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IPSITA NAYAK
India

Bio: All I love to do is cooking, eating and travelling.. Cooking is a stress buster for me because I make it real easy.. Sticking to a recipe is not my thing, I keep experimenting with the flavors and ingredients.. And it's a lot of tasty fun.. πŸ˜‰ Keep cooking.. Enjoy eating.. And the most important thing, BE HAPPY.. Cheers!!! πŸ™‚

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      1. Fantastic, I’m now following you, so hope to keep in contact as we build the blog from its humble beginning! Hope you and your readers find it interesting too.

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  1. Hello, Thank you for dropping by. You have a nice page. When I’m in an off-day I may even try those “churros” they look great πŸ˜‰ You like to travel… where to, may I ask? πŸ™‚ Greatings

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    1. Ah… Surely you should try them… πŸ˜ƒ
      And I love to travel.. I keep visiting places within India but my dream destinations are France and Australia 🌏..
      😊

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      1. France, really? wauw that’s nearby πŸ˜‰ my dream is to one day travel around the world, slowly so I can learn about other cultures and Asia and Australia are also the top destinations πŸ˜‰ but the nr. one for me is Norway πŸ˜‰

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  2. Hi ipsitanayak07
    thanks for liking gluten free bread recipe on my blog Breathoffreshness.com coming from a foodie specialist it means alot.. your blog looks spectacular and I will be popping back to try some of these spectacular looking recipes…bye for now

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  3. Hi! Thanks for visiting Anverelle and liking my week in IG photos. I took a look at your recipes and I’m amazed at the rainbowcakes! How do you get all the colourful layers? πŸ˜€ Happy Sunday!

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  4. Thank you for liking my 3 Ingredient Almond Milk on my site https://fitandfearlessafterfifty.wordpress.com/ I have enjoyed browsing through your recipes. Your photography is beautiful! Hoping to catch some more Indian food recipes from you, as I have recently discovered I love Indian food! I was never exposed to it until I started cooking a lot more adventurously in the past couple of years. So glad I tried it! Thanks again, and keep up the good work with your creative cooking!

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  5. Namaste Ipsita, thanks for liking our post on Serbian Apricot Torte – it really was sensational! And not hard to make, definitely has the ‘WOW’ factor.
    What part of India are you in? My husband and I spent 3 months travelling around, but mostly the North Western part. It was the memorable place of all.
    Indian cuisine one of my all time favourites. Cheers Mimsey

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  6. Hi Ipsita!
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and liking my post!
    I am total foodie but a really bad cook! But I found your recipes really fascinating and i cant wait to try them, especially the momos and tricolor parantha!
    I also liked your post on zodiac @ baner. I, myself lived in Pune for a while and the desserts at Zodiac are super amazing!!
    Waiting to learn more of your recipes. Happy writing!

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  7. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking something. I am enjoying my visit to yours. You have a lovely sense of color. You food shots look good enough to eat. Much better than the usual pics on a monitor. I’m glad you said that cooking not eating was the stress buster for you. It would be very sad it you ended up with a weight problem because of your culinary gifts. Good luck with your blog! You are off to a good start.

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    1. Thank you for the praise and sharing your views πŸ˜ƒ… Means a lot…
      Well, yes I am on the heavier side… But it is not a problem yet.. Not as long as I exercise and my mum follows ayurveda .. 😁

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      1. Also, there’s something I want to ask you if its alright? How do you build your community, get so many likes and views on your blog? I’m really struggling and I’ve already done a lot of the main stuff like posting facebook and social media, regular and (daresay) interesting updates and whatnot. Any advice would be great. Thanks a bunch! x

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  8. Thanks for liking my post. Your blog is wonderful! My family loves to cook and bake. My mom bakes a lot of scones, I will show her your recipe. My son and I go to a favorite Indian restaurant at least 6 times a month. I will try some of your recipes, to see if I can make it at home. I am now following your blog… πŸ™‚

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  9. Thanks for stopping by at WorldEclectic and liking my granola recipe! Your blog looks fab – can’t wait to browse through and try some recipes. Your header images are sweet – I’m in love with the sumo wrestlers on top of the pie lol

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  10. Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my posts. Seems we certainly have one thing in common. A LOVE of good, yummy food πŸ™‚ Looking forward to seeing and trying your recipes πŸ™‚

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