#Foodventures – Experiments With Food

22 Responses

  1. NJ says:

    Wow parul thanks for introducing us to this food venture site 🙂 It’s really awesome 🙂 And keep bringing your food experiments over here 🙂

  2. The foodie I am, I love experimenting with food and trying local cuisines whenever I visit a new city or country. Vodka pani-puri is widely available in Mumbai. Its yummy.

  3. dNambiar says:

    That sounds like fun. I love doing experiments in the kitchen, every now and then although cooking is not what I love the most. But wait — did you say Vodka- puri? So damn cool, that sounds. I’m getting ideas now. 😉

  4. Alok Singhal says:

    This must be awesome to do, and learn something new too. Good luck with the new hat ☺️

  5. nabanita says:

    Oh God! You know what Parul? I love , love and love to eat good food but I hate cooking…So, while I can experiment with eating different kinds of food, cooking is really more a compulsion than a pleasure.. Unless of course there are those off days 😀

  6. Aseem says:

    Ok now this post reminds me that I need to cook lunch immediately. It’s about time ;). Vodka puri – Whoa! Now that sounds interesting :P.

  7. Shilpa Garg says:

    Food adventures…. well, that’s middle name of my hubby. He loves experimenting with food in kitchen and his experiments are mostly amazing and awesome. Once he added egg yolk in rice kheer!! What’s those in the plate… the round tikkis, I mean!?

  8. definitely sounds like something worth trying out for… especially with the infinite varieties and permutations & combinations of Indian dishes, ranging from every corner of the country. Surely we should be able to make something unique, right 🙂

  9. rajlakshmi says:

    I have never tried vodka-pure … it sounds so fun and awesome… probably I could try some wine puri 😛 I love food and keep experimenting with different cuisines… specially the recipes for a lazy dinner. Indian food is quite popular here, people love most of the indian chicken dishes.
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  10. Geets says:

    All those names you’ve mentioned, looks like I’m feeling hungry. I am fond of eating, mind you, only eating! But my husband, he loves cooking.. and when he’s in the kitchen, I am his assistant, and it’s always so much fun that ways!

    Cheers

  11. Lata says:

    Parul, your love for food comes through here. Enjoyed reading because of that. Otherwise I am afraid I am one of those boring eat to live people:)

  12. Esha says:

    Very interesting! Would love to follow and see what all they come up with in the show! We love food…although I can’t call myself a foodie as I am quite picky about what I eat, but love to cook something special every once in a while (nothing elaborate though) 🙂

  13. Aditi says:

    My husband and I are foodies too. We love to try out new cuisines and most of our travel itineraries are planned around food 😉
    Not much of a cook though, our kitchen is an experimental lab and mostly what comes out is a decent dish.
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  14. SHILPA GUPTE says:

    Yum, vodka-filled pani puri! Loved this idea, and am going to try it! 🙂

  15. Vidya Sury says:

    Experimenting with food is fun. I grew up in a joint family where we had the privilege of an always busy kitchen and we had fun during the weekends dreaming up interesting recipes. What lovely days they were! All my uncles cooked and took over the kitchen on holidays. Now, as a diabetic, I am having even more fun trying to make my diet interesting. Vodka puri. Hmm 🙂 Thumbs up for you there!
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  16. Madhavi says:

    Ooo..yeah..certainly it is!!! And let me tell you Vodka puri idea sounds vowwww!!!

  17. My husband and I are foodies too. I love to try out new dishes mostly after I’ve tasted them someplace else or thought them up in my head. Not much of a recipe follower – just get the general idea and make it up as I go. But I like things to be simple – easy to get ingredients and easy process.
    PS: I’m so curious about what’s in those plates.

  18. I am always excited to try something different, but at the same time I am quite finicky about whether I’ll like it or not.

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