About Me



My name is Anuja and I am a mom of two beautiful (my no# 1 tasters) girls. I am a self taught baker. My experiments with baking started in 2004 when I first baked a "Victoria Sponge Cake". It was love-at-first-bake. Since then I havent stopped baking. Simple baking is a bakelog (can I say that?) dedicated to sharing my baking inspirations and recipes with friends and family and whoever else interested.
Baking is, like everything else, the more you do, the easier it becomes. If you can read and follow instructions, you can bake. It is that simple.

Happy Baking!
             

19 comments:

  1. Hey Anuja! Thanks so much for dropping by my blog.. so glad to be expanding my foodie friends circle with your wonderful blog :)

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  2. Beautiful! :) I'm glad you came by. Loved your blog, just because of the fact that it is more oriented towards baking :)

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  3. Hi Anuja. Totally loved your blog ..thanks for stopping by my blogsite ..more because it gave me a chance to visit yours. I am myself a self taught baker and an avid one at that. Therefore it was such a treat to check out all of your yummy and awesome bakes.
    Happy Baking

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  4. Hi Anuja - thanks for stopping by my blog! Love ur space out here - am a very very amateur baker so this space is gonna help me a lot :) How can I get recipes for the "Cook like a Masterchef" event??

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    1. Hi SRS,
      Will love it if you can join us in this blog hop. And I totally love your space which has a great mix of recipes.
      You can get the recipes for MAsterchef Australia here,
      http://www.masterchef.com.au/home.htm

      Masterchef India,
      http://starplus.startv.in/show/masterchef-india-2/home_126.aspx

      or you can also make/bake recipes of the contestants which you can get from their blogs.

      Hope you'll find this helpful.

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    2. Awesome - thanks! I think I know what I am going to make :)

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  5. Thanks for the lovely class u conducted for us. It was very very informative and u are a great teacher too. Looking forward to learn to bake more and more from you. Go Bakers. Just like Go Lakers.

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  6. Hello Mam. Do you conduct teaching classes? Would like to join one.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Jyoti
    Jyoti.arora15@gmail.com

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  7. Hello Mam,

    Do you conduct baking classes? Would like to join one.

    Thanks,
    Jyoti

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  8. Hi Anuja,

    Nice meeting you through your blog... you have a great collection of baked goodies... I am your new follower... will be glad if u follow me back..

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  9. Hi Anju.......Myself Krishna just going throuth google to find some shop where I can get baking metrl.....sooooo happy to see yur page...I would like to know that any where gum paste is available?and also to join you one of your workshop for flower making...love
    Krishna...

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  10. Hi anuja..great blog and amazing recipes..helps a lot for someone who just started baking (me!)..baking in navi Mumbai is just what I wanted.. thanks again..would like to contact you regarding the workshops if that's possible
    Thanks
    Mehnaz

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  11. Hello,

    I write to explore your interest in a Dessert contest . If interested please do write to us at cupathon@cookiemanindia.com

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  12. Hi Anuja, Sangeetha here....was searching for cup cake recipes and chanced upon your blog....that's very good work Anuja....great going....:), planning to follow your blog closely and trying out some recipes ;)

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  13. Hi Anuja, Sangeetha here.....was searching for cup cake recipes and chanced upon your blog. Thats very good work Anuja :), planning to follow your blog closely and trying out some recipes...:)

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  14. Hi Anuja, Sangeetha here.....was searching for cup cake recipes and chanced upon your blog. Thats very good work Anuja :), planning to follow your blog closely and trying out some recipes...:)

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  15. Hi
    I am bangalore and would like to know whether to buy an OTG, convection oven with microwave option or a traditional built in oven to bake moist and wonderful cakes and muffins??

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  16. Hi
    I am bangalore and would like to know whether to buy an OTG, convection oven with microwave option or a traditional built in oven to bake moist and wonderful cakes and muffins??

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    1. Hi aditi, currently I m using all three options mentioned in your comment, and you know what, I m happy with each one of them. You decide what your budget is, the size constraint also matter a lot and how often do you bake...out of the three an OTG is best suited for our home baking. Try Morphy Richards or bajaj. These are pocket friendly and doesn't have over the top, confusing mechanisms. Hope this helps.

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