Eat More Art is an award-winning vegetarian/vegan food blog – an ambrosia celebrating love, beauty, and wholesomeness on a platter.
My name is Sonal. I am a passionate food blogger and love to create innovative and flavorful vegetarian & vegan dishes. I love to click pictures of food that I make – as I believe you eat the food first with your eyes! I believe the food that we cook and eat should nourish our mind, body, and soul. I try to bring soul to the recipes that I cook. As someone once said, “A recipe has no soul. You as the cook must bring soul to the recipe”.
I have a background in Finance, have my CPA, and am a Finance Professional, by career. Founded in year 2009, Eat More Art (earlier called Cafe’ Mint) has received many awards including Lufthansa Airline ‘Flavors of India’ contest 2010, Best Food Photo award at the Indian Food Bloggers Awards 2013, 2015, First runner-up Best Vegetarian Food Blog 2018, and First runner-up Best Food Blog 2021, as well as Best Recipe Blog 2021, the CFO Contest nominations in 2014, 2015, and 2019, Sanjeev Kapoor’s Dessert of the Month January 2014, VOSS #beTHEChef Contest runner-up 2015, Top 5 finalist Living Foodz Cook-off 2018, a noteworthy mention by Pam Grout – the author of the book E-Squared, and many more nominations.
I have been very fortunate to have Eat More Art (earlier Cafe’ Mint) blog admirers in friends, family, and fans from around the world. That in itself is one of the biggest awards for me.
Through my passion, creativity, and art that I express here on this blog, I intend to positively touch and inspire the lives of many and in some way make this world a better place. If you like it, pass on the cheer and help those who would benefit from this blog.
I am a believer in presenting food well, no matter how simple a meal you are eating, and no matter whether you are eating by yourself or hosting a party of 100. Food cooked and presented artfully enhances the taste of the meal. And when you present and/or eat it with love, it is bound to have a positive impact on your mind, body, and soul. I have always believed that myself and hence wanted to use this platform to encourage people around the world to cook/eat more artfully and with love – and hence the name ‘Eat More Art’