My need to voraciously absorb all odd bits of information was the reason why I used to be good at General Knowledge in school. Parents obviously approved and hence every Sunday night at 9.00 I was allowed to sit through Siddharth Kak-Renuka Shahane hosted Surabhi—a true blue infotainment programme which will strongly be embedded … Continue reading A Summer’s Day at Udvada
Who has time for fancy course-wise meals? A Thali is a simple, straightforward and wholesome meal on a plate. My story for June-July 2017 issue of Marwar India. Continue reading All Hail the Thali
There is more to Japan than just whisky. Here’s something I wrote for Food & Wine India. Continue reading Konichiwa Japan
Yes, I am going to sing praises of the coffees served at McCafe outlets, across India. Continue reading An ode to McDonald’s coffee
To say that these the two indigenous Greek varietals came as a surprise would be an understatement. This was the first time I tried Xynomavro and Agiorgitiko wines. Continue reading Going Grecian
Let’s face it; we Indians have a tendency of pushing for bargains, often at the risk of coming across as shameless. Continue reading The Value Hunt!