Announcing JCO-Monsoon of India

10:31 AM


Monsoon, probably the most desirable season for all Indians, not also gives us respite from the dreaded summer but also strengthens our economy. If you don’t agree then think of those hot and humid summer days when even thinking of going out in the scorching heat makes us sick. and then that beautiful sound of roaring clouds as if murmuring the good news of bringing the respite from heat. Those gray clouds surrounding the sky and the light and shade giving almost a surreal feel even in the brightest of afternoons. That invigorating smell of damp earth after the very first shower of the season, the crisp air overturning our umbrellas, huddling under any shade and acquainting a stranger, those lightening in the sky tearing the deep dark night and finally drifting to a comfortable sleep listening to the rhythm of dancing raindrops. . Its magic engulfs and includes us all.

Monsoon for us is a season on which we survive and sustain. Being pre dominantly an agriculture-based economy a good monsoon boosts our economy and strengthens are socio economic standing. We pray for good monsoon and worship the rain God to be kind. We celebrate many festivals welcoming this life thriving season.

And last but not the least with providing a cooler and more comfortable climate it revives our taste buds. After the dreaded summer we get our appetite back and delve ourselves into the seasonal food it brings with it. Monsoon is sheer magic to enjoy fried goodies, like pakoda, cutlet or kebab. Masala tea or filter coffee never taste as good as its in monsoon. Reading never seems so enjoyable when paired with a hot cuppa.  Many lazy afternoons are shared with friends and family with good food and rain as a backdrop.

Various parts of India celebrate this season with various types of delicacies. Some parts enjoy Hilsa (fish), some prepares khichdi and some serves pakodas and bhajias. So when Jagruti allowed me to host her JCO for monsoon I was ecstatic to realize that this will allow me to learn about many unknown-unheard ritual, culture and especially food from your kitchen. A big thank you to Jagruti, who is the brain behind this event. Every season is going to have different theme and some wonderful bloggers are going to host it. So friends join me this season and lets celebrate the season that brings a smile to all of us.


Now the Rules:
1.      Now that the theme is Monsoon so please limit recipes that has some kind of reference to this season. If you are linking any of the fried stuff or hot beverages you don’t need any reason but for other recipes I would request you to please mention how it is significant. Would love to share your nostalgic memories.
2.      Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian recipes are welcome. So bring on all  
      those kebabs and indo Chinese fries.
3.      please link in recipes that has been published during the event’s time  
      period. No archived or reposted recipes please.
4.      Posts must be linked to this announcement page and to Jagruti’s page.
5.      You can link as many recipes as you desire.
6.      The usage of logo is not mandatory but requested.
7.      The time limit for this event is 1st july’12 to 30th sept.’12.
8.     Non- bloggers please come up with your unique recipes and mail me your entries to ahomemakersdiary@ yahoo. In

Will add some linky tool tomorrow. Till then prepare some monsoon goodies and relive and share your monsoon memories with us.


Sorry to change the procedure here. To participate 
1. Please mail me to ahomemakersdiary @ yahoo. in with
2. your Name:
    Your Blog's URL:
    Recipe Name:
    Recipe Link:
    picture of the dish not more than 300 px in width.


Happy Cooking!

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20 comments

  1. Lovely event...Thank you very much for guest host this awesome theme..

    Happy Hosting !!

    Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey
    Know Your Flours-Whole Wheat Flour

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  2. Nice event, Happy hosting. I will send some entries.

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  3. Lovely thought....Love to post a wonderful snack with hot coffee in this rainy season..

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  4. done! I have one specific for monsoon ... you will find tat soon :)

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  5. Nice event... and please remove ur word verification from ur blog...it's create problem due to posting comments

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  6. Sayantani please send me your JCO-mansoon of india event email address. I can't send my entry your mail address.

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  7. Sounds good...will try to post something for monsoon ..:)

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  8. Sent my entry! Happy to follow you .
    Check out my blog in ur spare time
    http://www.followfoodiee.com/

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  9. Post some recipes for your lovely JCO event

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  10. Nice event. Sent some recipes via email.. hope you received them

    Sowmya
    http://nivedhanams.blogspot.in

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  11. Monsoons of India..lovely event.Time to bring out all the yummy recipes. Sending in my entry Chire Bhaja.
    http://amritavishal127.blogspot.in

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  12. Hi Sayantani, lovely thought. Happy to follow you. Will send some of my entries soon. Happy hosting dear..

    Inviting you to visit my space at your leisure,

    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.com

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  13. Great idea Sayantani.Just send you my entry for this event.

    http://www.mellownspicy.com/

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  14. Hi Sayantani

    Just sent my entry!! Happy Hosting.
    Check out my blog in your leisure time.
    http://foodfrolicfun.blogspot.in/

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  15. Lovely event...i have mailed my recipes..Do check it out..
    http://sajinastastes.blogspot.com/

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  16. Hi,

    Nice Event. Mailed a few of my recipes.

    I invite you to visit & join my blog

    http://nanditakitchenrecipe.blogspot.in

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  17. Just sent you my entry. Happy hosting!
    www.BlogExplore.com

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