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A Walk with Finely Chopped (and Bread Coma inside Yazdani Bakery)

A Walk with Finely Chopped (and Bread Coma inside Yazdani Bakery)

A few weeks ago, Sir Knife, or Kalyan of Finely Chopped fame, announced his second Food Walk–this time, he was going to Fort. I had missed his first walk, the one to Bohri Mohallah, the mecca of all things non-vegetarian and sinful. I was not going to miss his second walk–especially because the area has […]

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Saffron and Cardamom Lemonade

Saffron and Cardamom Lemonade

On Ranade Road in Dadar, there once sat a man who sold lemonade. Limbu Sarbat, actually—the Maharashtrian version of lemonade. On a crowded corner of a busy street, he would sit on a stool too small in proportion to his, well, vital statistics; a dirty brown Milton heat proof jug perched on another stool in […]

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Ragda Pattice

Ragda Pattice

My mum insists she hates cooking. She’s an artist, a dreamer. She says she’s rather spend a day at the art gallery or reading a book or listening to music rather than think of the zillion meals she has to put on the table for the family. She’s not much of an innovator in the […]

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Pineapple, Tomato and Onion Salsa

Pineapple, Tomato and Onion Salsa

There are some things that you must have when you’re entertaining. For me, it is this salsa. It is a ridiculously easy thing that you can make even a day in advance and serve to hungry guests, and get much more than just a pat on the back. Best as a cocktail snack. I serve […]

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Potato and Pea Samosas with Sweet Fennel and Chili Dipping Sauce

Potato and Pea Samosas with Sweet Fennel and Chili Dipping Sauce

It was in the dark space under the main staircase. The chapel was right next to it but who cared about god other than during exams? The building was otherwise beautiful—large, bright, and airy, with huge expanses of playgrounds around it. Tall conifers stood testimony to the many generations that made their way through the […]

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Roasted corn on the cob

Roasted corn on the cob

If you’re from Bombay, you’re probably also up right now, wondering what happened to the city. Wondering why, out of the blue, our beloved city is targeted yet again. Wondering what we did to deserve this, and if it will ever be possible to let a loved one go out for a casual walk without […]

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Pan-grilled prawns

Pan-grilled prawns

I don’t own a barbecue. I don’t even own one of those fancy stove-top grills. What I do have, however, is my trusty old cast iron skillet. I use it for practically everything—dosas, uttappas, thalipeeths and other members of the crepe and pancake family, eggs, bhakris, quesadillas, and sandwiches. I also use it to smoke […]

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