Who are Sheenam and Muskaan?
Sheenam and Muskaan are two sisters who have full time job and college respectively and love what they do over the week - which is also the reason why running a blog side by side does not bring stress to them. We love cooking and are really passionate about trying new recipes and we cook together very very often.
Are you full time bloggers?
As stated above, NO! We are not full time bloggers and to be honest, do not intend to be as well. We cook together mostly on the weekends and thats about it.
How do you manage to work together?
With our super busy lives over the week and lots of family-and-friends time on the weekends, the weekend mornings are when this project actually takes place. We are early risers on the weekends. All the prep and grocery shopping is normally done on Thursdays/ Fridays given the fact that we already plan the recipes by Wednesday (most of the time!) - weekends are when our bedroom turns into kitchen number 2, where we have all our baking kits and props for cooking and photography.
Why food blogging?
As much as we love what we are doing over the week, cooking is something we have been super-passionate about all our lives. We enjoy cooking and most of all cooking TOGETHER. Blogging about it has also motivated both of us to try so many new recipes and spend more time with each other.
Are all recipes written by you?
No, not at all. There are a million bloggers in the world and we have so many bloggers that inspire us and we can not resist trying their recipes. It would be really unfair, not to try recipes from fellow bloggers and expecting people to try from our blog, right? We do, however, at times re-create or develop recipes and as you see on every post, in case a recipe has been adapted or inspired by a fellow food blogger, we always make sure to give credits to them.
I tried your recipe, but it did not turn out the way shown in the post. What did I do wrong?
Please note that a lot of it depends on the right ingredients, brands, measurements and things like climate, surroundings play a very important role in how your recipes will turn out. We have been trying recipes from fellow bloggers on our own as well, and a lot of times have made the mistake with measurements. As much as we try to measure most of the ingredients on the weighing scale, you might also want to consider measuring them with one cup, when we write one cup. Please do not mix this with one tea cup, because it is absolutely not the same.
What is the best way to get in touch with you?
We would love to hear from you. Please feel free to email us on [email protected] If its a recipe related question, best would be to comment on the recipe, that ways other readers can also have a look at it, in case they might want to ask the same question.
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