“Good food is very often, even most often ,simple food”
How is it to be amongst those millions of food blogs ?? I don’t know..How is it to go noticed among those countless number of food bloggers ??My answer would be again ,I don’t know!!
Perhaps, even after all these thoughts if I have decided to show this blog of mine some light, it certainly has something which makes it unique! 🙂
Thank you for dropping by!
Hailing from a beautiful town in God’s own country I ,currently stay in one of the busiest city in Karnataka. Cooking wasn’t a passion for me.. food was! The curiosity to know how the same dish tastes different when different people made it landed me in cooking. As someone who could barely eat the same dish twice a day ,I started out my journey in search of varieties.
I have pestered everyone who has ever fed me tasty food to share their recipes! To my surprise even the same recipe by two people were never the same. And that was obviously due to ‘their difference in cooking style, resulting a pleasing change in taste every time.
Both my grandmothers made tastiest food ever! and so is my mother and mother in law. In fact every woman in my family could beat each other in delivering tasty food. So the recipes that you find in KitchenTidbits is a collection of all those home tried recipes that I have collected from them and from every one who has pleased my taste buds once at least! Because there is nothing like home cooked food 🙂
I’m sure all of us would have certainly gone in search of food recipes at one point of time. There was a time when I used to search internet ,cookbooks and magazines to find one curry/ thoran recipe to go with lunch just to make it taste different each day( cheers to easy recipes!;)). That eventually ended up in this blog.
My family likes to eat Kerala food for every meal , nothing pleases our tummy like a Kerala meal with matta rice accompanied by thoran, mezhukupuratti, curries and a variety of non-veg fry ! We do eat North Indian, Chinese , and other cuisines occasionally. So you will see more of Kerala food in this blog.
I love the aroma of a food! 😀 It certainly has to be inviting, even for the simplest one. The taste of a dish can be figured out right from the initial stage of cooking it as it releases nice pleasing aroma. It sure tickles my taste buds even before tasting a dish. I have heard people saying , ” its not easy to make aromatic food everyday! ” whereas the fact is You can make tasty food everyday! So, I’m trying my best to keep it real and simple adding all the tips and tricks for tasty food.
P.S: I don’t claim myself to be a best cook! I’m still a leaner ,I would say. I like to learn, experiment and step out of the conventional and traditional way , sometimes. So, this is my culinary journey to keep home cooked food easy and tasty!(perhaps, through tricks and tricks 🙂 ) As cooking has no RULES!!! 🙂
And I welcome you all to join my journey 🙂
Don’t shoot what it looks like, shoot what it feels like!- David Alen Harvey
The photographs are the fruit of my hard work. Although an amateur in food photography ,I’m exploring and experimenting in food photography with the resources I have ( I use a Vivo Y51L /Redmi Note 4 for my pics ) .So kindly use the pictures with permission.
WELCOME to my space ….Hope you enjoy the posts!