbar.com


  5. I’m not Indian, but I had a very special mahabhagavata guru who had appeared in Bihar. I then lived in various parts of India learning the ancient Vedic culture and the ‘out of this world’ cuisines. Dhokla and rasa malai, oh my gosh….my favourite ๐Ÿ™‚

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