Random 51: Celebrating Culture – A Culinary walk

No one who cooks, cooks alone. Even at her most solitary, a cook in the kitchen is surrounded by generations of cooks past, the advice and menus of cooks present, the wisdom of cookbook writers ~ Laurie Colwin


Love and care are as vital as measurements.

Passing out all and even encouraging participation

No secret recipe

Still it tastes different.

Spicy Chicken Marinade

Learning is fun. Tasting is more fun.

Last weekend I was on a mission to cover a cooking event. The participation was free but limited and people were asked to register in advance due covid restrictions. The event was supported by municipality to promote food and culture.


Nature has provided us all.

Sharing is our culture.

Expecting nothing in return.

Other than a smile.

Stay blessed.


Jo’s Monday Walk

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40 thoughts on “Random 51: Celebrating Culture – A Culinary walk

  1. Oh, how beautiful this is!! A truly heartwarming post. That spice box is a compulsory item in every Indian kitchen 🤣 The only thing that’s constant from Kashmir to Kanyakumari.
    Such lovely nom-nom dishes!!! 🤤

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  2. What a delicious post, Rupali! Thank you for showing the process of making these wonderful dishes. Occasionally, I try to make Indian food, like chicken masala… I love Samosa, it’s one of my favorite dishes. 🙂

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  3. This is so wonderful! Your photos are fabulous! Cooking and sharing food is a such a labor of love and kindness that creates good memories! All the senses get involved! 🙂
    I’ve been fortunate to be apart of events where foods from many cultures, and countries, are shared. Such a joy to learn.
    (((HUGS))) 🙂

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