Saturday, 31 December 2011

Happy New Year 2012 !!



Have a wonderful New Year, dear friends!
Thank you for keeping me in your thoughts.
And for caring to drop by to leave warm words once in a while.

Love you all.
Take care and stay well.


18 comments:

  1. Happy New Year, Sharmila! Hope you have a wonderful year ahead

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  2. Wishing you a Very Happy New Year! Sharmila.

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  3. Have a great New year...May God remove all your worries.

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  4. Happy New Year to you too! Hope you have a great year ahead...
    Was thinking of you only yesterday...

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  5. Wish a great year headed happy festival,.:)

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  6. Dear Sharmila
    How are you? Just back home for 15 days and the very thought of going back to the desert is pretty depressing! I am just trying to catch up with missed blogs.
    I am going to make your awesome ghugni before I leave
    Bhalo theko

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  7. Happy New Year Sharmila. Hope the year is already not too old to wish you so! :)
    I have made a New Year resolution to be more frequent on my blog and I am hoping that something on the same lines might be on your mind too! :) Do keep posting Sharmila!

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  8. Hi Sharmila, A very happy New Year to you. I was trying to locate you....came to know that you are from my lovely Pune....I am looking for Bengali Sandesh press and some edible silver leaves...any ideas where these are available in Pune? My husband is there for a couple of days ...could get these for me:))

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  9. Thank you everybody! :-)

    That's great Arunima ... looking forward to your posts. :-)

    Preeti ... am not sure about the sandesh moulds but you can try the Bengali shop Babumoshai in Aundh. They might have the silver leaves too. Else you can try Dorabjee's in Camp. Hope this helps. Let me know if you need directions.

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  10. Hi Sharmila! I love your blog! You make cooking sound so effortless and easy. I dont like cooking at all. Everyday cooking and cooking everyday has never been my cup of tea. But after reading a few of ur posts I look forward to going home a trying out something or the other. My cook is most surprised when she sees a kharai or two in the sink in the morning!! I made hot and sour soup using ur recipe yesterday and hubby and I loved it! Neither my mom nor my mom-in-law could make me want to cook like ur blog did! Kudos :)

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  11. Thanks Kay! Warm words like these makes my blogging worthwhile. :-)

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  12. hey where have you been ? Waiting for some stories/posts from you. Everything OK ?

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    1. Thank you so much dear Somoo for dropping by and your concern. Am really touched. Yes all is fine. I am on a break so no posts. Am keeping in touch thru the blog and FB though. I promise to try my best to get back to posting asap. You take care. Hugs. :-)

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  13. I am glad to hear you are doing good. Posts can come when you are in the mood I guess.... Stay happy and healthy and I will come and check back on you at times...

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  14. Hi Sharmila - Just wanted to say hello - I often think about you - thanks to blogging that I feel connected in some manner with you even though we have never met - isn't it wonderful? :) You have a nice break - look fwd to see you resuming your wonderful posts. I had done the same for the past 2-3 years - am back t blogging (aka waiting for new posts and hearing from everyone!) - have a nice weekend!

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Thank you for sharing Kichu Khonn( a few moments ) with me in my kitchen!