Chammu excellent,great work.we feel like eating send us parcel.swathi
Chammu, Great job!Waiting to see more posts from you....--bhuvana
Swati:U ve a plenty of choice when u r visiting us.Bhuvana:Thanks a lot! Sure i will come up with some great post.
Hi Cham,Neengalum thamizha?
I'm glad that I started my own blog. Getting to know a lot of Tamil people. Although my mother tongue is Telugu, I'm or as a whole my family is very much convenient with Tamil only. Nice to know you Cham.
Hey Cham, I saw your section "Cooking for Dummies" and I couldn't believe how few of those recipies I know. I hate to call myself Dummy after 10 yrs of cooking experience, but what else can I say!!!!!First of all Congratulations for coming up with this fantastic idea and doing an awesome job. Hoping to see more recipies coming out from the "Maestro Chef" CHAMVidya
Vidya: R u from CH- MA! If yes How r u? Shout me a mail from my contact section.If not: Glad of ur feedback. Dummy after 10 years, no no sure u re should be upgraded to Sous -chef right now!Sure i will keep up my work if there is such encouragement !
The 'porotta' came out really well...u forgot about the secret ingredient "sweat"!! I think thats what makes it taste so yummy in the roadside Muniyandi Vilas shops!
Hi Cham ,first time here ..really nice blog:)visit me sometime at mine-Meenal
Hey Cham, You from tamil nadu? Well I am a confused tamilian coz I was born in kerala ,but speak Tamil.hehe...
Good that i stumbled upon your site. Can have a taste of southern spices. Best wishes.
Let me know if you can submit a cake recipe for DNS. DNS is a blog cum magazine to support Indian food bloggers. Kindly mail me your recipe with a short bio of yours to firstname.lastname@example.org (Make sure the recipe is yours).You can submit more than 1 recipe.
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