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Meet Komal

Consider Sweet & Masala my communal kitchen, a place for you to come have a chat, share a delicious meal, discuss culture and have some fun!

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Komal, the foodie behind the blog:

Raised in Cambridge, England, I was born into a Gujarati family where food is central to family traditions. I was taught from a young age that travel is the greatest way to learn the heart of a culture; that truly connecting with people is best done through food. So as early as I could I started to see the world – first savoring the spices of India, the fresh simplicity of Mediterranean cuisine by way of Italy, France, Spain and Portugal, the indigenous and unfamiliar tastes of Australia, and the melting pot that is the U.S..

Sweet /swēt/
Adjective:  1. Having the pleasant taste characteristic of sugar or honey; not salty, sour, or bitter 2. Pleasing in general; delightful.
Noun:  1. A small shaped piece of confectionery made with sugar 2. Used as an affectionate form of address to a person.
Masālā /məˈsälə/ મસાલા
Adjective: 1. Spicy (Masālēdāra)
Noun: 1. Any of a number of spice mixtures ground into a paste or powder for use in (Indian) cooking.

1 comment

Enzo June 14, 2021 - 6:47 pm

Hello just didn’t see anything about Italian food? I understand you mentioned the Mediterranean food


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