About me…

Hi, thanks for stopping by, my name is Nithya, an active food blogger. I will aim to keep my instructions simple and a lot easier to remember. “DIVINE SPICE ” is my attempt to channelise my cooking experiments ๐Ÿ˜‰

A bit more about me – I was born and brought up in TamilNadu, a Southern state in India. I have been living in the UK for two years now. I am a self taught cook who believes in “eating good food makes you feel better”.

Coming back to my kitchen adventures, I never fancied cooking with fresh pounded spices until I realised the health benefits of spices and herbs. Thanks to the ever growing Internet knowledge base, I’m now after the hidden secrets behind every spice widely used in cooking, particulary Indian recipies.

This blog is my sincere attempt to bring together various styles of cooking across India which I believe have highly significant health benefits. So with the spices, why not try and incorporate them into the recipies you like the most and create a magic in the kitchen? I hope my blog can help you with some heathy and fusion recipie inspiration.

Please feel free to leave your comments and suggestions and I strongly believe your feedback will shape me into a better cook.

52 thoughts on “About me…

  1. Shiva Malekopmath says:

    Nithya!
    This is one more Blog which makes my mouth water.
    Actually I went round your blog posts and liked them but could not find a comment box. Have you deliberately removed it, if so its ok.
    The words Divine and Dine attracted my attention to your blog.
    Thanks
    Shiva

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    • divinespice says:

      Shiva,

      Firstly thanks for taking time to visit my blog and comment. I haven’t disabled comment box as you could see other comments here, maybe it’s something to do with your WordPress account? Feedback is the only way I can keep improving โ˜บ have a great day!

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  2. BE MY GENII says:

    Hi Nithya,

    All the recepie’s posted look so yummy just like they tasted when you made them for us.Looking forward to many more.The Website by itself along with the pictures makes my mouth water…Great going!!! All the best.
    Priya

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  3. Soul Gifts says:

    Nithya – divine spice! Gorgeous names. Both of them. Looking forward to browsing what you have on offer. Indian is one of my favourite foods. Thanks for the follow – appreciate it. May you be divinely inspired in 2017 !

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  4. Wiz says:

    As someone who’s also originally from Tamilnadu and will be going to grad school soon, your blog is going to be pretty helpful. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. Sev says:

    Hi Nithya, thanks for the follow!
    My husband is from Tamil Nadu so I might surprise him one of these days with a nice treat that reminds him of home ๐Ÿ™‚
    All the best xx

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    • divinespice says:

      Hi, Thanks for stopping by and leaving your lovely comment! It’s my pleasure to connect with you too ๐Ÿ˜Š And the caption “USA through Our Eyes” is very catchy ๐Ÿ‘. Looking forward to reading more of your blog!!

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      • usathroughoureyes says:

        So happy to hear this. Yes, we were amazed when we decided to try this thing called blogging and were thinking of different names and discovered this domain was available. We purchased it and were off and running. It is so great to meet people from all over the world and learn through them and their experiences.

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