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A holistic platform to share passion for food, creating new opportunities for our community and promoting food brands – Our Goals at Plattershare

A holistic platform to share passion for food, creating new opportunities for our community and promoting food brands – Our Goals at Plattershare

It’s been quite a long time since I have written a blog post to script our journey at Plattershare and a lot of people have been asking us about our goals and vision at Plattershare, what are we trying to do? How it would help our foodie community? So I thought why not write it down and share it with the world. What are we doing at Plattershare? We want and we are, growing as …

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10 signs that you love to experiment in Kitchen

10 signs that you love to experiment in Kitchen

1. You are always in search of Recipes.   2. You are seen in food supermarket more than in cinema hall or mall.    3. You love to pick your own vegetables and fruits.   4. You want to show your dish to everyone and wait for their expressions and appreciation.    5. You go to restaurants to find new dishes.   6. You love giving cooking tips to everyone in your friend’s circle.    …

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Why advertising on Facebook may be a waste of money?

We have been working really hard on our dream project Plattershare that aims to network people on the either side of the food business. And now we have reached to a point where we want to start telling larger audience about this platform and we decided to use our facebook page to do begin with. We started with boosting/promoting our posts/links however to our surprise all the money that we put into it was going waste as …

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11 bollywood songs that every foodie must have on their playlist…

11 bollywood songs that every foodie must have on their playlist…

The world loves Bollywood and the Bollywood loves drama, music, romance, peppy songs and food of course. I know you won’t believe me. Even the songs in Bollywood keep mentioning things that rambles up a foodie’s heart. Let me share a compilation of bollywood’s way of introducing us to the most common characteristics of some of the food stuffs. Following is a compilation in no particular order. • Naam Jalebi Bai – A hot and …

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Happy Independence Day – But wait, Are we really independent?

Happy Independence Day – But wait,  Are we really independent?

As India celebrated its 68th Independence day, I am compelled to ask, we did get freedom 68 years back however are we free even today? India ranks second unsafe places for women to exist. Does that make you feel like a free country? India is a country that worships female deities at large and a country where Gods and Goddesses are depicted as the ultimate source of world’s balance. A country whose basic religion and …

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Help us to help you Grow!

Help us to help you Grow!

We keep saying that food bloggers and food lovers need to be on Plattershare and here are a few questions answered for your convenience. Q – What is Plattershare? A – Plattershare is a comprehensive Gastronomic Discovery Platform dedicated, designed and developed with passion, for food lovers from all around the world. We aim to create an interactive interface between people on both sides of the food and beverage business while creating value for our …

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For the love of Coffee

For the love of Coffee

It begins with the luring ‘fragrance’ of freshly roasted beans, flowing out from the open top of a hot coffee jar. A hot mug of energizing ‘Espresso’ at the onset of a day, gives us the kick to start, just the right way. The full bodied blend of sorts and the smooth finish, with a scoop of whipped cream, is the much fantasized cup of our lives, isn’t it? This brewed hot cup of fantasy, …

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Seven things we all must have done on Rakhi…

Seven things we all must have done on Rakhi…

There are a lot of stories as to how it started being an important festival for Hindus however from where I am looking, it is a celebration of that ever lasting love we share with our siblings. The basic ritual requires the sister to tie a sacred thread on the brother’s wrist asking him for a vow that he would always protect her, then she applies tilak on the brother’s forehead and gives him sweets. …

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