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Culinary Expert, Writer & Consultant Ingredients| Cuisines| Food History| Stories| Culinary Experiences| Owner A Perfect Bite Consulting & @APBCookStudio

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Bingewatched the entire HouseMD seasons from the beginning over the last few weeks and now I have serious… https://t.co/HVkxOQlgZ9You cannot talk about grit. You have to embody it. Anganwadi worker Hemlata Sisa wades through Maliguda in monsoo… https://t.co/v3ZDxzifV9
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9/26
2020
@dibbi18 Thank you😁#NewProfilePic cos change is constant.... https://t.co/Q2GSekPo0W
9/25
2020
"We have gone beyond broad terms like Chinese food and are now familiar with Guangzhou dim sums and Hainanese rice,… https://t.co/TQqrAX08IF
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9/23
2020
Keep on doing the great job . Entrepreneurs like you are much needed in this ecosystem to support local microproduc… https://t.co/B9AftD2N8O
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9/19
2020
Oh Gosh! #Nayansukh for those of you that remember #oldtwitter https://t.co/ypn0sAcLkGIf you ate today, Thank a Farmer. https://t.co/iOJryZTA01
Retweeted by Rushina M Ghildiyal‘Emergence of the Foodpreneur’ – Powered by @CartiniIndia In the finale of this one-on-one Instagram LIVE series,… https://t.co/adfesIznQ2
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9/18
2020
Looking forward to this! https://t.co/j0EBwQi5BVI so agree! https://t.co/S3c4MLHd81This at 6:30 pm today over on the gram. Bring coffee, come. https://t.co/HGmnh4fUgi
Retweeted by Rushina M GhildiyalThe exploration of food during the last few months has led many to rediscover culinary traditions. Taking a cue fro… https://t.co/acLzd5Hs0u
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9/15
2020
All set! Get coffee and join us! https://t.co/uOwydICCLr
9/14
2020
Come join us for the conversation or just because where Gaurav is, fun, laughter and crazy are guaranteed! Cannot w… https://t.co/pOFqipOR7CBlock your calendars from 6.30 pm onwards from Monday . @VikhroliCucina is bringing on a series of conversations wi… https://t.co/QUMHR6vleA
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9/13
2020
SalviSoul in the LA Times today!! Thank you @piescarcega for writing this so thoughtfully and for your time. I hope… https://t.co/iUq9YPNrim
Retweeted by Rushina M GhildiyalThis Lockdown brought out the culinary explorer in most if us. Whether we cooked, baked fermented, or just particip… https://t.co/UUNOjfVJXP
9/12
2020
@KiranManral @Finelychopped Smile has not changed 🤗
9/11
2020
🥰🥰😍😍 https://t.co/5LUpaEdh9Z
9/10
2020
Would appreciate leads for good household #cooks in #bandra for a mid-morning job at our place. #mumbai
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9/9
2020
@WhiskyOpinions Oooh it does look killer!
9/7
2020
Lukashenko ordered all red and white (pro-democracy) Belarus flags removed from buildings. So the people are making… https://t.co/16Q4Rb5bya
Retweeted by Rushina M Ghildiyal @manishalakhe @shubhragupta In India its a summer thing I think. Years ago I made it with my sis in law when I was… https://t.co/5xZ5uRUuKAKaronda-mirch. Kabhi khaya? https://t.co/BAd76aOMx6
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Retweeted by Rushina M GhildiyalI get tired of “under 40” lists. Show me someone who got their PhD at 60 after losing everything. Give me the 70-ye… https://t.co/RLbpU3Zjmw
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9/6
2020
@lisafleisher @KitchenChemProf Thank you for sharing this lovely moment. @Finelychopped Yes! That's what S says. My family laughs that I almost never cook same thing twice. So these dishes… https://t.co/WHfHkhsVY6 @Finelychopped In our house I've cooked 3-4 things alot. My Moms Dudhi Tameta nu shaak, Dhansak, Tori &Mung dal, pe… https://t.co/SZ4HjD0oNK
9/5
2020
Too much turmeric, methi, vitamin D — Doctors fight new emergencies driven by Covid fear https://t.co/O1y3w5nhgk
Retweeted by Rushina M GhildiyalRead. And warning: do not eat rice while reading at risk of choking hazard! https://t.co/wXMUoXqzQ2
9/4
2020
Yesterday saw a patient for diabetes. He had yellow eyes but no symptoms of any liver disease. Bilirubin was normal… https://t.co/dhBYWa7CAy
Retweeted by Rushina M GhildiyalLong shot, but would anyone have leads on where I could learn more about Mahim in the 70s and 80s and about Goan Ca… https://t.co/spTXhnND19
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9/3
2020
@buzshilpi @CNTIndia True. True
9/2
2020
@flavornentrtain Wow! Mine was just a drawing. You made it real. And it looks so delicious!
