I have been off wheat for a few days…to be fair, there weren’t that many days since I last had a ‘roti’, but it did make me appreciate and made me realize how much I miss this humble flatbread! To keep myself busy, I should’ve not
Kashmiris love to start their day with either a steaming hot cup of ‘kahwa‘ or with ‘noon chai‘ also called ‘sheer chai‘ along with a nicely baked bread fresh from the bakery. While ‘Lavasa‘ or ‘Girda’ are favourites, there are many more varieties to choose from.
I grew up in Allahabad, a lovely town in India, with a relatively large ‘Bengali’ population. This meant that I had the luxury of being invited to delicious traditional meals at their homes quite often. However, recently when I was having a chat (well, on facebook) a friend claimed
Last week was celebratory with Lohri, Makar Sankranti, and special anniversaries. This also means that I gorged on a lot of delicious food that essentially did not contribute to my health and wellness quotient. I get my love for food from my father, who always pampered us (and
India is the country that celebrates hundreds of festivals, small and big, in a single year and each one of those are celebrated with large amounts of food. Let me wish our lovely readers a very, happy and food-filled Pongal and for those celebrating the great, auspicious, Makar
The lovely vacation is over, but I am still reeling under the Goa hangover. It’s justified I think since I had a wonderful time and want to share the great things I saw, ate and shopped there. I promise, it won’t go beyond this week
As we continue our love for street food – exploring the new while revisiting the old, I chanced upon some old photographs of some of us at Vijay Chaat enjoying ‘çoconut patties’. As nostalgia sets in and I am taken back to the euphoric time I had with