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Rahin S.
By. B. Shrestha [December 2009]

Rahin S. is homemaker who is behind the blog Lazzat...  She is currently living in Boston, MA, with my caring husband and a loving son. Apart from cooking, she enjoys traveling, exploring new places, cultures, cuisines. She is also interested in photography, calligraphy, and sports.




Question & Answers

[Food-india] What's your cooking philosophy?
[Rahin]Hmm... let’s see... have fun while you cook, enjoy your time in the kitchen and it reflects in your food.

No one should be intimidated by cooking, after all everyone makes mistakes, even great chefs have bad days, so just remember there is always a next time :)

[Food-india] How did you get started blogging about Indian food?
[Rahin] I started blogging just to share my recipes with family and friends.

[Food-india] What do you hope people get out of your blog posts? 
[Rahin] I hope they come across new and interesting recipes and find them easy to cook. I use a very casual style of writing for this precise reason.

[Food-india] How did you learn cooking?
[Rahin] Well, I am an Indian and grew up eating Indian food.


I learnt cooking only after I got married. My mom has been a friend and guide and even today if I need any information or recipe or need to fix a recipe, she is the one I call.

[Food-india] Who are some of your favorite food blogs and websites?
[Rahin] I am amazed by the quality of work and commitment most of the bloggers have and am hoping to achieve the same. To name only a few favorites in Indian food category would be very difficult but I do visit Yasmeen of Healthnut (she is aware of her ingredients and makes healthy choices) Asha of Foodies Hope (lots of delicious recipes) Mona of Zaiqa (lot of her recipes remind me of home) Sri Lekha of Me and My Kitchen (has a very sweet style of writing) and Sailu of Sailus Food regularly.

[Food-india] What is your favorite Indian meal?
[Rahin] My favorite meal would be mom made Biryani or dal chawal with lots of ghee (clarified butter). As most of my friends like the biryani I cook, I often make it at parties. I love to eat Bhakri / Jowar roti but can never make it like the authentic ones. I also love the Indo Chinese foods but am not always sure they will turn out good while cooking.

[Food-india] What are other type foods you like?
[Rahin] I love chaats and street food. I love the Mediterranean, Chinese, Italian, Mexican, French cuisines as well.

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