Ok guys finally after bludging all these days I get my act together and start the food blog. BTW all thanks to Ceedy, cos he was the one who suggested the idea to me of having a food blog in the first place. N secondly thanks to Anindita cos she actually suggested the name of the blog Ambrosia which means food of Gods. Beautiful meaning inne? By now most of you already know I am quite a foodie, foods one thing thats always on my mind. So I start this blog cos of my love for food. BTW I'd like to share that this food blogs a unique one cos there are various authors from different parts of the world coming from different cultures, so u will not only get an insight on food but also on the eating habits of different regions. Besides we also take orders for alcohol n food n dessert supply when our fellow bloggers r hosting a party on their blog. We specialise in preparing customized menus for such events. We also take requests for virtual meals if one wants to surprise their partner or their loved ones by actually preparing a virtual meal for em (cos may be you dont know to cook or r running short of time). We also take requests from ppl if they looking for a special recipe. If you have planned a party over the weekend and are confused about what menu should you have, pls feel free to drop in a line n Ambrosia team will be there to assist you. So guys hope to see you guys around and pls feel free to drop in comments and let us know how we can help you.
BTW to give u a gist of what Ambrosia is, in Indian style...below is a picture of Chappan bhog (chappan = 56 bhog = food offerings to Gods) at the ISCKON temple at Juhu. The offerings contain 56 different varieties of eatables, from fruits, juices, curries, breads, rice and desserts.The food is placed in front of the idols
Then everybody sings the bhajans (carols)
After the ceremony is finished the food is distributed amongst thousands of devotees at the temple.