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Weekends with home chefs - Interview Series

Welcome to the newest interview series, "Weekends with home chefs", exclusively on Chilirush.
As part of this new blog series, we are inviting all cooking lovers to be featured on Chilirush. We shall feature you, giving you all that publicity plus lot of goodies. Our aim is to boost amateurs who has got the passion for cooking.

Please send us the below info asap, you might be one of our featured chefs this weekend.


Please answer these questions:
  1. Introduce yourself – tell us a bit about yourself
  2. Where does your passion for cooking come from?
  3. Where do you get your recipe inspiration from?
  4. Any ingredients you can’t stand? As well, which one you can’t do without?
  5. Are there any cooking techniques, dishes or styles that particularly intimidate you or are there any which you're yet to try?
  6. Share your worst cooking nightmare. Any epic recipe failure?
  7. What’s the most adventurous dish you’ve ever eaten?
  8. How did your cooking change your life?
  9. What is your message to our readers, food lovers and aspiring chefs?

Your Contact Information

  • Your public email address
  • Phone number (will not be published if not authorized by you)
  • Website URL (If any)
  • Facebook Page (If any)
  • Twitter handle (If any)
  • Instagram URL (If any)
  • Any other social media links
  • Photos (Max 10 Photos) Featuring 
    • Cooking Action
    • Food presentation
    • With Family / Friends
    • Any other pictures you want to publish on our blog.
  • Your postal address (To receive, gifts and other material ) 
Send the above to 

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