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Rekha Shetty <email@example.com>
Mumbai, MH, USA
Thursday, August 26, 2004
Just came across you website while
serching for reciepes,
well done its a good work, i wanted on special reciepes of the gravi mix
geenerally tou make in maharastra including coconut and etc. i was form
mumbai got merried in england do miss maharatrian food and that special
paste which we put in almost all sabjiz....., can you please tell me./
Leicester, leics, England
Monday, August 23, 2004
Jhakas! Site pharch changli ahe.
Prashant Amburle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mumbai, MH, USA
Wednesday, July 21, 2004
Awesome site. Hard to avoid the urge
to go home and cook
while reading the recipes. :-)
San Jose, CA, USA
Tuesday, July 20, 2004
Now I can tel my Maharastrian friend
s to invite me to their
homes. They have been telling me that there is not much variety in
Maharastrian food for a Bengali like me.
Dilip Ganguly <email@example.com>
Colombo, Sri Lnka
Thursday, July 15, 2004
this is an amazing site! and that
too free! even before i saw
the recipes in detail i could tell that this is the best site for
Thursday, July 15, 2004
Agadi marath molya recepies ahet.
Padhartha suchat nasatanna,
sodhayala madat zali. Thanks!
Prajkta Kulkarni <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chennai, TN, India
Sunday, July 11, 2004
Great Site! Thank-you!
Gramp's Lamps <email@example.com>
Sunday, July 4, 2004
Its very good indian receipe site i ever seen.i tried so many receipes
from that .its very useful for me.Thanks a lot.
Thursday, July 1, 2004
good site! Its like guiding young
women to develop their
cooking skills. (Like how "aaji" does!!)
Tuesday, June 29, 2004
thanku smitha , its a great and lovely site for girls like me who learned cooking after going through ur site
all the best
sandhya nair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friday, June 25, 2004
Excellent site! Bravo!Mouth Watering
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Monday, June 21, 2004
thank you for providing us with so
much information. we were
doing a project on india and we got a really good mark!
Karen and Jasmine
Wednesday, June 16, 2004
Dear Mumbai-Masala team,
Thanks a lot for putting up such a fantastic website. I am a recent
cooking enthusiast. Your website has been a great help.
Keep it up!!
Tuesday, June 8, 2004
I just love your website. Being non-maharashtrian but born and brought
up there it is a great help to be able to cook a few of our favourites
foods. I was hoping you would also have a non-veg site. If so do let me know.
Thanks for the recipes. It really works out well. Though i have tasted
the North Indian dishes in restaurant with the help of your tips now
we taste the dishes in home. And moreover it is very useful for me as a
newly married and staying out of India. Though we dont get some
ingredients i try to make with it.
Thursday, May 20, 2004
I like your site, & became very
impressive. I have one
request to you, that can you make this site
available in marathi language, so that anybody can read this, & will
get a good opportunity of this.
Smita Bagwe <email@example.com>
mumbai, MH, India
Friday, May 14, 2004
This site is an amazing site for
atleast people like me who
have spent 1/4 of their life in mumbai and now married off to USA. I
just love the mumbai chaats specially the pani poor or the gol gappa what
they call.May i request any one to give me the authentic receipe of the
pani for pani poori as i have tried all the receipes listed on the net
but it doesnt give that taste as we get on the mumbai streets . Also i
wanted to know the recipe for kachi dabeli . Mumbai masala shud have a
seperate chaat section in which it shud list recipes for all the chaat
like pani poori, kachi dabeli. I am looking forward on having these
recipes listed on the site by mumbai masala. Their recipes are truely very
authentic when prepared
Dallas, TX, USA
Friday, May 14, 2004
Pleasantly surprised to find a well
designed and extensive Mahrashtrian
recipe site! I visit it regularly for tips and recipes and am
recommending it to friends too. Its a big help for Mumbai/Maharashtrian students
like us! THANKS!!
Lansing, Michigan, USA
Friday, May 7, 2004
I am a Tamil speaking Maharashtrian...meaning born and brought up in
Mumbai. Thanks to your wonderful site for all the wonderful recipes. I
missed all the Maharashtrian foods I used to get back home in Mumbai, but
your site has made that feeling redundant as I can make all my fav
recipes at home. Thanks again...Love your site and please add more
recipes...so I can experiment (and mess up my kitchen ;-)) .Bye for now -
Sujaya Subramanian <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chicago, IL, USA
Monday, April 26, 2004
It was simply a terrific experience
to visit your web site…I could feel the appetite growing with every new heading that I was reading ….
I am in Denmark for last few months …away from my house. I find your recopies especially helpful….not only are
recopies great but the look and feel of the site and the arrangement is excellent too…!! Great work indeed.
Thanks a lot for creating such a wonderful web site ..it gives back the taste of home…
this is the most wanderfull web side
for receipe of indian
food for me . i take all the receipe from this and I cook maximum of
this. The foods are realy very wanderfull and my family members are
impressed on me. so thank you very much this side.
nisa rani deka <email@example.com>
guwahati, assam, India
Thursday, April 8, 2004
THIS IS REALLY " AMCHI MUMBAI
Sarita S. Kadam <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Slough, London, UK
Friday, April 2, 2004
THANKS!!!!! for the innovative site.This site has helped me in my
cooking.I got to learn many things from this site and i have tried many
recipies as well.
just a query could you tell the other word for Gherkins(Masala bhaat)
TONS OF LOVE
Tuesday, March 23, 2004
Thankyou for a lovely site. The receipes
are great. KEEP IT
Johannesburg, South Africa
Sunday, March 21, 2004
Thank-you very much for this wonderful site. It's been
great help in introducing Maharashtrian food to my Bengali husband. Does
anyone have more seafood recipes to share, preferably kholeem (dried
Thursday, March 11, 2004