Lunch in a Box – The Indian Tiffin.

Originally posted on Old Guv Legends:
Lunch in a box. Photograph: Chris Caldicott The word tiffin is also used as a name for a lunchbox. Tiffins (or dhabbas) come in all shapes and sizes, but traditionally they are round, with three or four stacking stainless steel compartments firmly sealed with a tight-fitting lid and a…

Of loss and tears

Dear Reader, Sometimes, when you are happy and you think you want more, life tends to surprise you in it’s own, good bad or ugly ways. Life as we know it can be pretty weird, it’s an amusing yet a painfully delicious juxtapose at the same time! I had thought about this blog post a few…

Kyoto Day 1

Originally posted on Joshua T. Chen:
On Tuesday afternoon we returned our rental bikes to Onomichi, took a slow train to Osaka, and then a high-speed train (Shinkansen) to Kyoto.? ?Lunch in Osaka Station, udon noodles with tempura topping, ready in about 2 minutes, cost $6-7. When we got to Kyoto that evening we walked…

Pork Hand Pies

Originally posted on Everyday Cheer:
For her summer job, my younger daughter often has to pack her supper in a lunch bag, so was looking for something “fantastic and tasty” to switch things up. These pork hand pies are what we came up with. Crust: 2 1/2 cups flour 1 tsp. sugar 1 tsp. salt…

May 16 is National Barbecue Day

Originally posted on Foodimentary – National Food Holidays:
National Barbecue Day Five Food Finds about Barbecue Barbecues have been a White House tradition since Thomas Jefferson. Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th president of the United States, hosted the first barbecue at the White House that featured Texas-style barbecued ribs. The most popular holidays for barbecuing…

Restaurant Review: Revival Restaurant, Chowpatty

Located on the first floor, it is a restaurant easy to miss had the sign board not been there. It is amazing how I had passed from that very road, perhaps more than a million times and yet missed this.

The No Spice Challenge

Without digressing, for a foodie like me who has the appetite for almost everything, it is really difficult to control my cravings. In my previous blog posts I’ve spoken about the Logic of Food, and how and why explained how binge eating is abusive to the body we live in.

Change and what it does to you!

“Changes are hard to start with, messy in the middle but gorgeous at the results” I couldn’t help ponder over it.
I agreed but what about the changes that are irreversible?

Restaurant Review: Kofuku

My love for Japanese food started quite a few years ago, when I first came across Teriyaki. Ever since then it has been playing hard to get with me. As soon as I think I know even a bit I have a whole new sides to discover, read about and eat! Okonomiyaki is something, I…

The joy of little things

What is happiness? I don’t mean to intellectulise and write a blog post that leaves you with a headache. I was just curious after spending a good time inside my cubicle and looking at my desktop stare back at me. Just like most of us, even happiness resists definition because it’s a free flow of…

Food Good Food

Food id my favourite F-word. Apart from the usual commotional non sense that surrounds food and the listicles about the must eats and food is something that you become. As a  fussy eater and a culinary enthusiasts I take my food seriously. I’ve always felt that food is always some thing more than to eat…