It is always a thrill to visit the International Restaurant & Food Service Show In New York. In three action packed days one can get a comprehensive idea of exciting food and beverage trends about to hit the market. Although, I have to admit that, I can only take … Continue Reading ››
I love omelets. Give me an omelet for breakfast, lunch or even dinner and you wont hear me complaining. Although, being of Indian origin, I like my omelets to be robust in flavor and spice. I like to add lots of onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, cilantro (yes cilantro), green chillies….Continue Reading ››
Yes, after months upon months of hearing all the cronut hype, I finally got my first taste of this one-of-kind-sweet-treat! This month’s version was incredible layers of airy and crunchy pastry with a surprisingly delightful cream filling of Valrhona milk chocolate, topped with caramelized malt icing and a drizzle of … Continue Reading ››
A trip to Delhi, India is an explosion of sensory experiences.
Loud noises(from horns blaring), millions and millions of people out on the streets (at all times of day or night), perpetual atmospheric haze (from the pollution and dust), constant raw chill in the air during winter months (both outside and inside … Continue Reading ››
Last week I promised a sequel to my “Top 10 bites in Fairfield county”. And so here we are with “My Top 10 bites beyond Fairfield county”. A list compiled from my travels near an far. From New York city to Urbana-Illinois to … Continue Reading ››
Just under an hour’s drive from Fairfield County, this most authentic “Little Italy” in the city is bursting with incredible Italian shopping and eateries. And I have no friggin’ idea why it took me this long to finally visit Arthur Avenue in the Bronx!
Perhaps my hesitation was that I knew nothing … Continue Reading ››
New York magazine calls him “The Guy Who Ate Queens”. Intrigued?
Queens, New York is a melting pot of world cultures. If the entire world was shrunk into a condensed little ball - what you may get is Queens! Indian, Pakistani, Tibetan, Malaysian, Ecuadorian, Chinese, Nepalese, Mexican..... you name the ethnicity and … Continue Reading ››