Friday, October 2, 2015

Recap - 26days of Buffet on Table

Life is getting very busy, recently i joined a part time job and i have less leisure time than before, somehow i dont want to keep myself away from Blogging. Have to say a big thanks to Srivalli, the brain child of blogging marathon. Personally without blogging marathon and the encouraging comments given by the co marathoners and bloggers am sure i cant feed my blog baby.Obviously am trying to cook or bake for my blog during weekends, however i dont bother to keep myself busy even during weekend.

If you are a reader or a follower of my blog, you might have noticed that am running a month of blogging for the whole month of september. We marathoners run a month of blogging twice a year that too during the month of April and September. This whole month blogging have specific theme and this time's theme was Buffet on Table. So we served different dishes with different theme for each week. We kick started the first week with Combo meals, the second week with Indian states, third week with Breakfast from countries, fourth week with Condiments and the fifth week with Blogger's choice. Seriously i started cooking for first week of this blogging marathon two months back and scheduled the first week immediately as i travelled to India. Yes long blogging marathon asks for some early planning, thank god everything went on prefectly and am so happy to finish the whole month blogging marathon without any hassle.Eventhough some of my posts are very easy, am happy with it, by the way not to forget few fellow bloggers for their tremendous breathtaking Thalis. Wish i could make thalis atleast for the next one. 

Since writing a Recap is a must after a month's blogging, here we go for this month's recap..

Combo Meals:

Condiments from Countries:

Breakfast from Countries:


Blogger's Choice: Chaat/Street Foods

Hope you all enjoyed virtually 26days of Buffet on table, dont forget to bookmark and start cooking.


MySpicyKitchen said... Reply To This Comment

We can't always do fact & complicated dishes for mega marathon. As long as the dish is new, I think simple dishes are also ok. Even u did some easy dishes. I enjoyed your buffet menu & was fun doing it with you.

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

Priya even though you started late, you have done such a wonderful job of creating delicious dishes..enjoyed your pictures a lot..

vaishali sabnani said... Reply To This Comment

All your posts have been really interesting...I might have skipped one or two...will come back again ...lovely recap.

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

such a lovely collection of different dishes from different parts of the world. The somali flatbread looks so similar to the chappati the locals prepare in Kenya.

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

Loved all your dishes in this marathon, I've bookmarked so many of yours :-) Awesome recap Priya.

Srividhya said... Reply To This Comment

Everything went perfect Priya. Kudos to you. Great recap

cookingwithsapana said... Reply To This Comment

Loved all your dishes Priya.Each one was unique and interesting.Nice recap.

Suma Gandlur said... Reply To This Comment

You rocked, Priya even without planning. Loved all your dishes and enjoyed running mthis marathon with you as usual.