For the past few days, I’ve been busy changing the look and feel of this site, to create a fresher and more intuitive experience for my readers.
Peri’s Spice Ladle started as a humble venture to create simple versions of much-loved classic Indian and Parsi dishes for a global audience. The growing numbers of visitors and interactions have made me realize it’s time to invest more than my time and talent into it.
This site now runs on the dependable Genesis framework and a beautiful theme to match its solid foundation, usable on all mobile formats and devices.
As always, your feedback is what guides the future direction for Peri’s Spice Ladle. So go ahead, check things out and let me know what you think…
Make sure to stop by the new home page to enjoy it’s slide show, layout and other features, meander through the recipe index, where finding new meal ideas and searching for your favorite recipes is now easier than ever, drop by to meet me on the updated about page (if you like legalese, read my copyright and disclosures) and notice a new travel section for the growing number of food-related travel posts.
Coming soon under Resources is my ‘Kitchen Tools I Love’ feature where you’ll get a peek into my home and what makes an Indian kitchen tick. In the coming year, I’m also excited to announce a dynamic and constantly updated ‘Resources for Food Bloggers’ with experience-based recommendations for food bloggers, who start out like me, with nothing but dreams and a zest for wholesome food.
With so much food on our minds, starting next week, March will be ‘Indian-Breads Fest’; your favorite fluffy, steaming and whole-grained basic Indian flatbreads and crepes ‘Chapati, Roti, Naan, Paratha and Dosa’, brought to you with step-by-step pictorials, along with flavoring and topping ideas for each of them.