A philosophical enquiry into all the bellyaching that accompanies travel.
Kugels, krupniks, pierogis and more. | By Rathina Sankari
A hint of Hanoi in Canadian food, Singaporean satay with a Japanese twist, and a Punjabi touch to Polish pierogi: these chefs have the world on their plates.
Foods to die for, quite literally, from all over the world.
From Cubano to Uruguayan, five superb eating options.
When in the Port city, savour what the French do - fish soup for the soul.
The chef moved to London in 1993, but he still plates up Mumbai.
A writer looks high and low across the globe for the perfect iteration of the Punjabi classic, hoping to relive memories of her beloved grandparent.
Considering the exotic culinary legacy of India’s nawabi families. | Text and Photographs Courtesy: Dining with the Nawabs, Roli Books
A mother and daughter’s shared appetite for all kinds of food has meant a lifetime of adventure. | Photographs by Aysha Tanya.