I started this blog for my son, who asks lots of doubts while cooking on his own. Now, this has become my full time job and also my timepass with a difference. Thank you friends, for your support and passion in cooking.
This is my 3rd event announcement. Though all of us are creative in cooking, the traditional recipes should not be forgotten by the youngsters in future. The entries to the event should be traditional state recipes (not the city). It can be a Gujarati Dhokla, Kashmiri pulao, Ooragaya of Andhra, Deepavali marundhu of Tamil Nadu, Chakka Pradhaman of Kerala and so on. It can be a sweet or savoury or snack or a typical meal recipe (lunch or dinner) served on banana leaf.
THE RECIPE SHOULD BE TRADITIONAL IN ITS ORIGINAL FORM. No twists.
Please pass on the event to your friends of different states, so that all of us can explore the AUTHENTIC/TRADITIONAL RECIPES of that state.
Keep rocking towards "TASTY IN DIVERSITY"
As usual, only vegetarian recipes and no eggs please.
Any bloggers and non-bloggers can participate.
No restrictions in number of entries.
(As some of our friends have mailed me they have lot of entries, I have relaxed the no:of entries. You can send in any number of entries.)
Please repost your earlier posts and link it with this announcement and logo.
Mail me the following details:
Subject: State specials
State(of the cuisine) name:(It is the state from where the recipe originated OR the state in which the recipe is famous. For ex: Goan cuisine, Bengali cuisine etc. Many people have misunderstood it for the state to which they belong. )
Country name: (Again, to which country the state belongs)
Link to your recipe(with photo), to firstname.lastname@example.org
Last date for the event is 31st August 2009.
Round up will be on the first week of September 2009.