Hi there!  I’m Farihah, aka “Spiceaholic.”

I love food, it’s really as simple as that.  Eating it, reading about it, cooking it, talking about, you name it, I love it.

Whether it’s through sharing recipes, restaurant reviews, posting daily eats, or random musings, Spice’s Bites is my way of sharing the different and delicious ways that food impacts my life.

You’ll find that many of the recipes have a slant towards Indian/South Asian cooking.  Well, this is because I come from a South Asian background, so for me those kinds of foods are my comfort food.  Making these dishes is a way for me to keep connected with my culture and to nourish not only my soul but my husband and me!

My restaurant reviews are not limited to any one area.  You’ll see me eating all over the place, anywhere there’s good food to be eaten! I have been known to plan a trip around restaurants that I want to try.

In “real life” I am a CPA and live in the Atlanta, GA area with my husband (aka Mr. Spice) and our crazy cat Chloe.

Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoy!

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Sarah@SarahCupcake November 6, 2011 at 7:26 pm

It was nice to meet you Saturday night. I hope you had a great time at the festival and got home safe! You’ve got some really great recipes that I would love to try, and I hope you check out my site as well! 😉
P.S. Love your graphics!

spiceaholic November 7, 2011 at 8:29 am

Hey Sarah!

Great meeting you as well, hope you had as much fun as I did! I’d love to keep in touch.

Shut Up & Cook June 11, 2012 at 7:53 pm

So nice to meet you this past weekend at BlogHer. Love your site! Sadly my husband can’t really do spicy food, so I’m going to have to wait for a Girl’s Weekend and try a bunch of these recipes! Hope to cross paths again soon!

spiceaholic June 14, 2012 at 8:03 pm

It was so nice to meet you too! I love the name of your blog, by the way! I have plenty of non-spicy stuff on here as well, so hopefully you can find something your husband will like too. 🙂

Julie @ Table for Two December 4, 2012 at 10:16 pm

hey there! nice meeting you this past weekend and having you across the hall from us 🙂 looking forward to keeping in touch! xo

spiceaholic December 9, 2012 at 10:00 am

It was nice meeting you too! I’m definitely looking forward to keeping in touch!

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