Photo and food are inseparable friends . For everything else photos may tell a story , but when it comes to food , photos not only tell a story but also tempt us by bringing beautiful visuals , essence and almost a sense of what the taste might be . With smart phone revolution , everybody has become a photographer , so much so that social media has been flooded with beautiful visuals of our favorite food . Punefoodspot celebrates the special bond between photos and food with World Photography Day on 19th August and salutes those who bring us such beautiful visuals , positivity and something to look forward to .
Early twenties are when most of the youngsters would still be pursuing their higher education and post graduation. But Pune based Tanvi Nagarkar had some other ideas. At the age 21 which is a huge moment for every youngster, she has turned into one of the youngest catering service entrepreneurs in Pune.
I come from a holy town, Shegaon in Buldhana district. Maharashtrian dishes like Pithla (traditional Maharashtrian recipe made with gram flour), Bhaje bhaat, Kadhi (thick gravy based on gram flour) and Kuskara (leftover chapatis which are stir fried) are the ones that I like and are also popular here . People in this region also love spicy food and understand the magic of flavors.
Although I wouldn’t like to bracket myself in the foodie category, I would definitely call myself a connoisseur of good taste. Today’s global village with a wide variety of cuisines and a pot pourri of cultures and traditions has diverse food options on offer.