Welcome to  my blog – Of Cabbages and Kings. This space is devoted to my adventures in the  wonderlands of food, travel and LIFE ! It’s called what it is in tribute  to that wild and wonderful story of Alice in Wonderland …quote…

“The time has come,” the Walrus said,
“To talk of many things:
Of shoes–and ships–and sealing-wax–
Of cabbages–and kings–
And why the sea is boiling hot–
And whether pigs have wings.


13 responses »

  1. Hey mami!! its great reading your stories on my favorite topics food,traveling and life. Really looking forward. I am already your fan!!

  2. So excited that you have begun this journey Shruti! I still dream of the lovely food I enjoyed in your wonderful home. Looking forward to vignettes full of vim and wit and vitamins 🙂

  3. Hey Shruti! Nice blog! Like it’s colourful spice and tang and zing! The pictures are droolworthy! Now you are going to have to make all these for me some time!
    Sure this will get even the non foodie types also to try these!
    Keep blogging and spreading the warmth of the kitchen fire!

  4. Hello Shruti,
    Thank you for visiting my blog and your words of appreciation. Your blog is fabulous. Such wonderful write ups and pictures. It will require a lot of time to read your posts and do justice to them. Can I subscribe to your blog posts?
    Love and good wishes,

    • Hi Namita – I’d be delighted if you’d subscribe! Just click the `follow’ button (I think it appears on the bottom right of the screen) and you will be automatically updated each time I post. My writing is a bit slow at the moment…but you know how it goes.
      Warm regds

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