Happy New Year

Wish you all a very happy, prosperous and peaceful new year.

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Thanks to you all for your kind support here. Aayi and I have tried our best to keep this place going in 2008.
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Recently, we have been having many technical problems with the site and we are trying our best to resolve them. I hope we can get around them soon.

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Looks like new year is going to be a bit hectic for us, but we will surely try our best to post something here whenever possible.

36 Comments for “Happy New Year”

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Inspite of all your other endeavours hope you stay as prolific as ever. Wish you and your family a very Happy New Year ahead!

Shilpa: Thanks Anjali. Wish you also a very happy new year.

nirupama

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Shilpa, Wishing you and your family a very happy new year. THis flower we call as colour changing rose looks really beautiful, and i hope you will bring the same in your brushes soon. New year wishes to aayi too

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Hi Shilpa,
Happy New Year to you and your family. You and Mrs Varada have kept us very busy throughout 2008. Hope to read more in the new year.
I appreciate your achievements and contribution in taking the Konkani cuisine to a whole new level. Recently I met a few friends from different walks of life and everyone seems to know a lot of Konkani food and this website is everyone’s favorite.
Kudos to Shilpa, Mrs Varada and everyone who make this happen.

Shilpa: Thank you so much for the kind words Manjula. It wound’t have been possible without all your constant help and support.

Aruna

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Happy New Year Shilpa, Varadpachi and all the other family members. This is the most popular site among the Konkanis and others too. I am happy to see so many knowing and using aayisrecipes.com. I am also glad to see introduction and posts of Varadpachi the Annapoorna behind this site.

Shilpa: Thanks Aruna. You have been a great support to me always.

Poorvi

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Hi Shilpa,

Wising u n ur family a very happy new year:).

I love ur site and i keep trying all ur dishes.Thx for starting this site.My hubby always tells me “Ur day starts with seeing AAyi site n ends with AAyi site”.He is very happy that i keep trying all ur dishes and he loves whtever i prepare.Thx to u n ur site for making cooking so simple.

Regards
Poorvi

Munni

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Shilpa,

Wishing you, Aayi & your family the very best in the New Year. You have done a wonderful job of introducing us to your native cusine, your blog is a household name among all our friends & family. Thank you very much. Have a fabulous year year 2009.

Mukund Ray Prabhu

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May this NEW YEAR bring many opportunities your way,
All your efforts turn into geat achievements and
Joy n Happiness surround you n your family in the life.

Wish You Very
H A A A P P P Y
NEW YEAR

Aparna

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Hi Shilpa!
Happy New Year to you and your family too! I made ur eggless fruit cake again for New Years and reduced the spice content. Turned out amazing. My dad for one, who hates cakes because of eggs in them, loves it now. He runs around telling his co-workers about the amazing cakes I make, and they have been pestering him for the recipes. All the credit goes to u!
Keep up the good work, and have an amazing year ahead!
Aparna

seema KK

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Hi shlpa,

Wish you and your family and Aayi a very Happy New Year.

Your blog is awesome . All your recipes are easy wonderful and always a success.

With your recipes it was a breeze entertaining guests over Thansgivig and christmas. Especially the rice dishes.
I was never good at Pulao but with the help of your tips , now I can make wonderful pulao.

Thanks once again for your hard work. Keep it up.

Seema

vani

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happy new year to you and family members. pls keep up the good work and continue to post more recepies as and when possible.

Anu Kamath

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WIshing Aayi ,you and V a very very Happy and prosperous new year!!!
Keep up the the good work including all the knitting and art work!!!
Hope you keeping going on like the energizer bunny and never stop!!!
Warm regards,
Anu

sangeetha

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Hello Shilpa & aayi (in chinese it means aunty),
wish you both & all the visitors of your site a very happy peaceful,healthy year ahead.i enjoy reading your description before the recipe….’cos u get emotionally attached to the dish….may u learn more dishes & share it with us….happy cooking year ahead……

Mario Britto

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I’ve been born and brought up in Pune and ‘Sabudana khichdi’ has been one of my all time favorite snacks.
The tips for soaking the ‘sago’ before preparation sounded a little different from the practicised procedure at our home. I’ shared the information with my wife and now we’ll use the technique suggested and let you know the results. We’re far away from home, in Beijing,China and finding ‘sago’ here was the first challenge, but finally we did find a store. The grains are much finer than the ones we’re used to in India and using our previous soaking technique made the ‘khichdi’ very clumpy and rubbery. We’ll try your technique.

Happy New Year !!

Lakshmi

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Dear Shilpa, maybe not in person, but you have made a change to many lives (especially mine) and I cannot thank you enough for that. you have brought smile, laughter, appreciation to so many people with your sharing and culinary adventures. kudos to you girl!
Here’s wishing you and your family a very happy and prosperous 2009. Hope all your dreams and wishes come true this year.
– Lakshmi

anu

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Dear Shilpa,

Making food for the family is one of the most noble deeds one could ever do and you help us do it to perfection. Thank you for your support and keep up this great volition. May you and your family have a very happy and peaceful year ahead.

anushka 🙂

Deborah

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I’ve been away but hopefully its never too late for best wishes. So…Belated Happy New Year to you and to your family!

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