If you want to experience old world Mumbai, a visit to Yazdani is a must. And don’t forget to try this chai and bun/brun maska!!
This traditional Indian dessert will make anybody’s (who’s grown up in India) mouth water.
Drying spices on rooftops in rural India. This a a common sight in most households in rural India.
verytime I see this image, I am hungry and I feel a twinge of regret. If only i had stopped by to taste some. Bhature and a variety of Pakoras at the Mall Mussourie, Uttarakhand. And wait a minute, do I also see a Samosa?
(c) Vandana Kandpal Such sights are not uncommon in my lovely city of Bombay (Mumbai). Yes, there is shortage of … More
These are no ordinary chillies. I say that because I have burnt my mouth before. They are the famous Naga Raja Chillies (king chillies) and are considered to be one of the hottest chillies on this planet. And if you are advised to taste them using a toothpick then please taste then using a toothpick.
Raju sets up a portable roadside kitchen/ stall every morning. He makes pizzas and sandwiches mostly for the hawkers setting up stalls along the Causeway and early morning office goers.
Wonder what the Italians would say to this. Chinese Tortellini?
Picked these up from our Parchoonwalla in Colaba. don’t know what these are called but it looks like a diet … More