25 posts Posts by shilpa

Cooking is an art and here are some Artists we know!

Cooking is an art and here are some Artists we know!

Love of Food is in the air and thanks to all our patron chefs who particpated in our recipe contest. It was a warm reception that, Aarti Sharma, Farnaz Fathima, Malvika Sharma, Shruti J,  Preeti John Nawani, Amarendra Mulye, Leena Aghi, Vessie Simmons, Uma Singhania, Abhinav Dhiman and Akshat Dimri gave this very first recipe contest organized by Plattershare. The contest gifts are sponsored by Andore who are making amazing cookwares in their manufacturing unit of Ahmedabad. We might soon have an online shop to buy their stuffs …

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Help our start up reach more people!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJ24MIP2Hdw&640&h=385 Life in a start up is full of surprises, fun and hard work. A lot of my friends ask me, “what is your role in Plattershare?”. They mean to ask what do I do at Plattershare. Well, the hard fact is that in a start up your roles and responsibilities are unlimited and undefined. For the pitch video, we scripted it, shot it, recorded it and edited it all by ourselves. Ravi helped in …

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The crowd is supporting Plattershare are you?

The crowd is supporting Plattershare are you?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ySpbJiE0Nw&640&h=385 Our dream of creating a wholesome food networking portal is now becoming a reality. To support it, we started our crowd funding campaign and in less than 2 weeks, we have raised 10% of our target funding amount. We are very thankful to people who have supported us till now and we are very hopeful that more support would be extended by all of you out there. It has been such a satisfying journey …

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A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality…

A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality…

Finally a milestone achieved. A dream comes true. We launched Plattershare’s beta version on the 5th October, 2013. With a lot of fervor, enthusiasm and spiritual energy, we celebrated the launch and since then had been caught up with post – launch work. Thus, delay in writing to you. Well, all in all, it has all been so satisfying yet so intriguing. We thank the almighty for all the support and favors. The eternal source …

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The first birthday of the Co-Founder with 500 Fb Fans

The first birthday of the Co-Founder with 500 Fb Fans

Ankush Kumar Dhiman, the Co-Founder of Plattershare reached another milestone of his life yesterday on 10th April, 2012. Also, he has been reborn this year with the dream of Plattershare being so close and so livid and so alive now. Seems like this is what we have been born for. It is an amazing feeling to own something. Calling Plattershare “mine” gives us a thrill, a shiver, a thunder and that takes us to another …

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Long wait ends with this one…

Long wait ends with this one…

I am not a technical person and I don’t know what kind of efforts go into the making of a website. I don’t know what it would mean for a developer to create a CMS and link it to the front end and deliver it for testing. There definitely are a few people who know what it means to develop a website for somebody as cynical as Ankush and I am. Wherein we are not …

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Momos

Momos

Refined Vegetable Oil – 5 table spoon Cabbage – 2 Carrot – 2 Onion – 5 Capsicum – 1 Vineger – 2 to 3 spoon Chilli sauce- 2 spoon Salt to taste Black pepper to taste Flour(maida) Water for steam FOR MOMO’S SAUCE Red Dry Chilli-10 to 15 Tomato – 2 Salt to taste Water Vineger – 2 spoon Recipe: Chop all the vegetables into very small pieces. Take a frying pan. Pour Oil and …

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Healthy and Hearty Sprouts Masala

Recipe Type*: Dietary Food Ingredients and Recipe*: Moong beans – 1 Cup Grams (Kaale Chane) – 1/2 Cup Tomato – 1 large Onion – 1 large Lemon Juice – 2 Table spoons Green Chilly – 2 thin and small Vegetable Refined oil – 1 teaspoon Cumin Seed – 20 – 25 seeds Salt – To taste Black peppper – Pinch Full Rock Salt – To taste Soak Moong beans and grams in a bowl. Let …

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