Hello and Welcome to Motions and Emotions – Food Diary – an one stop blog for everyday recipes.
I am Amrita, a medical writer by profession and food blogger by passion. I love to experiment with food. My passion of writing and cooking has motivated me to create an accessible diary (Blog: Motions and Emotions) where I share my thoughts and culinary skills. Generally, I share easy and tasty recipes which can be tried by any one starting from novice to experienced, bachelor to married persons. As a result,
In this blog, I also share my thoughts about life, day-to-day incidents, some childhood memories, traveling experiences, product reviews and many more. Hence, my blog is named as Motions and Emotions.
As time passes by (Motion or velocity), it fades the old memories and brings new ray of hopes (Emotions) in your life. And among all these you have to keep on moving, matching the rhythm of the life. So cook healthy and eat well to fuel your system. Hope you all will like and enjoy this diary.
Growing up in a small town of Eastern India (we proudly call it as West Bengal), I was very much focused on my studies during childhood and always wanted to try different things in life. My parents gave me wings and I have been to various cities and states all over India (including Kolkata, Chennai, Goa) for my studies and work before settling down to Bangalore post-marriage.
I always stood next to my mother and interestingly, observed how she is cooking a storm in the kitchen. Me and my sister always helped her but never involved in active cooking. Little I did cooking during hostel days as I had a busy college schedule and studies. When I was in Goa, I literally craved for home cooked food and started doing minimal cooking.
Post-marriage active cooking started and my cooking skill improvement graph is upward since then. One fine day, during my postpartum period (2012) I just created this accessible diary. Since my baby became more active and my blog-baby became inactive for few months and slowly, I started drafting more recipes.
What will you find in my blog?
Though I love cooking but I do not prefer to spend longer time in the kitchen, hence I prefer smart cooking. On my blog, you will find plenty of:
- One Pot Meal Recipes
- Stuffed Paratha Recipes
- Sandwich Recipes
As I have been to various parts of India and I love trying easy & tasty regional recipes from different states of India according to my family’s taste bud. Predominantly, you will find many Bengali recipes which I have learned from my mother and grandmother.
I have a school going girl who is a foodie, so check my blog for interesting
- Kids Friendly Recipes
- Cakes & Bakes
- Lunchbox Recipes
Bengalis are fond of sweets, so find some yummy Indian sweets recipes too. We are non-vegetarian and fish is our first love. If you are a non-vegetarian too, do check varieties of fish or seafood, chicken, mutton and egg recipes in our non-vegetarian section.
My family loves trying various cuisines and slowly I am exploring world cuisine. Don’t forget to check that section. Furthermore, you will get other categories including drinks, snacks, festival recipes, and the list is endless. Keep visiting my blog and explore more!
I also work with various brands and my work include product reviews, brand promotion, social media post, brand campaigning, etc.
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