where Do you get your recipes?

Some are family recipe, some are traditional and some are from experimenting. Thanks to the internet there are so many varieties still to be tried and tested.

who takes the photos for the blog post?

As you can see from the evolution of the photography from older to newer post all the pictures taken by me and sometime by my husband.

Can I use the photos from this site?

You can, however I would appreciate if I am asked first.

what kind of camera do you use?

Right now I use Canon rebel T3 and my phone. I hope to keep improving my food photography skills.


I am a beginner, where do i start?

I suggest you start by exploring pantry essentials to understand what I use in my cooking. Then go through the recipes that are 30 minutes and under which usually doesn't include a lot of ingredients. Even if you want to challenge yourself with a new recipe it's okay, most of my recipes have pictures for each step. Also I tried to exact the measurements for the right flavor.

Why do you use silicone utensils? is it safe?

Here is a few things to know about silicone. The below content is from forbes.

Why Is Silicone A Safe Choice?

While not a “100% natural” material like rubber, food-grade silicone is a non-toxic polymer mostly made from silica (sand). It can withstand heating and freezing without leaching or off-gassing, hazardous chemicals – unlike plastics, which contaminate food in these environments. It is also odor- and stain-resistant, hypoallergenic, and because of it’s smooth surface, very easy to clean. For these reasons, and because it is soft life rubber and does not break, it is the perfect material for eco-friendly and non-toxic baby products in particular.