Indian wines have been in the spotlight for a while now; for reasons good or bad is another story in itself. The biggest trouble is as simple as the fact that people do not know what to buy. To top that, the nearby ‘wine shop’ in your locality will not be able to help you … Continue reading Aryan delights
I am a kid from the Mickey Mouse generation. In the days when cable television access was limited and national television channel, Doordarshan, would show cartoons on Sundays, I was one of many kids to make a beeline for them. Even if we don’t consider them humorous anymore, I am sure we garnered few smiles … Continue reading Mickey on your plate
Oysters always intrigued me. Living in more extreme climates of the country and with no support of my vocation, my experience of oysters were mostly limited to the diluted oyster sauce which is a must for any stand-alone Chinese restaurant worth its salt. My first fresh oyster wasn’t that grand either. In a five-star hotel … Continue reading Oysters aweigh
French fries made the French way in duck fat by a cute looking French server – isn’t that a thrill! Continue reading The kettle and the fireplace
Often, airline food is looked upon with a lot of suspicion, and considered inferior. I have never had a bad experience, except for an overcooked fish and stiff puris. As a matter of fact I think getting food ready for a long distance craft requires much more scientific precision than molecular gastronomy. Temperature of the food … Continue reading An Upgraded experience!