Hello ! Welcome to soulsome cooking, a digital space to share my love for food and my kitchen experiments …
A little bit about me
I’m Divya bharathi, previously a Human Resource Manager, I became a full-time mother and food blogger in 2014. When I’m not spending time with my kid and husband, I love writing about the adventures in my kitchen and living a healthy and organized life on social media !
Growing up, I remember watching more cooking shows than cartoons. I started collecting my favorite recipes at age 20 and wrote them down in a blue book, which is still a priced possession of mine.
Although, I never really was a serious cook until I got married, I have watched my mom and learnt her tips and style of cooking and also from other passionate home cooks I have come across till date.
As a proud South Indian living in Japan, I enjoy to share my rich culture through my recipes to people I know here through cooking class private and group lessons. Book me for a lesson.
Soulsome cooking is a space where you will find Indian and inspired global recipes with a soulsome twist to it.
I truly believe anything that is cooked with love and with complete attention is soul some and will taste great and hence named my blog soulsomecooking. I assure you can find that charm in every recipe in this space.
I truly enjoy the satisfaction in perfecting a recipe and sharing to the world through social media and here on soulsome cooking.
Edamame hummus is my delicious take on Middle Eastern Hummus recipe, using Japanese Edamame beans….
Warm Apple Ginger Juice for morning detox and perfect for those who don’t have the…