Journey from a Foodie to a Blogger

“Your diet is a bank account. Good food choices are good investments. “

There is a lot to write about food and it’s importance in your life. We all have our likes and prefered dishes which we die to eat and never leave a chance to have a taste of it when we comes across such dishes.
Same has been my story till date with food and how did that craze of tasting and eating various dishes turn out into a passion is still a mystery.

Let me start by telling you my short story when I was a little girl who when born didn’t really enjoy eating food or rather being stuff by my mother with the  “Ghar ka Khana” everyday when I came back home from school.

When I was 14 yrs old I didn’t really enjoying eating food,and to an extent that for me the only cuisine as an option for eating out was North Indian cuisine or Pav Bhaji it was only when I came to my college I realize there is another world of food which has alot of options to serve every possible taste buds in Mumbai.

Gradually by the time I was 16 yrs old and my birthday treat was at Pizza Hut (Juhu), somewhere back of my mind I started enjoying that pizza more than I had expected,and since then the foodie in me had taken birth. After that experience I had always been keen on trying new dishes on my canteen menu, be that from Dosa to Pav Vada to Frankie to Fresh Orange Soda opp my college. I use to always end up taking pictures and upload on my instagram account without knowing what magic till food clicking is gonna bring in my life.

In 2015, a revolution equivalent to 100 giant pizza’s came in my life, when my eye caught something completely unexpected, a very famous Facebook page featured my photograph of the famous ALOO BOMB @ Valkeshwar (Pic Attached below)  in the 10 Best Street Food of Mumbai article. It was only then when the cord struck me that why not start my own page and create a new Instagram account for same where I can showcase my love and passion for food, And hence MUMBAI PALATE was born on 1st June,2015.

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Mumbai palate has been to many places from street food to fine dine. I would be sharing all my experiences with you guys as and when I explore a new place, also I am an amature cook now days so if you would like me to post a few of my recipes or tell u in detail about to same then do let me know.

Hope you too will join me in this journey, till then Signing off from MUMBAI PALATE…:) ❤

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8 thoughts on “Journey from a Foodie to a Blogger

  1. Urusha , A great initiative. Somewhere along your journey to explore food joints and new exotic dishes, also probe into the history of the food item, how it evolved, we would like to know how a South I Indian dosa was re-born in it’s Chinese avatar. Why a particular food joint is famous than all others? is it only hype? the preparation, or the ambience of the place. Does eating bhel on chowpaty gives more joy than eating inside a Air-conditioned restaurant. Why Mumbai’s Vada Pav is best enjoyed on the road side, is it because it is served on the spot , within 1 min of coming out of the frying pan or something else. You can be a food analyst and a strategist to develop new models. Can our own Vada Pav become a global food craze like the Mac? Best of luck for your food exploration journey.

    Minal and Hemant

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  2. Good one Urusha😃🙌👌. Have seen u exploring lot of food joints n posting it on social networking sites n commenting on it giving ur opinion n true views which must have definitely helped lot of people. Keep ur this initiative will surely join ur this journey some day 😎😀

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