Who ate the apple?


The foodie-goodie couple welcomes you warmly! 🙂

Whether you are new or an experienced chef visiting my site, you will find a lot of authentic Indian recipes, with detailed flavor-boosting techniques. I encourage you that you too can cook awesome-toothsome 🙂 Yes, No matter how many burnt bottom skillets shout out otherwise!! 😉

I am Jofy Abraham, writer, author, and photographer of this blog. I am the dearie-cookie wife of an absolute foodie Satish Abraham who lives with the simple motto- “Eat, Enjoy, Work out, Keep calm and Crack oracle databases.”

Before my wedding… my friends would comment, “You make papads that take after your complexion, Jofy”, typical of the South Indian obsession with fair skin…

I recollect my Facebook status update back in 2012 “Ini Muyarchi panrathe illa” (I give up!).

But the truth was I could not give up cooking simply because cooking fascinates me.

Around this time, I heard a stirring statement by Victoria Osteen, “You can have all the talent in the world, but if you don’t have the persistence, you’ll never bring it out. Press through and see your gifts and talents come through!”

In 2014, God parceled a muscle man to me via “Better-half couriers”, who endured and encouraged all my thumbs-up and thumbs-down cooking attempts and ‘burnt offerings’ 😀   Here I stand today, definitely not a pro yet, but an everyday-learner who is proud and persistent!

I choose to pen down my experiences, kitchen tricks and tips, tried and tested recipes, and authentic Mamma’s recipes.

And, I am a lover of Jesus and all my posts have connection with HIM because I cannot pass by a day without thinking of HIM and HE cannot pass by a second without thinking of me 🙂

I convey my heartfelt thanks and appreciation to every genuine blogger in this space.

Pinning this board here – “Feedback and comments help me grow”

Mail me your honest feedback, your tried and tested recipe photographs, and your doubts, at foodieadamcookieeve@gmail.com. I can’t wait to hear from you!

Thank you for joining me on this culinary journey and I am sure we will together discover a hidden talent within each of us! 😀

Love & Shalom,

Jofy Abraham.



34 thoughts on “Who ate the apple?

  1. way to go girl.. good to see ur cooking blog.. was thinking of getting some recipes from u.. but now i can get them all under this blog.. 🙂

  2. Jofy, am quite happy to see you have excellent culinary skills .. Adds a feather to your cap..
    Supriya Deva Prakash

  3. Hi I am from Pakistan… loved to visit your blog and I congratulate you for e success of your blog, to share your wonderful cooking experience with us…God bless you n keep shining in the Holy name of Jesus Christ….

  4. Hey Jofy
    Was going through your blog and did try your mushroom gravy! Was completely different shud say it had a touch of Mediterranean flavour. More than that I came across a beautiful saying “you may have all the talent, unless you are persistent it will not come out” wow!! I’m sure we have heard variations of this all through our life, but it was a perfect dose that I needed over this week. Thank you Jofy gal keep up the good work!!

  5. Hello there Jofy

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