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CNN -Travel: Beautiful desserts of India (photos)

BBC - Future: The truth about family estrangement

Forbes: Honoring Family Traditions By Learning To Cook From Real Yiayias

The Epoch Times: What We Can Learn From Our Parents and Grandparents in the Kitchen

Food52: Congee: A Comforting Rice Porridge With Many Faces, Many Names

Rewire: When Your Parents Don't Like the Person You're Marrying

Pretty Progressive: The 6 Most Feminist-Friendly Fiction Books

Fupping: Best Biography: Ten Thousand Tongues by Nandita Godbole

Fupping: Best Notebooks For Writers | How To Utilise a Writers Notebook

The Takeout: The fried paneer sandwich has become a cult fast-food hit.

Taste Cooking: The Case for Unripe Mangoes

Women Fitness: 7 Exotic Recipes To Feast On This Holiday Season

Livemint: The bittersweet story of Indian berries


Broadly: Read Between the Racism: The Serious Lack of Diversity in Book Publishing


Atlanta Business Chronicle: Super-commuters soar despite heroic schedules

Little India Magazine: Vegetarianism & Traditional Cooking: A Fad?


Publishers Weekly: The Indie Authors Guide to Organizing Author Events, Alex Palmer


Creators Syndicate: Family Favorites, Kristen Castillo Unwritten Memoirs: 23 memoirs that haven’t been written (and totally should be), Ben Kassoy.

Build Book Buzz: 28 book marketing tips from authors, publicists, and marketers

And others including but not limited to The Asian Age, Taste, Bon Appetit etc.


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HealthLine | Self-care in a Cup Of Tea

Thrillist | On Tea Merchants

Anti Racism Daily| Stand Against Hate Crimes

Thrillist |How to Make Khitchdi

Epicurious| Thanksgiving Tradition - Date Ladoos


Brown Girl Magazine| Becoming Desi Gothic

Thrillist| Best Indian Spices To Buy

Epicurious| How to Make Quick Achaars

POPSUGAR Entertainment| Netflix's Indian Matchmaking Is Problematic

StyleCaster‘Taste The Nation’ Hulu Review: Why to Watch It Before 2020 Election

POPSUGAR EntertainmentWhy Beecham House Is Important For Representation

Khabar |  Remembrance: The Legacy of Two Chefs

ThrillistHow to Make Indian Pickles at Home: Recipes for Making Aachar Yourself

Thrillist Best Herbal Teas for Anxiety: Calming Teas that Help Ease Stress 

Plate|There's More To Indian Breads Than Naan

HuffPostMy Family Is Hindu But We Celebrate Christmas. Here's Why.

Airbnb Magazine This Diwali, Get to Know Rangoli – Medium

Thrillist: Indian Sweets For Diwali 2019: What to Buy at Indian Sweet Shops

Brown Girl Magazine: Opinion Piece: What’s In a Name, Of An Indian dish?

The Epoch Times: Beyond Naan: A Peek Into the World of Roti and Other Indian Breads

The New Southern Fugitives: What Does It Mean to Be South Asian in the New American South?

Wine4Food (*)


Khabar Magazine (*)

Huffington Post (*)

Huffington Post- India (*)

Medium (*)

Brown Girl MagazineLies My Papa Told Me

The Banglore Review: My Tiered Tiffin Box 

HelloGiggles: How a package of sarees from my mother in India brings me home

Wear Your Voices Magazine: The ‘Isms’ of an Immigrants’ Diwali

Planetizen  (*)

And others

Event Review

Khabar: Five celebrated chefs team up for a charity dinner

Khabar: Hanukkah Celebrations at the Consulate General of India in Atlanta

Khabar: The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival Features Shalom Bollywood

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Nandita Godbole
Once: botanist & landscape architect.
Now: personal chef, author, an artist, graphic designer, blogger, poet & potter!
Always: dreamer.

Loves fresh brewed chai, the crisp salty ocean breeze, watching monsoon rains & walking barefoot through cold mountain streams. 
Believes in the strength, positivity of the human spirit. Is spiritual but not a fanatic. 
Mom of one. Two, if she counts her husband.

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