It’s our first Chef of the Week column for April and we have Chef Rimjhim Jain in the spotlight!
Chef Rimjhim explained to us how she got started on FoodyBuddy. She said, ” I always wanted to open a kitchen but couldn’t do so because of a lack of resources and bandwidth, but I heard about Foody buddy from my neighbour and it sounded very fascinating to me. I downloaded the app and started selling!”
Having sold over 1000 meals during her time on the platform, we asked Chef Rimjhim what keeps her inspired and she answered, “Cooking is my passion and after seeing the good response from the people who are buying from me, I was even more motivated.”
Chef Rimjhim specialises in North Indian food and said that her most popular dishes are Matar Paneer, Poha, and Chole Bhature!
Chef Rimjhin also said, “The thing I remember about my interaction with Foodies is the praising my cooking and this motivates me more!”
She also had some very simple advice for new Buddies. She said, “This is a great platform just start and keep moving!” Great advice, ma’am 🙂
And in closing, Chef Rimjhim said, “Foodybuddy has become my habit and I will keep carrying the habit to future!”
Thank you so much for being such an awesome part of FoodyBuddy, ma’am, and all the very best to you going forward 🙂
If you would like to be a Home Chef on FoodyBuddy, please register by clicking here!
We have our biggest Hall of Fame week ever with an unprecedented SIXTY-SEVEN entrants including NINETEEN Master Chefs! Congrats to all the entrants and click here for the entire list: https://www.foodybuddy.in/hall-of-fame
If you would like to take part in this week’s Hall of Fame contest, please remember to check your e-mails!
That’s it from us for now! Have a great week, everyone 🙂
We’re doing something a little different today. We are writing this post for one simple reason: Because we wanted to say thank you 🙂
Our wonderful buyers and sellers are the lifeblood of our platform and since launching three years ago, we have had some truly heart-warming moments with all of you!
Take, for example, this Buddy Advisory Committee meeting which was an amazing experience and made all of us smile with joy!
And the special interactions between buyers and sellers are what makes FoodyBuddy the success it is today:
And recently, we conducted a survey about what FoodyBuddy means to our users and all of you responded with messages which were overwhelmingly supportive. We created a special graphic with your responses!
So, once again. On behalf of everyone here at FoodyBuddy, thank you to each and every one of you 🙂
If you would like FoodyBuddy to be launched in your apartment community, please contact us by clicking here!
Day Three of the Foodie Premier League saw just one solitary match pitting the Rajasthan Raj Kachoris against Salan Raitha Hyderabad and it was the Rajasthan team that came out victorious in a close contest.
They defeated the Hyderabad side by a score of 449 to 350 with Aloo Matar Sabji with Puri combining with Aloo Parathas to get them across the finish line.
Despite a strong showing by Veg Biriyani for the Salan Raitha squad, it was the Raj Kachoris that claimed their first two points of the season. Here is the updated table below: