A day late this time! My monthly letter to the readers of Saffrontrail.com. All that I did in May and plans for June!
The monthly letter from me to you – a short recap of March and the things you can look forward to on my blog in April and more!
Do read and stay in touch 🙂
Over a slice of rum-soaked fruitcake and steaming hot chai, I realise that 2013 was a reasonably productive year for me. But memory fails me the details and I don’t have a ‘dear diary’ to fall back on, so this is an attempt to capture all that I remember. The year started with a surprise birthday pa
While every year is filled with tons of memories, there are a few moments that you happily recall when the year comes to a close. These are what I think my top five of 2012 were One Started writing for BBC Good Food India Two Was lucky to be one of the few people selected to attend the artisan brea
Hello! I have a fun announcement to share today. In October, I was contacted by Small Screen (the same wonderful guys behind the insanely popular show Highway on My Plate) if I would like to co-host the Bangalore episode of Twist of Taste, now into its second season. This is a food show by Michelin
Off late, I receive at least half a dozen emails a week from PR companies or marketing teams, who have woken up to the blogging community as a cheap free and effective way of promoting their food product / beverage / restaurant. And 5 out of 6 get it wrong. At first, it would anger me. Now, it amuse
It was in March 2006 that I gingerly typed out the first few words of this food blog. I had no clue what this would turn into. I wasn’t even aware that what I was doing would be called ‘foodblogging’ – though it does seem to be the obvious term for it now
Thank you for responding to my appeal on my blog, FB page, Twitter and Facebook. Despite getting nominated with 2 days to spare, I made it into the final round of voting
October has been a record low on Saffron Trail and I wanted to break the jinx. Initially it was the internet. The MTNL broadband connection is still down, but I have kind of gotten used to the Reliance data card. If the see the positive, it means, I’m always connected to the net even in the outdoors. And I’ve got used to the slower speed
A bit of publicity never hurts
You will find it here