“There will not be peace unless access to the kebab is universal.”Kofi Annan For the souls who swear by the luscious aroma of tender meat, smoked and charred in a grill or tandoor, Old Delhi's Karim's is one of those holy places where if one does not step his or her foot at least once, … Continue reading Yeh Karim’s Hain Meri Jaan
Reminiscing my childhood cutlet story
Bringing food from the Hills to our dining room
How was my first Biryani experience, post Lockdown?
Ordering in for the first time since lockdown and how was this? Read on.
Keep calm & eat Aam.. No... Mango Phirni.. this time..
On the Doom's day, leave thee with a plate of Biriyani and thou shall rest in peace...Yours Truly With Bongs, the topic of Biriyani is extremely touchy. It's almost as if, we didn't have "rice-ceremony" in our childhood but it was a "biriyani-ceremony"! But that's how we are. Extremely passionate about things we love, more … Continue reading Memories of my first Biriyani moment