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A happy 2012 to you and a recap of the most successful OneLifeToEat posts

January 2, 2012
An authentic Indian 'thaali' - from OneLifeToEat's most popular post in 2011

An authentic Indian 'thaali' - from OneLifeToEat's most popular post in 2011

Happy happy new year to you! What a year 2011 was… I started my second graduate program here in Minneapolis, made more friends in one year than I did in the two years before that, learned a whole ton about myself, and of course, tried many more types of food and cuisines!

A big part of 2011 was doing things a little differently here on OneLifeToEat. In the midst of being busy with a graduate program, I slowly but surely started trying to take better pictures of the blog. A few even made the cut on TasteSpotting! Although that is something I wasn’t hoping for, it felt fantastic when I got the approval email. I also added a new header to the blog, and redid the layout to make it look cleaner, and more easy to navigate.

Cardamom pods

Cardamom pods

I leave you with links to the top 5 most-viewed posts last year. It was my goal through this blog to simplify and demystify Indian cooking, and the top posts show that visitors come to my blog to learn about the basics of this exciting cuisine. So, if 2012 is the year you want to learn how to make Indian food, look no further! Here’s to more food, more photography, more blogging and more fun in the kitchen!

Top 5 OneLifeToEat posts in 2011

1 How to Plan an Indian Meal

2 Potato Parsley and Birista Frittata

3 Masoor Dal – Brown and Orange lentils

4 A Taste of South India – Bisi Bele Bhaath

5 Indian cooking basics – Making the curry

2 Comments leave one →
  1. pattyabr permalink
    January 2, 2012 10:50 pm

    Happy New Year to more cooking adventures

  2. January 3, 2012 3:24 pm

    I love the cardamom pods picture! My all-time favourite spice!

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