Small Food Blogger now become Youtube Celebrity

As it occurs, one venturesome culinary specialist, 33-year-old Mubashir Saddique, gives you a look at life in his local country setting in Shahpur, finish with salivating little luxuries that one can make even in a town.

Furthermore, what better approach to catch the sights, sounds, and experience of him making his dishes, than by catching and transferring recordings of him over at YouTube. You can see everything, and can't resist the urge to feel voracious as he painstakingly readies his dishes.

The kicker? His YouTube channel Village Food Secrets has just pulled in an enormous fan following. Envision this, a villager in Pakistan utilizing the marvels of versatile innovation and online networking to achieve a huge number of individuals consistently.

With 519,879 supporters as of now, Saddique serves up recordings of formulas that he reproduces for his fans. Would you like to know how to heat a pizza in a remote town in Pakistan?

His page is loaded with such clever minimal culinary hacks for voyagers. No big surprise he's gotten the sort of footing that numerous YouTube vloggers long for.


Amazingly, his cooking reality indicate is covered with formulas on the best way to make everything from pastries to a convenient solution nibble.

About Mubashir Saddique

He wasn't generally a gourmet specialist. Also, things weren't as simple for him before he propelled his channel on the web.

Saddique functioned as a creation supervisor at a plant that made football, the distance to Sialkot. He recalls how it used to take him 90 minutes to achieve work from Shahpur to Sialkot consistently. On account of the achievement of his cooking show on the web, he doesn't need to work at the plant any longer.

As stunning as it sounds, Mubashir told media outlets that this thought of beginning a cooking channel wasn't roused by cash, at any rate not from the start. He was more worried about sharing his celebrated 'hundreds of years old' formulas with the world. He just began with his cellphone camera to record recordings, and the rest, as is commonly said, is history.


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