Like any Home Maker my journey for my kitchen has been and still is about watching, learning and absorbing various food channels, reading good cook books and emulating our great Chefs. My aim is to solve the most dreaded question, “what shall I make today?” The recipe that would be Lunch Box friendly shall carry a photograph of the Lunch Box that I pack from my kitchen. I am bringing you a pictorial tutorial which shall not only ease the cooking process but inspire hubbies and growing kids to enter the kitchen and not only experiment but also make cooking an enjoyable FAMILY experience. I have shortened or even simplified Grand Mom’s recipes to suit a novice, bachelor or a “short on time” kitchen. The recipes are traditional yet contemporary, tasteful enough to be cooked for every single meal, after every single tired day, for pleasure or on leisure days.

My journey towards documenting the recipes started in Bahrain in 2009 when I started blogging. Many of the popular, simple recipes are on the blog. While I was in Rwanda, I enjoyed cooking on charcoal. In 2014, we decided to formalise this activity on a website. Cook-at-home is now on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitter. My favourite hashtags are #Cookat home and #MyKitchenNeversleeps. Drop me a line if you have a question or would like to see any specific recipe and do follow me on the social media.