Blogger Name:-INDIAN FOOD EXPRESS
Favourite Cuisine:-South Indian Cuisine
What is the story behind your blog’s name?
I am in my fifties and discovered joy in blogging very late. What I have come to realize is that the competition here, especially with food blogging is very stiff indeed! In the recent months, I have noticed that the younger entrants almost treat me like a victim who is sabotaging their opportunities. I would never do that in all fairness, as I blog out of passion. It pains me to see, that bloggers who befriended me at the brink of my blogging career and now turning their faces from me. People don’t even have the decency to say a courteous hello, when they see me. I have also encountered with people who have cheated me and even tried to strip me off my opportunities at the cost of my name. But not all is bad, I am now beginning to looking into the future that is bright and where I can implement my plans entailing growth and success.
Why did you decide/inspired to start a food blog?
I credit my daughters to help me discover my joy for writing. After completing my stint with the reality cooking show Masterchef India, My daughter asked me to key down the recipes on Blogspot. The number of viewers grew with every passing month, and I was overwhelmed with the received responses. I gradually started my own website, and stared keying everything there. Freebies that I received from numerous companies were put to good use, and it helped me expand my vision and work with charitable causes. I am able to provide a lot more to the needy with the help of this blog. Infact, the blog has given me the impetus to grow in more than ways. NOW I HAVE TWO MILLION VIEWS PER MONTH IN MY BLOG.
What’s your blog about? Who reads it? How long have you been blogging?
The Indian Food Express is well known for a variety of reasons. One of the primary reasons being that you can source the choicest of South Indian recipes from here.
What are the three most popular posts ever on your blog?
Three of my most popular posts ever on my blog are the following:
- Maharashtrian food festival at renaissance Mumbai convention centre.
- Chit chatting over chaat Kailash Parbat Chennai
- That place called joy that madras place Chennai
ABOUT INDIAN FOOD EXPRESS by Geeta Sridhar
Geeta Sridhar is born and brought up in Chennai, and she moved to Mumbai with her family. She is a philanthropist and has extended her helping hand at a number of institutions. She was asked to prepare food for cancer patients. She initially started by serving to around 30 people and eventually catered to all their needs. Her sumptuous cooking and her service to mankind have been recorded by a number of writers and bloggers. She constantly keys her update about her seamless love for food and cooking on her blog The Indian Express. Since the last two years, Geeta Ma has been organizing a Food Bank ( For 30-50 people), where she personally prepares meals with the help of her volunteers and serves the same to the genuinely poor people, every Sunday. She firmly believes that man is God’s medium of serving all those in need. She never tires of her services and is present at the drop of a hat when required.