Cooking Classes In Mumbai : A Great Boon To Bachelors!

Hello dear pals, this is Anay Bhide a mechanical engineer by profession. My mechanics of life is, just work very hard at your work and then when things get very monotonous, indulge in breaks which refresh you and give you a fresh perspective of life.

Mumbai Landmarks

Mumbai Landmarks | Image Resource : wonderfulmumbai.com

Of late I have been realizing how experimenting with food is helpful to all of us. Especially for bachelors and single people, who have to keep eating out, as they cannot cook. However I found that enrolling in some kind of cookery courses would be helpful. Hence cooking classes in Mumbai was the best idea as I knew it would be extremely helpful to all, so that one can learn to fend for oneself. And the variety of foods, taught in these classes in really good.

Cooking Classes In Mumbai

Cooking Classes In Mumbai | Image Resource : kitchencraftcookingschool.com

Variety of Foods

Variety of Foods | Image Resource : kernetics.com

Cooking Classes in Mumbai : Simply Mind-Boggling

The love for food is something which is international. So I think the best thing to do is to learn some kind of cooking which will provide great moments for one. I started my research for cooking classes in Mumbai and came away with the best results and a feeling of satisfaction. I found that Aditya’s Cooking classes are functioning since 2003.Their secret is making every ingredient special so that the flavors of the food are enhanced. Right from Biryani, to starters to ice-creams and sandwiches, their rates range from 10,000 to 1000.Real money’s worth I would say.

Aditya’s Cooking Classes In Mumbai

Aditya’s Cooking Classes In Mumbai | Image Resource : wonderfulmumbai.com

Then I discovered the delectable cookery class, Mrs.Arora’s cooking classes which started since 1994, famous as she has been interviewed even by All India Radio, newspapers and magazines. The daily classes from 2 to 5.30 cover everything of cooking, in simple easy steps. Plus the weekend classes are an added advantage.

Italian Food

Italian Food | Image Resource :frankiesonroswell.com

 

Authentic Mexican Food

Authentic Mexican Food | Image Resource : puebloviejogrill.com

Indian Food

Indian Food | Image Resource : blog.bedandchai.com

Taste Enhancing Cooking Classes In Mumbai : Ever Popular

By chance I also happened to discover Tasty Secret Cooking Classes, which cover Italian, Mexican, Indian, desserts and so much more. The latest I found is the course cum workshop they have for children. I was so glad to hear this, as I felt if one learns to cook since childhood, what a delightful talent one can pick up, to feed oneself!

Wish You Happy New Year From The Bottom Of My Heart

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Many people wait to use the New Year as a reason to give up their old habits but I feel that all one needs is the encouragement and the will to do it. The New Year resolution is more a state of mind than a time in the year where one has to give up the bad habits and start afresh.

Inspirational Travel Thought of The Week : Hikaire Belloc

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Image Resource : washingtonpost.com

This quote by Hikaire Belloc strikes a chord with me because it was not until I started travelling that I understood how relieving the entire experience can be. It has been really fulfilling to taste different food from different areas of the world and to admire how different nature can be in other areas of the world.

Grand Palace Bangkok – Depicting Rich Art and Culture

I was up early in the morning and looked fresh; the previous day, we had a great time visiting two popular places in Bangkok and at night we went out to try some Chinese and Thai traditional dishes, which was mostly with fish. The food was sumptuous and contained a lot of herbs. Over the years, I have developed the habit of tasting international foods and cuisines that I come across. The restaurants in Bangkok offer a range of dishes for one to explore and experience.

I woke up from my thoughts when my friends walked to the balcony explaining the day’s itinerary. We had to visit the Grand Palace of Bangkok in the morning. Since the opening hours were scheduled between 8.30 am and 3.30 pm, we had to hurry up. The Grand Palace is located on the Na Phra Lan Road in the Old City and we had to hire a cab to reach the place.

Amazing VIew of Grand Palace

Amazing VIew of Grand Palace | Image Resource : gojourny.com

Frankly speaking, the dazzling palace was a treat to the eyes that they looked marvelous in the sun. I have learned about this palace on the Internet and it said this building has long history of 150 years when it was built by Thai King in 1782. We had to buy tickets costing 500 baht per person to gain entry to the palace.

