The Poetic One

I always had interest in poetry, Faiz Ahmed Faiz is one of my favourite poet. However, one cannot forget Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib, fondly known as Mirza Ghalib. When one talks of Delhi, its culture and its food I am always curious about knowing the city when it had some soul: Purani Dilli. Talking about…

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The Displaced One

As I said in my first post on this page, food is something that binds us together, knowingly or unknowingly. This is one such dish that crossed the border during India-Pakistan partition and maybe just like many other refugees, it too got displaced. For me the dish is representation of how two different foods can…

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The Forbidden One

I haven’t traveled to North East India, the culture, the people, the food, I am yet to experience in person. One state that has my interest is Manipur, it’s one of the eight northeastern states in India, shares its domestic borders with other northeastern states like Nagaland, Mizoram, Assam and international border with Myanmar. This makes…

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Diamond in the rough

This here is a beautiful example of how we are attached to our food, and how it travels to tell the tale, no matter where we go in life. You might not have heard of the thing here but I am lucky enough to have this since my childhood. It’s something I never felt like…

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Go Goa Gone

Goa, a place that is soaked in history and heritage. Sun, Sand, Sea food, what else one wants when in Goa. The Portuguese ruled Goa for about 450 years, and heavily influenced Goan culture, cuisine, and architecture. Be it sea food or meat, Goan taste cannot be found anywhere else. And the people who have kept these recipes alive…

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From the Peacock Throne

Meethi boliyaan sun loAasmaani rangon kiMeethi boliyaan sun loBezubaani lamhon ki As it’s commonly said in India, shuruwat tou meethe se hi hoti hai!Here is ‘Sevaiyaan,’ a dish that I am fond of. The most beautiful thing about it is the creaminess & the nutty flavour. I often think how things might have been decades…

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Have a seat

Food completes the circle of creativity, passion, happiness & joy. – Chef Ranveer Brar – – What is The H Table ? Well, to start off its a food journal that will have recipes, stories, & pictures of food that I cook. The H here stands for History, because I believe everything has a past,…

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