A wanderlust with a penchant for great food? An inquisitive explorer of cuisines and ingredients.
An experimental chef who lives and loves cooking with a motto to reach millions.
A chef who believes in simple cooking, great tasting dishes for everyday life.
You need to love food to cook. I was ecstatic when I made my first omelets. It was burnt to cinders and sloppy. What made me go on was a small lie when my mom said, "It's really nice". Just shows that in this beautiful world, there are people who'll love your food just cos you made it. And it's these people for who you should strive hard to dish out the best.
I have travelled around the world to countries far and wide and have interacted with thousands of food enthusiasts and common men and women folk. Mostly I found that the challenge with cooking is people think it's 'a challenge'. I had the best lemonade on a stand near Central Park; the best Sushi in Jamaica by a 82 year old Japanese lady; The best Aloo Paratha in Lebanon and the most amazing pizza in a small village in Florence.
And through the years, what I have experienced, I carried with me and that is here at your Chef Ram's. This is not a website. It's a journal which I have started and hope that in days to come there will be hundreds who will join me. To share recipes, secrets, bloopers and even live experiences.
Chef Ram's is for all - the trained chefs, amateurs, virgin cooks, the girlfriends impressers, the contest winners et al.
Start your journey today with me. Travel far and wide for the world is your kitchen!
My fellow travelers
“I have known Ram for almost 12 years now. What amazes me till date is the simplicity of his recipes and how he can turn simple carrot and coriander into an awesome soup for the evening. Sometimes I have wondered if he would have used the carrot at all... :)
Brevity is his secret and taste his result.
Love you Ram to the kitchen & back!”
“If someone could make Ratatouille look simpler, I'd like to meet him or her. For then I'd introduce them to Ram. I'm happy to be part of his journey here on the web. You could spends just minutes through his pages and still be so enlightened about how the kitchen is actually a playground and not a rocket launch station.
“Ram is from my hometown in India and from our teenage I have always observed how he would treat the kitchen as his laboratory. His awesome experiments would result in great recipes for one and all. Am really happy to be part of his website here and wish him the very best in taking his knowledge to corners of the world.
Good luck Ram!”