Feel free to contact me with any questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Look forward to hearing from you!
yummmmy… Do u also give cooking classes too.. Ur food and pics are always amazing to eat and look at …… Wishing you the best of luck …
Thanks Hajira, for the kind words! Hope you enjoy reading the posts! Come on over and I’ll show you how to make whatever you want 🙂 .
Simply loving it!!!
Thanks Nuzi!!!! Hope you come back to the site often 🙂
i visit everyday!! bahahah i obsesesd with u
haha…it’s cuz you’re my cousin!
Love your website, Nadia. Keep it up and add more recipes, pleeaaaaaaaaaaaase!
Thanks, so much. It makes me really glad to get such positive feedback! I will update daily (*fingers crossed*)! Keep checking back 🙂
I absolutely love your website! I’m definitely passing this around to my friends !
P.S…Can we be foodies for life? ❤
Yay! I’m so glad you like it! I hope your friends like it as well! Yes, of course foodies for life! 😀
Hey, Nadia. Congratulations!What a wonderful idea to have your own website/blog. Am thrilled,as I have just started to cook and have been browsing recipe websites for simple,easy to cook meals. As you know, I can’t be standing up for too long in the kitchen. So, how about a couple of recipes particularly for someone who cannot have any dried fruits/nuts and fresh vegetables? I can have anything that’s cooked, and well-cooked at that. No pressure,though:-D
Thanks so much Laila! I will think of some recipes for you! Hope all is well with you! Been praying for you and everything will be fine inshallah! Love, Nadia
Love your Website:) I am visiting it everyday and getting inspired to try all your recipes.
Good luck and keep it up:)
Im craving some wicked spicy buffalo wings and they just dont do em justice in london please can you put up a recipe or even better send me a ready made sauce that i can just pour over wings and cook in case im feeling lazy lol
you’re lucky ebay’s mom gave me a ton chicken wings when she went back to dubai. made them once–asian sesame sticky wings for guests but will make buff wings for youuuuu!!!!
i have a list of requests…should write them all down!
Hi Nadia, I went to high school with your sister and found the link to this blog on her facebook page. It’s amazing! I just started living on my own and learning to cook for myself this year. I love making recipes and the ones on your blog are so inspiring! I’m dying to try the ricotta pizza. The pictures are gorgeous too- do you take them all yourself?
Hi Rebecca, Thanks so much for your kind words! I’ve always liked to eat but have gotten more into cooking since I’ve gotten married. Living on your own kind of forces you to start cooking. Plus, cooking at home is so much healthier and economical! I do take all the pictures myself. I am glad you like them because I think they need a lot of improvement ;). Keep checking back and don’t hesitate to ask me any questions!
I recently discovered your blog, you have the most amazing dishes on here. And the care you spend on the details and photographs is just incredible. I searched a lot for a good desi food blog/site and now finally found yours. I’m from Pakistan as well. from Lahore the city of deliciously food. No residing in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
One question, have you attended any culinary school or are you self-taught ? I really liked your “Summer Pearl Couscous” recipe haven’t tried it yet, but I soon will.
Anyways Nadia, thanks for doing this, you’re doing a wonderful job.
What a delightful blog! Your recipes are fabulous looking, and your photographs are beautiful, making me so hungry. Ah, the lucky people among your family and friends who get to help you stay thin!
Thank you for sharing, I’ll forward to visiting and trying to make some of these dishes, myself (I have a feeling it won’t come out the same, though) ..
If you open a restaurant, we will hope to visit!
Thanks so much, I’m sure if you tried the recipes they would turn out fab!
Can u pls post the mushroom fennel soup recipe….sounds super yummy!
This is the first time I’ve seen your blog and I love it! Onetribegourmet is a dear friend of mine (I’ve done 2 guest recipes on her site) and she recommended I check yours out.
I thoroughly enjoyed your lobster ravioli blog especially because I went to undergrad in Rhode Island and I loved every minute of it. It was so great to read about the seafood culture and the places that served such great food, not just on Federal Hill.
I don’t follow many more blogs but look forward to reading more on yours!
O my God….my mouth is still open with awe and admiration ! ur pics are too good , I ve yet to read a recipe ! I am going over pics like crazy…u ve put in so much hard work there . U must be very artistic by nature . Awsme blog !
Could you please add my channel into your blog. I have very good recipe for Dahi Bara’s .Please watch it too on http://www.youtube.com/user/abid434
I read on the Jihad Food blog where you commented that you went to a Yemeni restaurant in Montreal before. Can you tell me the name of that restaurant or the address? I am looking to eat some Yemeni food here.
Love your site! Definitely will be testing out some recipes soon. I also love the pictures! What camera are you using??? Its gorg!
Wow! totally a fan already! Now I know where to come to when I will have some time out of the busy hospital schedule!
holy crap lady! you’re AMAZING. you’ve given me more ideas that are fresh, quick, easy in 15 seconds of scanning just the first page than i ever have browsing the web, magazines and people. WOW. just WOW.
You are amazing, keep up the amazing work.
Dear, Ur recipes are too good I just want to know seekh kabab recipe and in kg how many kabab can be made .tcz
Thanks! I used 1/2 kg – probably 6-8 kebabs can be made.
I made your marscapone raspberry charlotte for my French employer and her family (her parents were visiting from France) and the absolutely loved it! They are not into sweet desserts or anything “heavy” and were impressed at how fresh and light it was. Thank you for posting this recipe 🙂
could you please do a tutorial on how to make roti/phulke? i’m a fan of your cooking! and would love to learn how to make roti from yourself. Thank-you!
I know your sister Noreen through a cousin of mine in Dubai. I love the food pics both you sisters post on instagram and they are simply a tease.
I recently saw a post for your mothers famous ‘daal’. Could i get a recipe for it please :)?
Keep up the amazing cooking!😬
emailing you the recipe 🙂
Nadia, I would love a copy of that daal recipe as well!
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