The Indian-American culinary writer discusses the joys of sampling street food in Delhi, her favourite eateries in New York, and where to find unapologetic Mexican fare in Texas.
Travel is a gift that keeps giving and for our 100th issue special, we asked diverse travellers to share 100 experiences that best exemplify their reason for being wayfarers.
What is travel without food? From sampling decadent cakes and pastries in Budapest to hunting down the best briskets in Texas—a full stomach makes for a happy traveller.
Crispy goli baje, legendary chicken ghee roast, and a fiery mackerel curry—regional food is the rustic heart of Karnataka's coastal city.
Downing piping hot jalebis in Delhi, toddy tapping in Sri Lanka and spearfishing the dogtooth tuna in Mozambique—the chef's quests for distinct ingredients have taken him on adventures around the world.
Vanilla-scented biscuits from Serbia, almond-kissed ones from Italy, and fruity tartlet from Malaysia—bake these traditional biscuits to beat the quarantine blues.
In a candid conversation, the chef of the World’s Best Restaurant, Mirazur, speaks about how travel has influenced his cooking, and why we need to rethink the way we produce food.
At the Wangala festival, the hills around Tura come alive with the songs of the Garo people.
Devour your way through a city brimming with beautifully laden banh mi and sinfully delicious cheesesteaks.
Fried golden or stirred sweet, Kolkata's winter eats are fundamental to the city's romance.