Pasta Is My Guilty Pleasure - Nishtha Anand

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1. Tell us about your background and journey.

Coming from the capital city of India also known as the food capital of the country is the reason why I developed the love for food. By far, my journey has been very insightful. Blogging has not only helped me display my talent but I could also learn a lot of things along with it. I learnt the art of presentation, photography, editing and developed the urge to experiment each day and come up with better results for my audience and am still planning to learn as each day passes.

2. What led you to do food blogging?

My love for food, my love for cooking and the satisfactory smile that you can see on one's face when he/she is happy with the food was my ultimate motivation. Apart from that, I got fascinated for the first time when I baked my first cake. Everyone loved it and I felt like sharing my story, that led to the start of my blog.

3. What does your typical day look like?

Being a student, I have classes till evening. I like to explore myself as a cook in my free time and learn and experiment with new and easy recipes. Apart from that, I also enjoy dancing and going out for long walks. These elements act as a stress buster and form a major part of my day.

4. When did you first decide that you wanted to create and write content about food i.e. for blogging?

Not a long time has passed when I decided to blog, it was in 2020 March when India faced Pandemic, we were also at our homes and had time for ourselves. That's when I thought this is the right time to start my own blogging page.

5. Is there a dish you particularly associate yourself with?

I associate myself with pasta because it is my guilty pleasure, I can always experiment with it and am never bored with it.

6. Which is your favourite book and why?

My favourite book to date is The Secret. I love the book because I can completely relate to it. I believed in Law of Attraction even before reading it and would always function keeping that in mind. But after reading The Secret, I thought that it was my mind written beautifully in the form of a book.

Interview by - Sonam

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