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God’s own canteen

A Dhaka connoisseur savours divine cuisine in backwoods Kerala.

| Nov 29, 2006

The chaateries of North India

A Karachi-wali pines for the gol-gappi-walla of Delhi, and can’t have enough of the fare at Nathu’s, Haldiram’s and Saagar.

| Nov 29, 2006

Modernity’s magnetism and the rage of rejects

A review of Pankaj Mishra's 'Temptations of the West: How to be modern in India, Pakistan, Tibet and beyond'.

| Nov 24, 2006

Mountain meal memories

Hard work yielded so little in the Garhwal hills, but the taste was there to stay.

| Nov 20, 2006

The creeping crypto-nationalist cuisine

There is a radical shift in food culture underway in Southasia, even though there is nothing that you could identify as a regionwide cuisine.

| Nov 20, 2006

Project Afghanistan and the thinking enemy

Five years of backward progress on securing the country now has NATO forces taking over security in Afghanistan. With few of the lessons of the past having sunk in, it appears unlikely that the country …

| Nov 09, 2006

In search of a high cuisine

Going to Southasian restaurants should not feel like attending a funeral.

| Nov 09, 2006

Who needs butter chicken?

The search for (and the finding of) a proud Assamese tradition of food.

| Nov 08, 2006

Hash and mutton: Stalking the alleys of Peshawar

Peshawar’s old markets are a paradise of meat delicacies and unconventional appetisers.

| Nov 04, 2006

A basic Kathmandu thaali

Time may be the most important ingredient in creating a good meal.

| Nov 04, 2006

Veggie living, contemporary thinking

Who knew that being a Buddhist and a vegetarian could be so difficult?

| Nov 04, 2006

What the winds brought us

Centuries ago, traders and missionaries brought good taste to Kerala.

| Nov 04, 2006

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