9/1
2020
@sabsalamat @IIMAhmedabad @CCBPatIIMA Thank you so much 🙏. It was a wonderful discussion.Our live deliberation on the Food and Beverage industry and where’s it’s headed with @RushinaMG @matt_chithhttps://t.co/6PBcG3rBiU
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8/28
2020
@abhikini Bhej do! From your rasoda to my thali!
8/26
2020
@readingrsmind @TheVikasKhanna Thank you! @flavornentrtain Thank you. I did rather enjoy creating it 😁.
8/22
2020
#twitter remember my foodles? Well I was kind of inspired to take foodled notes in a workshop recently. And now I c… https://t.co/wjrIY4nWWs
8/21
2020
@manishalakhe @Soma_G Okonomiyaki. Please to make. Is delish!What will the F&B industry look like post this pandemic? How will migration and new behavior impact what people wan… https://t.co/taGyCn7Ss1
Retweeted by Rushina M Ghildiyal @vidya83 @WhiskyOpinions @Mahmud_writer I got to thinking about Hing. And the one thing that's all about hing is th… https://t.co/nQEf6Tr0rN @vidya83 @WhiskyOpinions @Mahmud_writer Lol. I can imagine its such a beautiful simple dish na. Although I have to… https://t.co/ZcipSOYTKh @WhiskyOpinions @Mahmud_writer @vidya83 In my opinion himg and dal or khichdi are a marriage made in heaven. Or an aloo saag with poori. @WhiskyOpinions @Mahmud_writer @vidya83 What sort of Hing do you have?
8/20
2020
For those in the food business. Do join in ! https://t.co/9alwI2CbNG
8/19
2020
Book bloggers on Insta, I appreciate your efforts to help my books get a wider audience. However, I don't have free… https://t.co/euKFS8rTc1
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8/17
2020
But at the end of yesterday my brain was bubbling up just like a robust fizzy ferment! Thank you @historywalihttps://t.co/vC1lyAXL0b @historywali My life is now about food mapping now. Dal map, Spice map, now ferments map. Who'd have thought! (Ma'a… https://t.co/K5qFBZ6J7n#DesiCultures by @historywali @kalapian_ & @sainajayapal. Featuring amazing erudite speakers & packed sessions. I'm… https://t.co/BvXz85QgDNYesterday was day 1 of Desi cultures A 3 day immersion into fermentation in India. And OMG what a wonderful day! 2… https://t.co/iusiQyxkpn
8/15
2020
July 30th, 2011. A rare moment when a Chef took the stage at @WhiteHouse I'd hosted lunch-dinner and my document… https://t.co/jUmCy63di7
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8/13
2020
@pranavvk Recipe is from Shriya. Will check with her.And on Friday Harshvardhan Tanwar co-founder of @NFPexplore a takes us on a walk through Lalbaugh’s Masala Galli o… https://t.co/ODdQPptyrkTomorrow @roxannebamboat takes us on a virtual tour of her favourite Irani establishments in Mumbai. https://t.co/1NA4sTbdBo#SpiceChronicleWithRMG is back! S02Week12 - Mumbai Darshan Here's thr delicious line-up this week! Today we explore… https://t.co/8NFN60RIuX
8/12
2020
The menu from the kitchen for this weekend. Its a Best of last 4 weeks with Fish Kochuri, Chicken Cafreal, Egg Kurm… https://t.co/2RYxOPR332
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8/11
2020
@WhiskyOpinions @KitchenChemProf @Raykris1 Already done! @KitchenChemProf @WhiskyOpinions @Raykris1 I must say Twitter has not been so riveting in ages. Thank you all! @KitchenChemProf @WhiskyOpinions @Raykris1 Well said. And we get to unravel it all one bite at a time! @WhiskyOpinions @Raykris1 Oh yes! @Raykris1 @WhiskyOpinions I am also going to dig deeper on this. Curious now. Will share findings of interest!. @WhiskyOpinions @KitchenChemProf @Raykris1 Exactly. @WhiskyOpinions @Raykris1 True. But is it more of an ingredient than a condiment? Served as part of the dish like a… https://t.co/3xv7jM9yt8 @KitchenChemProf @WhiskyOpinions @Raykris1 