About Me

* I no longer blog due to a hectic routine. Hope to continue on when I am able to free up some time. If you do notice any mistakes in my recipes and ingredients please let me know. Thx heaps! 🙏🏼

I can start by saying im a busy mum but then aren’t all mums. I have a small family which consists of daughter Mishka who is four years old and myself.

We all often say no one can cook like our mums. Now that I have a bit more time cooking for my little family I often call up my mum to ask how she cooks a particular dish. By the time my daughter starts cooking for her own kids I will have kicked the bucket by then. I then decided to create this blog for my daughter for when shes older and where she can look up her favourite “mum cooks the best” recipes.

Most of the recipes on my blog will be my simple everday Fijian and Indian home cooked meals. It’s what I have learnt growing up over the years from my mum, my sister, my brother, my sisters-in-law and mother-in-law. I use a lot of short cuts to save time and energy so that I can have plenty of rest and quality time with my daughter.

So after much encouragement, I decided to give this blog a shot. Hope you enjoy my food and do let me know how it turns out for you.



91 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hey Sanjana.. visiting you from instagram (madras_gurl) I can totally relate to what you have written here except I am not a mom yet.. 😀 Stalker alert. Going to explore your blog now.

  2. Hi! Thanks for stopping by my blog.and following it. I really appreciate it. You blog is very nice. Especially I like your “About Me section”. Looking forward for great recipes.
    Your daughter is a cutie pie.Liked your recipe Baigan and Pyaz raita, Something different than usual Raita. Will definitely give it a try soon.

  3. Hi sanjana! You have no idea how desperate I was to find easy to follow Fijian Indian dishes…finding your blog was a huge relief! Thank you and keep doing what you’re doing!
    Sending you virtual hugs, happiness and rainbow unicorns 😀

  4. Hi Sanjana I was looking for some recipes and stumbled across your “machri tarkari” recipe and started reading it. Your blog is very interesting and so is your sense of humour. I must say you are a very good writer and grab the attention of the reader instantly. Nice to see our sister from Fiji is out there – pls keep it up.

    • Hi Nazleen thank you my dear for stopping by my blog and saying such encouraging words. I really appreciate it. If there is any particular dish you would like me to post or you would like to contribute as a guest on my blog I will be more than happy. Please do keep visiting.😊

  5. Hi Sanjana, I came across a funny comment you made on another blog and thought I’d stop by. While I’m not much of a “foodie” from time to time I am on the lookout for an interesting recipe so I will be sure to stop back.

    • Thank u so much Stephanae for stopping by 😊I just explored urs and loved it. You’re one gorgeous lady..god bless! 😘You’re truly an inspiration. Looking forward to reading your posts and our interactions.

      • You’re very welcome and thank you for the compliment (I won’t be able to lift my head off the pillow). I meant to tell you that I love the picture of you and your daughter and your wonderful sense of humor.

      • Why thank you my dear ☺️*blush* it’s an old pic (daughters now 3) and the only one that made me look half my size lol and glad you enjoy my SOH hope it continues to make you smile.😊

  6. Thanks for stopping by and leaving that wonderful comment! I love the layout of the blog and your endearing, chatty blogging style. And it’s about food(I really admire chefs – it’s something I really want to get good at eventually). I’m going to enjoy tagging along on your blogging journey!

  7. Hi Sanjana,
    I am glad to have discovered your interesting blog. And I love your blog title Feeding the Sonis 🙂 Haha. And do keep visiting my blog. Best wishes and regards to your sweet family , your sis and bro. And do coax your brother into letting you share some secret recipes. 🙂

    • Hi Skd? What is your good name? 😉 really glad you stopped by my blog..i love yours too..yay! happy we found each other 😊 oh and I tried to get the recipes from my bro but he’s stubborn as..might just have to raid his house for it hehe.

      • What are brothers for 😉
        Don’t worry. Persistence is the key lol 😀
        You can call me skd. That’s what friends call me. And yes, i am super excited to know you and your cute blog. Hasta pronto y adiós

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  9. Hello Sanjana, I’ve been invited to join the “My Writing Process” blog tour and have accepted for June 9th, 2014. This tour rolls out across three new bloggers’ sites each week. So, I can invite three writers to carry the tour forward. It would require you to answer a few questions and generate a post. Your date would be June 16, 2014. Please let me know if you’re interested and can participate for June 16th. If yes, then in my June 9th post, I will mention your blog! Can you let me know if you would like to participate?– Aiswarya.

  10. Hi, Sanjana Soni, It was very nice of you to visit my fb page. I went into yours too but count not figure out where the LIKE button so I think your page could be private. I discovered your blog last night and loved it. That post of the vegetables (though I don’t really know what veggie it is) looks very yummy and special.
    Happy Mother’s Day.
    Kind regards, Jess the little Borneo girl.

    • Hi Debbie thx for your comment and for following my blog. I will work on the Lassi for you and put the recipe in a future post. If you decide to attempt one of the recipes pls do let me know how it turns out for you. Cheers!

  11. hi sister ,good luck for your blog and I am hoping that many interesting recipes will follow soon ,hopefully I will learn from it too ….all the best ..Rodney

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