As pro-vegetarian and vegan narratives gain gumption in India, a closer look at the ethical, environmental, and social realities of this dialogue.
Was the adrak halwa truly created for an ailing Nawab? Determined to find the origins of the halwa, food researcher Tarana Khan looks for clues in Rampur’s libraries, kitchens and at a local halwa festival.
For lawyer-turned-artist Aditya Raj, painting is also a way to explore and celebrate his city. In this interview, he speaks to us about candies from his childhood, sketching in restaurants, and chicken pakodas in Karol Bagh in Delhi.
A kitchen in a fire temple in Mumbai doles out humble yet delightful Parsi sweets that find a place in religious ceremonies and at tea-time alike.