Monday, January 14, 2008

There is something called the Bihari cuisine too

Hi everyone who has landed here,

I start this blog with the sole purpose of making foodies aware that there exists a cuisine called the Bihari cuisine, which, unfortunately, has not been made popular but deserves to be tasted and appreciated.

In this blog, I will not preach about the Bihari culture or the cuisine. I will not post recipes randomly. What I intend to do is to eat or cook a Bihari specialty and write about it here. With pictures! So you will have honestly written posts on Bihari food. Does it sound interesting? If you do want me to continue with this blog, drop in a comment. If I do not receive a 'yes' from half of the people I will be sending this link to, I will close this blog. Guess that's what happens to the idea of opening a Bihari resturant in any place in the world.

P.S. I guess I will also mention a deadline lest people don't take it seriously!

20 comments:

megha said...

cant wait for this!!!! i too had enthusiastically started my blog pavbhajicalling.blogspot.com but havent yet added anything to it. may be u can inspire me!

craftsman said...
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craftsman said...

Plz do!!
Wondering if there would be any seafood entries..!

-Shetty

Anuradha Sinha said...

Thanks, Megs. Willpost in write-ups, asap.

Craftsman, unfortunately, no sea surrounded Bihar and hence no seafood recipes originated from there. But, don't worry, I can create a Bihari version of seafood in the land of the rising sun. Thanks for the great idea!

Priya said...

Hi, Yes sure, please go ahead and write a blog on Bihari cuisine. I will read it. All the best :)

Anuradha Sinha said...

Thanks, Priya!

Divya said...

Eagerly waiting for the first recipe ;-) All the best!!!

Apoorvi said...

put in the recipes fast anu.....i want to try and make some....get down to writing this as soon as possible

Anuradha Sinha said...

Aye, aye, ladies, I will. Just waiting for more votes to pour in.

KP said...

yaay . am already hungry :)

Harmeet said...

Yes...get to work soon! I would like to explore Bihari cuisine beyond Litti-Chokha, which I quite liked.

Absa said...

This sounds interesting. Would love to explore Bihari cuisine...my experiences have been limited to litti chokkha and sattu ke parathe.Would love to try more...

Anuradha Sinha said...

Hi KP, the food will be served shortly. :)

Absa and Harmeet, trust me you are two of the very few people who have tried anything Bihari. It's difficult getting sattu in Bangalore; it seems impossible to get it in Japan. So, as of now, you will get the recipes that do not involve sattu. In fact, you will get the recipes that I can manage with the ingredients available in Japan. Wish me luck!

Ankur Krishna said...

Wish u all the best. DO try the mouth watering Padekas and thekua soon and let us know. God should i read this before my lunch. BTW thanks fr finding use of my camera in clicking photos of FOOD !!!

urvisins said...

Anuradha, Im really happy to see your blog...I wonder why every cookbook and cookery show leaves out bihari food. Kee up the good work!!!

Anuradha Sinha said...

Thanks Urvisins! :)

Anis Hoda said...

I might be a little late but this is a great blog. I now live in US and was looking for bihari recipes for this weekend, and landed here.

Thanks! BTW are you anuradha sinha from notre dame?

Kathleen said...

I'm late too but like Anis (also late!!) very interested in Bihari cuisine. I hope you revive the blog.

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