C Step­ping up to the plate

While you were sleep­ing hild in the Mid­dle ( Mar 10) is the most re­lat­able article I have read af­ter be­com­ing a new mother my­self last month. Af­ter read­ing it, I re­alised that I am do­ing just the right thing with my daugh­ter. I was nearly im­mo­bile af­ter m

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Rafia ashar, we will Be in TOUCH with you SHORTLY.

Food blog­gers are def­i­nitely the most in­flu­en­tial peo­ple in this city. Week­ends are spent try­ing new food joints and food trucks, walk­ing around to taste other cuisines on the ba­sis of some­thing one learnt about on­line. Food blog­ging is a tir­ing, stress­ful and a dif­fi­cult job to keep up with. It’s a proud mo­ment to see so many women tak­ing the lead in this field. The article ( The food blog­ging bot­tom line, Mar 10) talks about the job and how some tend to do so for re­mu­ner­a­tion, while for oth­ers it’s just a pas­time. There are so many food­ies who started off re­view­ing small cafe­te­rias and restau­rants, and now get in­vited to the finest din­ing places and ho­tels in the city. Be­ing a food re­viewer my­self, it was an in­ter­est­ing article to read. It also made me re­alise that there are way more re­view­ers and food blog­gers than what I had ac­tu­ally thought.

Melissa Pinto, by email

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