Exactly. @WhiskyOpinions @KitchenChemProf @Raykris1 Not necessarily. Tamarind chutney in North - called Saunth is a cooked v… https://t.co/TC0MQs30GX @KitchenChemProf @WhiskyOpinions @Raykris1 But put this in context to a cuisine and it might change ? French sauces… https://t.co/RyUgV3QrU6 @Raykris1 @WhiskyOpinions I am sure they exist. Just need to dig deeper. So much of Indian cuisine is undocumented. @WhiskyOpinions @Raykris1 I didn't say there was a difference. Just highlighting looking at it from different nomen… https://t.co/SPuW2FbW3M @Raykris1 @WhiskyOpinions In India we already had thin gravies, dals jhols, saags, rassa etc to eat with rice or se… https://t.co/K8eLLoaPiJ @Raykris1 @WhiskyOpinions I know. I thought of that as well. Twitter is limiting for discussions like this. So Asia… https://t.co/Ngz8so5QdL @Raykris1 @WhiskyOpinions Another example. We also have the Chindian Shezwan 'sauce' that started as a sauce but is… https://t.co/99ut1G0pf5 @WhiskyOpinions @Raykris1 All sauces belong to foreign cuisine or are a hybrid of trying to market to a chutney lov… https://t.co/impaSwEyGH @WhiskyOpinions @Raykris1 Yes of course. There are no rules written in stone with Indian cuisine. Its always evolvi… https://t.co/pBHZCB2EJR @Raykris1 @WhiskyOpinions Thank you. So glad. I often feel that we try to fit aspects of Indian cuisine into Wester… https://t.co/7AsjTnWkQi @WhiskyOpinions @Raykris1 Consider names alone I guess sauce as a term/concept only came with tomato sauce/ketchup?… https://t.co/KUzmn7wad6 @WhiskyOpinions @Raykris1 Maybe because we have a lot of gravies and liquid-y saucy dishes? Also if we look at sauc… https://t.co/TjCIE2lip1
8/9
2020
Map shows the literal English translation of the names of Indian states. Not sure if this makes me want to see the… https://t.co/jG3C8yINST
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8/6
2020
@KimiDangor Woh bhi hai. @KimiDangor Yeah. It's the weather I think. Also kids made maggi. And I am resisting temptation!! @anindya0909 Gosh that sounds sooo good!Requesting all to remain indoors. Mumbai is lashed with high velocity winds and extremely heavy rain as we all can… https://t.co/5jb39vSSqv
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8/5
2020
Such a heartwarming story -> Saroj didi's food delivery service in Bengaluru a hit https://t.co/d75mHM4KAq via @NewIndianXpress
8/3
2020
Betrayal soup to complete lunch from @riotofflavours all new home delivery kitchen! Shanti did her first pop-up thi… https://t.co/GrqNpL1xlG
8/2
2020
Archaeologists analysed dried remnants of 2000 year-old amphorae from Pompeii to reproduce garum, the nearly ubiqui… https://t.co/x6LpiloIbk
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7/31
2020
A perfect bite is one which has a little bit of everything from the meal. A concept that I really started paying at… https://t.co/Gtq6Uil2KV
Retweeted by Rushina M GhildiyalWOW! https://t.co/CB8Ckb05MK#7favouritecomfortfood 1. Hot & Sour soup 2. Maggi masala flavour 3. Dal rice 4. Dudhi tameta nu shaak 5. Turiya… https://t.co/wzB3kydBUQLooks and sounds so delicious! https://t.co/j02K8moVt2
7/30
2020
Lunch took us to the Mediterranean today. After several dal-rice meals kids were bored. Also was stocking up day so… https://t.co/lLhw8J4UHh
7/29
2020
Dal. The best dal I've ever made! . I've been really pushing to get my the second half of #SpiceChroniclesWithRMGhttps://t.co/jwMeMhoy5Y @avinash_maurya Doubt it. :) @avinash_maurya ASFAIK its now out of print.
7/28
2020
Reason 378903098754 I am besotted witb #ShekharTheBaker . Sourdough loaf made by him. Thanks for the starter archa… https://t.co/hDgLjp7oPS
7/26
2020

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