Food is the great unifier that connects us across cultures and generations. Food is one of the most common grounds that people can easily connect to. We all have had those moments when we smelled some food that reminded us of our childhood, bringing a series of nostalgic moments, or we have also recreated a dish that we had in a different place or from a different culture that immediately brought us back to that place.
Food can quite literally propel you to another time, another country, another culture without even leaving your dining table.
We have seen numerous food bloggers who are leaving an impact on their audience through their journey of exploring different foods and cuisines. We are going to talk about one such blogger, Aashritha Daggubati, who, through her initiative ‘Infinity Platter’, is exploring different aspects of food blogging, baking, and traveling.
Aashritha calls herself a self-taught baker and food & travel blogger. She is currently residing in Barcelona, Spain, with her husband Vinayak Reddy. She has roots in South India and she says that she plans on exploring the culinary arts, the people behind them, and see the world while doing it.
Aashritha’s specialty is baking desserts, and if you follow her on Instagram you might be aware of the drool-worthy dessert photos that she keeps on posting. She has traveled to many places – from local to international and has explored different cuisines before she picked on baking desserts.
She started her business through pop-up stores during major occasions like Halloween, Christmas, etc… and organized her first flea market ‘Infinity Bazaar’ along with 13 young entrepreneurs in the city, which turned out to be a great success.
Now diving deep into the world of social media, Aashritha has opened her YouTube channel as a medium to interact with her followers more and to share her journey as a food and travel blogger.
Giving us an insight on what to expect from her YouTube channel, she posted the channel trailer:
Check out some of the mouth-watering pictures of desserts baked by Aashritha herself.