Flying Malpuas, a must-see video of the making of this sweet treat on the street!

  Malpuas are a delicacy synonymous with the Muslim community of India and found along most street corners during Ramadaan. They are delicious, extremely rich crepes that are deep fried and eaten warm. Sometimes with a healthy dollop of even more ghee (clarified butter) or with dried fruits, sweetened cream or sheera (a thick semolina based … Continue reading Flying Malpuas, a must-see video of the making of this sweet treat on the street!

San Sebastian’s Bar Bergara- A local Pintxo bar that’s not on the traveller’s trail

    You can’t go to San Sebastian and have a food-less moment. It’s true what they say about this part of the world. The people here are food-obsessed. And their love for food is transformed into the most delicious dishes you will ever have the pleasure of tasting.     Make no mistake, this is … Continue reading San Sebastian’s Bar Bergara- A local Pintxo bar that’s not on the traveller’s trail

Mysore, a city of palaces and Gods.

Ranganathan Temple Mysore
Ranganathan Temple Mysore

If you thought that Mysore starts with silk and ends with sandalwood, you’ve missed a lot of the good stuff in the middle. This is a place steeped in history, but quiet in it’s telling of it.
A place where religion is deeply embedded in the goings-on of the day, whether you notice it or not. A place where the people will happily share whatever they have with you, in exchange for a small glimpse into your life. And quite unexpectedly, a place that serves up some of the best food… from other parts of India. The Mysore I was privileged enough to see took me from imposing palaces and colourful markets to ancient temples and endearing rituals.

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