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Friday Chat With Bloggers - Lucky Winner Announcement

Let me start with a big “Thank you “to everyone for making this event successful till now with all your love, support and lovely comments...   I started this Event on January of this year and Divya Pramil from youtoocancook helped me in finalizing the event logo and banner. Big hug and thanks to u dear :)

After finalizing everything I requested viji from Virunthu unna vanga to start my event as my first guest and immediately she accepted and gave us a yummy sweet.

Later got lots of lovely response from blogger friends through mail... The entire recipe which was sent by our friends was awesome and delicious. The interesting part is to know more about their likes, favorites and their first experience in cooking. I really enjoyed all the chats and especially the tips that everyone shared with us was really very useful.

So far successfully completed 11 weeks and as I promised am going to select one lucky winner from the 10 Bloggers. Last week Friday blogger Sangeetha Nambi will be included in the next 10 bloggers.

Let’s see our first ten bloggers……

1 . Viji from Virunthu unna vaanga

2. Sharanya Palaniswami from Saras Tasty buds

3.  Preeti from

4. Maha / Usha from Mahas Lovely home

5. Jillu Anand from Jiya’s delicacy

6. Sangeetha from

7. Nabanitha from

8. Kirthi from

9. Poorni from

10. Archana from

So are you excited to know the gift???

Here it is…..

Hope you all like this :)

And the winner should have an Indian address; if not please send your relatives / Friends address who resides in India… so that it will be easy for me to courier. And the winner, please send your contact details in couple of days.

No more delay to know the lucky winner….











               VIJI from VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

Congrats Viji :) Please mail me your contact details in couple of days…

Thank you so much everyone for accepting my request and participating in my event…  :)
Meet you all same week with an another interesting blogger :)

If you are interested in my Friday Chat With Bloggers Event…Please do mail me at


  1. Wow Congratzzz :) Greatt :) :)

  2. Its very surprised to me... Thank u priya for the wonderful event and the giveaway... very happy... Thanks Archana n Sangee...:)

  3. congrats viji,expecting more bakes from u.cute gift.

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  5. Congrats Viji... and the event was really attractive and lovely too... Thanks to Priya also.

  6. Congrats Viji,Lovely give away Priya...
    Interesting event and it is fun to know about everybody.


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