Taste of Assam brings you the first hand experience of assamese cuisine prepared at home.
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Dear Nomi:“Beyond one’s taste lies their DNA”! At last, we found someone, who knows that cooking is a “pleasure”! We came across the serene sweetness of bamboo shoots, and, indeed we were gob smacked by it.To be honest, were stunned by your authentic “Assamese delicacies” like Ou Tenga Masor Jhol and Pitika. Quite impressed by your presentation of authentic Assamese recipes, we got to know the cheerful face behind North-East! Indeed, it was hard to resist your blog.Sulekha.US would be glad to present your food blog to the Indian communities living abroad. We would love to connect them through one of the most vital channels i.e. food. Featuring your interview would be a perk for our eager Indians, who are waiting for Desi recipes ranging from ‘grand’ to ‘on the go’. On the other hand, it’ll be our pleasure to feature your ‘gastronomic talks’ (interview!) on our home page. Sharing your passion for food might rejuvenate the taste buds and senses of millions of Indians living abroad. Besides, this is an exclusive space for your penmanship too! We’re awaiting your valuable reply. Bon Appetite!Thanks & regardsHamida, Content Manager, Sulekha USHasanulhameedhaS@sulekha.net