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    20 comments:

    1. hi divya ,

      can u give me u r maid -id , i am non-blogger , i would like to participate in this event .

      cheers
      meena

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      1. Hey Meena I have sent you a mail please do check it :) Thanks!!

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    2. I RECEIVED THANKS DIVYA

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      1. Fine Meean..Send me a mail when you can. :)

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    3. hi divya
      i would like to request crab puttu,which is my fav,tasted before 5yrs.i have searched but couldnt find any interesting one.

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      1. Sure dear, anything for you...Will post it soon :) I love it too!! Thanks for reminding me of a super delicacy.. Will update you once I post it :)

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    4. Hi im a non blogger. your jigarthanda recipe is amazing. I wanna try that. can u tell me, from where u got badam pisin? I searched it in all indian stores. what is the exact name and where can I get that? reply back ASAP pls.

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      1. Hi Aishwarya, can you please tell me your location so that I can guide you? Badam pisin or Almond gum are the widely known names!! In some places they also plainly call it gondh or Badam gondh... You can look for it in any nuts and spices shops..

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    5. Hey I need your help. Right now, as I have the batter ready right now. give me your mail address please. (non blogger here)

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      1. Hi please mail me here divya.pramil@gmail.com

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    6. Hi....divya....I am deepa suresh from singapore....I am also blogger or cooking recipes and uploading video recipes as well...I just came across your blog and read your testimonial ....you said that your are very much interested in taking classic photograghs of your recipes...So i just started to look at your many recipes and really amazed...your photography is really stunning...i am realy glad and jus learned from you how to take extraordinary pics...really gone grazy with your photos,the way you took wa fantastic...did you learn this from any where.....could you share those website url....keep rocking with your photographs...

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      1. Hi Deepa, Just noticed your comment. Sorry I have missed it so long. Thank you so much for such kind appreciations. I haven't taken any photography courses nor training, I just learnt it through all the ups and downs in my own clicking and blogging. Am so glad you like my amateur clicks :) Do mail me so that we could discuss things over the mail.

        Thanks!!

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    7. I just loved your blog Divya, especially the way you encourage your readers with word of God, I started a food blogging recently and I love to share word of God with my readers, do visit my blog @ http://foodieadamandcookieeve.wordpress.com/ ... It is hard to meet ppl like you :) Cheers gurl!

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    8. Hi Divya,
      i tried meatballs receipe it was good except meatballs were little hard like plastic. what can b the reason. Even i didn't cook much as u said.
      thanks in advance

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      1. Hey Gohal, Not sure what went wrong, only if you overcook the balls it will harden. And not sure what type of chicken you used, I used broiler.

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    9. Divya, I am a beginner. I have a doubt in baking. My new oven is taking only 2.30 minutes to preheat to 180 degrees. Do I need to preheat the oven before started to beat the eggs. Waiting for your reply
      Mary

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    10. Hello divya...
      really like u cooking different recipes...how did u join in media based cookery show..I'm highly interested..Please do let me know..

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    11. Hi Divya... All ur receipes are really gud. Especially ur photos make them more tempting. I would like to try red velvet cake at home. Can u please share the receipe if possible.

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      1. Hi thank you so much for the uplifting words :) will definitely share soon thanks!

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