Foodabulous Fest September 2013 - Event Announcement

"Foodabulous Fest" is origin from (food +fabulous + festivals) where we can prepare fabulous food for specific festivals and special days to celebrate. It’s a monthly series which celebrate every month with monthly festivals and special day. 

In September month, there are number of festivals which celebrate in India. Here is list of some festivals and special days which celebrate in Sept.

Teacher’s day
Ganesh Chaturthi
Radha Asthmi

Being a Keralite, the celebrations of Onam is always something I look with awe. More than the festivities, it is the variety of vegeterian delicacies that are prepared and served during the festival. So, why don't we keep the theme as "Onam specialities" this month? This will be a chance for me to collect and learn about the food as well. ;) Off to the rules of the event: 

Rules for the event:
  • The event runs through the month of September.
  • Any course of meal but related to theme.  Only vegetarian recipes are allowed.
  • Use linky tools to enter your recipes at the end of post 
  • You have to follow Simply TADKA via GFC and Facebook, as well as follow this blog through GFC and Facebook.
  • No archives please, only fresh entries can add during the month of September
  • Usage of logo is compulsory; it's recommended that you use it as it helps spread the word.
  • The post must to be linked with Foodabulous Fest Event organised by SimplyTADKA and to this event announcement page, it’s compulsory. 
  • In case you have a problem using linky tool you can send the details to my email ID in the following format using subject line of Foodabulous Fest- Celebrate September Series. You’re Name, Email- id, Blog Name, Blog URL, Recipe Name, Recipe URL, Picture (300px). 
  • For the Non-Blogger: You can share your recipe with details and pictures to my email-id in the following format using subject line of Foodabulous Fest- Celebrate Sept. Series.
Looking forward for the lots of recipe for Month of September’s celebrations. Do link in your recipes here: 

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