During my recent visit to Gujarat, I explored the state by road — covering the Kutch region, as well as the Ahmedabad to Modhera stretch on the other side. Gujarat has always been on the intern...
The flavour of pure love.
You’ll find everything from Afghan bread to haleem in this Delhi neighbourhood.
Kolkata is synonymous with its food. From mustard-scented macher jhol to sweet sondesh, from the poppyseed-laced aloo posto to juicy rosogulla, there are local delicacies galore for the foodie to exul...
Arko Datta / Reuters
A food stand is causing quite the stir. Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice And Noodle made history in July when it became one of the first street food stands — or "hawker" stall as its called in...
Jupiterimages via Getty Images
Street food in India is tasty and cheap, and consequently, wildly popular. It has the potential to affect the health of tens of millions of people. For this reason alone, we need to do something to improve its safety and quality. And this goal is not so difficult to achieve.
Have you ever walked into a mithai shop and just stared at all the brightly coloured sweets? Or tucked into Indian Chinese street food with the eye-popping orange and red sauces? However, there's a pretty grim reality behind the appetizing colours that used to make kids like me stand and salivate.
Gavriel Jecan via Getty Images
The versatile and healthy idli is ubiquitous and has achieved widespread popularity. But, and some might find this surprising, it was nothing more than a regional specialty up until the '70s and even '80s, when it was confined largely to south Indian households. How did it manage to cross geographical boundaries and become an everyday staple across India? Vikram Doctor finds out in this episode of The Real Food Podcast.
Photography by Indian Simmer via Getty Images
Are you a spicy golguppa, or a cool chuski? Take our quiz and find out which Indian street food best describes your personality. Share your result in the comments below! Like Us On Facebook | Fol...
We are firm believers of doing it all in the open while closing our minds to uncomfortable truths that pose a threat to our delusions of grandiosity. We spit, shit, pee, dump garbage in the open because we believe in keeping our houses clean and surroundings dirty.
Love snacking on street food? Here is some news that should give you pause. A recent study by the Institute of Hotel Management, Catering and Nutrition, Pusa Road, shows extremely high volume of E co...
As Sameer Mushtaq wanders the famous gullies of Old Delhi, he meets the dedicated vendors who serve up the area's legendary, crowd-pulling street snacks.