June 11, 2014

The People Behind The Indian Food Bloggers Meet

Once upon a time, there were two girls who loved food and wrote about it. They had an idea, and they talked about it to two more of their food loving friends. Then one day, the four girls sat down and decided to make that idea work. 
Introducing to you the four food bloggers behind the Indian Food Bloggers Meet -

Aparna Balasubramanian a freelance photographer with a particular interest in food styling, food and interior photography. Her food photography reflects the belief that “less is more”. She has been writing a vegetarian food blog for over 7 years, and her recipes have been published in magazines and newspapers. Aparna also conducts food photography workshops.
When she isn’t busy with things involving family, blogging or writing about food or photographing it, you can find Aparna dividing her time between all the things she enjoys which include photographing whatever grabs her interest, or sitting in her favourite corner with a book and a steaming cup of tea if the weather demands it.
Aparna is based in Goa where she lives with her family which includes a food loving Cocker Spaniel aptly named Fudge!
Aparna blogs at My Diverse Kitchen. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.

Arundati Rao loves train rides and sunflower stretches. This psychology graduate has a postgraduate degree in International Business. She has had a decade long career as a corporate trainer. She is impatient with fussy, tedious multi step recipes. Her 7 year old food blog explores easy to put together food that tastes as good as it looks.
She writes a weekly recipe column for a newspaper and is a features writer with a popular Hyderabad magazine. Her weekend classes for cooking and baking are popular with both hobbyists and corporates. Their success has prompted her to open a first of its kind cooking studio. She is a true blue Hyderabadi and a lifelong dog slave.
Arundati blogs at Culinary Escapades. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. 

Nandita Iyer has been a foodblogger since 8 years and counting, with a focus on healthy vegetarian cooking. She writes for several magazines and newspapers as a columnist on food and nutrition.

She lives in Bangalore, is mum to a 5 year old boy and loves pottering around in her kitchen garden. She conducts cooking workshops in Bangalore and Chennai and has recently launched her own YouTube channel.
Nandita  blogs at Saffron Trail. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, You Tube and Instagram. 
Revati Upadhya is an independent writer, avid blogger, die-hard lover of everything food, amateur photographer and self-taught artist all wrapped in one. She is the voice behind the words, pictures and music on Haathi Time, a personal blog, and all the food adventures on Hungry and Excited, a food blog that recently turned into a cake shop.

Previously an unflinching Bangalorean, she has turned into a staunch Goan.
Revati blogs at Hungry and Excited as well as at Haathi Time. You can aslo find her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.