When I read back on what I wrote for 2009, I seem to be struck at that point. But let me now talk about things that didn’t happen. It is going to happen, but let me talk about things that did happen and left a mark on my memory.
On the food blogging front, I have posted about 82 recipes, some classics and some new. And yes this year has been good in many Food related fronts, including being part of this blogging community.
In March I met bloggers from Chennai through IndiBloggers and was awarded Best Culinary Post – Avant Garde Bloggies Awards for Gulab Jamun. Then of course it was the festival occasion of Ugadi.
June saw me getting more involved into Microwave Cooking, where I announced of 365 days of Microwave Cooking.
July saw me posting on How to make Rasam in 5 minutes which by the way seems to be the most asked question. What followed in this month were a series of Microwave dishes.
August saw One Million Visits to the blog and some yummy treats to celebrate too.
September celebrated Vinayaka Chavithi special, while Ganesh is the remover of bad doings, it seems very fitting.
October had me flying to SFO to attend the BlogHer Food 10 conference. I was a panel speaker on Food Diplomats and Cuisine Ambassadors. It was a trip of a lifetime, very memorable for a Food blogger to meet and represent India on an international level.
November celebrated Deepavali.
Indian Cooking Challenge members grew and we did many interesting challenges
Each and every post lingers leaving a lasting impression in mind. I so look forward to the year that is coming and hoping to blog more.
A very happy new year to all my readers who take time to read my blog and get me going. If there is anything that you feel should be done in the coming year, leave a comment will try to target it.