Just want to say that I love your recipes.My family and I live in missouri and used to use recipes by Dr. P.K. john’s website from several years ago. But now I type in meen peera in google and I am amazed at the amount of results.Please continue doing what you do.God Bless.
I’m delighted to see your encouraging words,Prince.Pls do visit my blog again
All 3 looks amazing especially the first two. It looks very professional. So you’re an all-rounder, huh? Good work Annita! I wish I could do something like that. Please, please share this talent recipe too with us :)
Actually theres nothing like a recipe for that Rg,Just get some dry flowers from your surroundings and paste it on a cardboard according to your idea..And if you wish i can explain you some methods for drying flowers and leaves..
And many thanks for noticing those pictures..
Love your work with the dry flowers and the food. Would love to try out something with the dry arrangements myself. I am presently living in Mumbai, India.
Do you have any suggestions about how to go about this here. How do I dry the leaves and flowers and not have them crack and break apart and then glue them all on cardboard.
Thanks and keep going.
We are all enjoying this.
There are different ways by which you can dry the flowers,bhakti..What i normally do is hang the fresh flowers upside down in a cool and dark place for 2-3 weeks.Thus way you can retain the color of the flowers.Another way is to press them between books..there are some chemical processes also,which i’m not so sure about.they don’t crack very easily,so just be gentle to the flowers and then you can glue them neatly on the cardboard..
I was looking for a recipe of Chinese Fried Rice, without using Ajinomotto and came across your posts… its wonderful. And the best thing that attracted me is the pain you take to present it, thru a series of snaps. Excellent work.. !!!
I too have a similar kind of taste towards dry flowers. But i usualy fetch dry grass and paint them. I didn know the method of drying them. Can u suggest me more tips on the same ?
just visit this link for more tips on drying flowers
Just wanted to let you know that you’re such an inspiration! For those of us who are just learning to cook, leave alone traditional malayalee food – your blog is a treasure trove!
Do keep posting your recipes!!
hey ..i was looking for egg roast recipi n goturs but it didnt show up..so went to ur handicraft… wow u r one of a kind.. great cook n great artist,….hey i too wann be like u.. but i knwo cant be….hahaha
but would love to know how u made the first dry flower arrangement n that basket..??? will u pl
oh..god…u r an all rounder….huh?i did see this craft part just now….u r simply amazing….
infact a role model to see and inspire for people like me who simply waste time around…..
good luck for all u r future work….
i will miss u ,
Annita u r so talented.. gr8..
I hav one doubt regarding this.. after sticking this to a card borad,do we have to do anything else??I mean before putting this into a frame?? anything to preserve this?? any warnish or something??
If you can put some warnish it’ll be good..Also You can give colors to the flowers using spray paint ,if you wish.spray paints comes in many natural colors..you can buy it from walmart.but here i haven’t used anything on it.
i am so happy to find in your blog. You are simply amazing in eveything that your doing, let it be cooking , art work or anything, your are superb. I was really missing so many of my favourite kerala “nadan” recipes that i loved to have when amma made it for me, i tried out your “meen vatti pattichathu ” it was soooo tasty, thanks a lot, i came to US on 1st of january this year after my marriage, and missed my home a lot, by seeing your picz of kerala made me so happy. Thanks a lot, looking forward for more and more recipes.
with regards and wishes
Thank you for your sweet comments…and pls do visit my blog often..
I like your dry flower arrangements. Can your explain how u did the basket & snow with sticks how u did pls tell me.
Basket is made of ribbon…I used the ribbon and weaved it in the shape of a basket and place it on a cardboard.And the snow is made of white sand from Walmart….It is available in the crafts section…
Just spread the glue on the cardboard and sprinkle sand on it…
Recently only I started visiting your blog. Great work, traditional receipes wonderful, handicrafts excellent. I too share similar interest.Because these days I am too busy with work and family I seldem get time for any handicraft but I do enjoy the the work done by others, ideas for future – day when I will find time for my little interests.
currenty i am in Dubai and i never miss my home because of your receipies. I have tried lot of your reciepie’s and it is very tasty. I was wondering why you are not posting anything. but just now when i read your reply to viji, i came to know the reason. how is your health. When is your delivery. i am eagrely waiting for your receipies. Come back soon.
hai! annita wonderful dry work. i want your more work photose album. i am in norway. i am waiting at see your dry work photos. contacet my e-mail id. wish you merry chiristmas. piriyathodum… pirarthanaiyodum… h.najimudeen, norway, oslo.
heyy! anita..great work this is i must say.
even i have started dealing in handicrafts and hence found your link on the web..i am seeking many people’s advise for the business and would really appreciate if u share some of your ideas and views, that would be of great help.
Paintings are good. There is this firm called grama , Traditional Indian Handicrafts. They do have a socially responsible attitude towards production. All of their products are handmade and are made by villagers. http://www.grama.in
The handicrafts and organic fruit products and of Hunza Nagar valley are available online now. Beautiful embroideries, wooden utensils and musical instruments decorated with beautiful wood carvings and sundried organic fruits as well as the natural aphrodisiac mountain gum.