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Carrot Halwa Blondie Bars - an Update..







This has been one of my all time favorite recipes that I had created when I began writing this blog.. Just as a child who's distinguished him/herself and making a parent proud, Today, I'm so humbled & proud that my recipe for Carrot Halwa Blondie Bars has been picked by Cooking Channel as the  winner in the Indian Category. The show is called 'The Perfect 3' and I've been invited to tape a webisode at the Food Network Studios in New York City in February with Kelsey Nixon, the host of the show.

Thanks so much for the support & encouragement from all of you readers!

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  1. Congrats! I hope I get to meet you there!

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  2. Thanks Natalie & congrats to you as well, Hope to meet you in person next week!

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  3. I cannot wait to taste this Niv! Do post the recipe as soon as you can! All the very best and enjoy NY!

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  4. Congrats again and keep us posted. The wardrobe please :)

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  5. Trousers, Fab India top, desi oxidized silver accessories,

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  6. Congratulations! Be proud of yourself.

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  7. oops.... i am late. i came to know about this just now. congrats and i will be soon trying the recipe.

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