About me…

Hi, thanks for stopping by, my name is Nithya, an active food blogger. I will aim to keep my instructions simple and a lot easier to remember. “DIVINE SPICE ” is my attempt to channelise my cooking experiments 😉

A bit more about me – I was born and brought up in TamilNadu, a Southern state in India. I have been living in the UK for two years now. I am a self taught cook who believes in “eating good food makes you feel better”.

Coming back to my kitchen adventures, I never fancied cooking with fresh pounded spices until I realised the health benefits of spices and herbs. Thanks to the ever growing Internet knowledge base, I’m now after the hidden secrets behind every spice widely used in cooking, particulary Indian recipies.

This blog is my sincere attempt to bring together various styles of cooking across India which I believe have highly significant health benefits. So with the spices, why not try and incorporate them into the recipies you like the most and create a magic in the kitchen? I hope my blog can help you with some heathy and fusion recipie inspiration.

Please feel free to leave your comments and suggestions and I strongly believe your feedback will shape me into a better cook.

74 Comments Add yours

  1. Wow, I love your blog! Can’t wait to get started. 🙂

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    1. divinespice says:

      Thanks for stopping by and for your lovely words😊 I look forward to explorinh more of your posts !!

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  2. Thanks for the follow!

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  3. einfach glücklich says:

    Hello! Your blog is wonderful!

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  4. Hi, Nithya. Thank you for following Keith Kreates. We spent ten fabulous days in Kerala last year and we’re off to the Golden Triangle for a holiday after Christmas this year. I love much authentic Indian food, and look forward toi trying some of your suggestions.

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    1. divinespice says:

      That’s brill Keith, hope you have a great time!!

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    2. SoundEagle says:

      SoundEagle concurs with Mr Keith Channing on loving authentic Indian food, in which there has been so much diversity! Have you had a chance to try Nithya’s recipes yet, Mr Channing?

      Thank you for presenting your expertise in food with such flair, Nithya. 🙂

      SoundEagle would like to reciprocate your spirit of love of cooking with the following post:


      Please enjoy!

      Happy mid-August to both Keith and Nithya!

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      1. divinespice says:

        Thank you so much Soundeagle for your lovely comments ☺ Hope you enjoyed reading through my posts. Thanks for sharing the post which is pleasing to the eyes 👀


  5. drainbrainx says:

    Hey thanks for the follow 😉 Fucking love your blog

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  6. Nice to know about you.

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