• vegnonveg “An Animal Lover and a Meat Eater?”: The Pain of Being Punjabi and Vegetarian

    Being vegetarian has never been an option in my household. But when my newly vegetarian friend asked how I could be a “woke” animal lover and still eat meat, I didn’t have an answer. The worst part? The judgment from my parents – my mutton-kebab-eating parents.

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  • A Petition to Stop the Cake-Smashing Ritual on Birthdays

    In India, poverty isn’t just a state of mind, and paisa-vasooli is a way of life. Yet, people buy an extra birthday cake, just to smash it gleefully in some unfortunate soul’s face. What gives?

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  • ponkhpakodas Ponkh Pakodas Recipe

    Turn tender young jowar into these crisp, crunchy ponkh pakodas before winter fades and takes ponkh with it.

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  • ponkhchaat Ponkh Chaat Recipe

    Ditch the cooking and toss up this spicy, tangy chaat with ponkh or tender jowar. Guaranteed to take away the back to work blues.

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  • BombayBhurjiPav Bombay Bhurji Pav

    Naye saal ke pehle hangover ki bajao, with this utterly, butter-ly delicious bhurji pav.

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  • nyegarlicbread Garlic Bread Ring Recipe

    Ring in the new year with this Garlic Bread Ring recipe.

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  • newyear The Real NYE Party Starters

    Get your NYE party started with these easy to make starters that are guaranteed to ensure you have a very Happy New Year.

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  • Winter Special: Ponkh Pancakes

    Ponkh or Hurda is the local name for tender young jowar, available only during winters. Here's how you can turn it into delicious, savoury pancakes for a healthy breakfast.

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  • 3 Courses, 4 Minutes: Indian inspired Roast Dinner

    End 2018 on a tasty note with this multi-course roast dinner with some tasty mulled wine to wash it all down.

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  • ponkhupmarecipe Ponkh Upma Recipe

    Tender, young jowar called Ponkh in Gujarat or Hurda in Maharashtra is a hyper-seasonal ingredient available for just a few months a year. Here's how you can turn it into tasty upma.

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