Bring out the Photographer in You:
Contribute to Moremilaga’s ‘Share a Picture’ campaign.
Take out your Mobile Phones, tablets and click, click, click….
Share pics of your delicious Vegetarian Preparations ( Paruppu Usili, Sakkarai Pongal, Paneer Butter Masala, just anything) with us.
Mail the snaps to email@example.com
With your due permission we shall use it for representational purpose for the Daily Menu.
Every pic is a winner and we promise to share a collage every week with due acknowledgement to the contributors
If you are unable to share a picture, at least share this post 🙂
Yeah, we know…
Share a Food Pic with Moremilaga @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Kindness doesn’t cost a thing 🙂
Back then when mom used to work, cooking happened between waking us up, homework, making us eat breakfast, packing our bags, and a million other things.
Umpteen times the potato curry tasted burnt, the sambar lacked salt and the rasam too sour.
Was too embarrassed to share my food with others at school, I confess.
Years passed, I moved. The potato became mashed, changed into wedges or sometimes into fries, Kara curry or Podimass.
The other day I walked into this Mess with my friends and they served Sambar rice with potato curry. Others found the potato to be burnt. But then, I found mom.
Umm, I like it. Let me eat some more of it.
BTW, why do I get reminded of my 9th standard summer holidays spent playing ‘bet matches’ when I eat a particular variety of Manga?
My friends feel it’s too sour. They tell me, after all a Manga is a Manga is a Manga. (Apologies Shakespeare)
Is food about taste or emotions? I wonder
Share recipes, your thoughts on food or anything in between @ Moremilaga