Walking through the entrance, we had a good view of the palace complex filled with magnificent buildings, including a temple called Wat Phra Kaew. Near the entrance, there is an outer court, which has many building that looked like government offices such as treasury and civil administration.

Grand Palace Bangkok

Grand Palace Bangkok | Image Resource : wikimedia.org

The central court comprises of many structures depicting the homes of the King and many halls, where the business affairs were held. The inner court, on the other hand, features a miniature city, where the King’s family lived. The architecture of most of the buildings is styled on the European architecture. Nevertheless, they looked spectacular; we were also intrigued by the Boromabiman Hall and Amarinda Hall, which are considered to be the home of King Rama I and the Hall of Justice respectively.

Awesome Design wall in Grand Palace Bangkok

Awesome Design wall in Grand Palace Bangkok | Image Resource : rahlat.com

Finally, we also visited the Royal Reception Halls, which was intricately designed in those days. They are used today for many ceremonial functions. Next, we moved on to visit the Wat Phra Kaew at the corner of the palace complex.

Old Phuket Town – The Town of Century Old Metals

The safari gave us a thrilling experience; it was very exciting to see the animals very near which is not possible in an urban life. It was our last day in Bangkok; we packed our backpacks and set out to see the old phuket town. Being a mechanical engineer the Old Phuket town attracted me a lot as it was famous for its metal a century back.

Phuket International Airport

Phuket International Airport | Image Resource : whatsoninphuket.com

Our plan was to take flight to the Phuket. We booked out flight ticket to Phuket International Airport on Thai airways. Our flight was at 7.45 am and reached the Phuket town at 9.10 am.

Thai Airways

Thai Airways | Image Resource : wikimedia.org

We reached the Phuket International Airport on time after traveling for 2 hours 12 minutes. Thai airways offered a convenient journey to us.   Unlike other Thai capitals this town is very old and dull looking. This is a historic place where we found plenty of temples and shrines. Other than this we came across several tiny shops, quaint cafes, public and private museums and so on.

We walked through the old Phuket city on the Thalang, Dibuk and Krabi roads where we explored the wonderful architecture of the century old buildings. The town was built on the prosperity gained on the metal boom of Phuket in the last century. Once metal was a very costly commodity and barons of metals were taken to all parts of the world.

Old Phuket Town

Old Phuket Town | Image Resource : asianitinerary.com

We could see the century old Phuket’s barons and houses here. Two types of building are seen here shop-house (Sino-Portuguese style) and the big mansion (Sino-Colonial style).The shop houses were the combed place where people live and do business.

Old World Attraction Phuket Town

Old World Attraction Phuket Town | Image Resource : thebeachfrontclub.com

We also visited the Phuket Province Hall which was built in the first part of 20th century. It houses the offices of Provincial Governor.  The Phuket Museum was another must see place in this old city.  This 80-year old museum is located at the Montri Road. Though not well maintained it looked gregarious.

We walked through all places and it gave us unique experience. There was no time to explore this town further hence we left the town. It was time for us to wind up our trip and come back to our daily routine.

Yummy Dish Of The of Week : Tom Yum Goong ( Spicy Shrimp Soup )

Tom Yum Goong

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Description : Whenever I visit a new place, I like to taste the local food and capture the nature under my lenses. On one of my a trip to a new destination; I got the opportunity to treat my taste buds with spicy shrimp soup. This soup was like an out of the world kind of soup of which I still remember the taste and the aroma.

Yummy Dish Of The Bangkok : Tom Kha Kai ( Chicken In Coconut Soup)

Tom Kha Kai

Tom Kha Kai | Image Resource : thailandee.com

About Tom Kha Kai : Being a foodie food is something which I find absolutely irresistible. I always take a chance to experiment with food. This way I am able to eat a lot of different dishes. This soup is like an entire meal in a bowl. The lemon grass, ginger and lime give it a distinct taste. The yummiest combination is of chicken and mushrooms.