How can you possibly write a travel narrative without including food? Food is one of the most definitive characteristics of a place. Whether it’s over a vacation or exploring a whole new city I just moved to, food has always played a significant role in shaping my experiences. I am sure most of you would agree with me. Well, I moved to Mumbai last year […]
Tibetan cuisine transcends far beyond than just momos and thukpa. This is an attempt to write about one such encounter that makes Tibetan food an integral part of the whole travel experience.
The Makhania Lassi is one of a kind. It is a creamy concoction of thick strained yoghurt and a few other ingredients that give it the deliciously creamy texture. It is served with a spoon because you really can’t drink it. Yes, you need to eat it.
Located near the Sardar Market and Clocktower, Shri Mishrilal Hotel in Jodhpur is an age old business run by a family of entrepreneurs and dates back to the year 1927.
Found mostly in the Himalayan regions of Sikkim, West Bengal and Bhutan, chhurpi is not just another candy or lozenge, it’s a way of life. All along the streets of these places, you can spot numerous shops selling garlands of what look like hardened cheese cubes brown or white in colour.