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Posts By Sumit Malhotra

Homemade Labneh Recipe – Unavoidably Lipsmacking Mezze

May 12, 2014 | 2

Homemade Labneh Recipe is very simple to make, however, it does consume some bits of ones time. Having said that it is totally worth the effort. If you’ve never had labneh before, then you’re in for a real treat. … Read More

Hummus bi Tahina, Hummus with Tahini – Essentially Meze

May 2, 2014 | 1

When we talk about Hummus bi Tahina, Meze always come to mind. Meze or mezze is a selection of small dishes served in the Middle East and the Balkans. The word Meze in Turkish means “taste, flavour, snack, relish” and … Read More

Innerview: The Paradox of hurting ones who love you

February 11, 2014 |

The lack of reciprocity is usually painful. This is where the the paradox of hurting the one who loves you comes in. Bigger hurt is caused when you are committed (or are endeavouring) and are taken for granted. Funnily, … Read More

MB’s Defence Colony, New Delhi – Review of the culinary experience

February 1, 2014 |

MB’s Defence Colony, New Delhi – Review

Legacy based businesses have seen evolution as generations have passed. Young blood has infused newer ideas into conventional businesses and for the better. MB’s Defence Colony Market is one such example … Read More

The Innerview

January 31, 2014 |

My first rant ever on my own website. Well the rant is mine and so is the website… So live with it. This is my “Innerview” and I will start from the scratch 🙂

Now I hope … Read More

Black Coffee Café – Sunni, Tattapani, Himachal Pradesh

January 30, 2014 |

Black Coffee Café – Sunni, Tattapani, Himachal Pradesh

They say if you are hungry food tastes even better. Exactly what my heart felt while at lunch at Black Coffee Café in a laid back village called Sunni in Himachal Pradesh. … Read More

Kingdom of Bhutan – A Romance with Nature

January 28, 2014 |

Bhutan – A country I visited just once, and fell in love with.

The visit was whirl-windy but made me feel as if I was at the centre of a never known bliss. Nestled in Eastern Himalayas, the … Read More

Namkeen Gosht : Made in Punjab

January 28, 2014 |

Punjabi Namkeen Gosht Recipe

Namkeen Gosht recipe is a delicacy from the cuisine of Quetta, Baluchistan. It is also made in other areas of NWFP including Peshawar & Dera Ismail Khan. Namkeen Gosht is made either during Eid-ul-Azha (Badi Eid) or for special … Read More

Jhatpat Mutton – Goulash Style Indian Mutton Curry

January 21, 2014 |

Indian Mutton Curry – Jhatpat Mutton – Goulash Style Mutton Curry & Lord Macaulay

It is always better if there is a story behind food. It makes things interesting. Even more interesting is how humans can suddenly display behavior … Read More

Rajinder Da Dhaba – Chicken Curry Tales

October 14, 2013 |

I remember eating from/ at Rajinder da Dhaba ever since I started acknowledging that there was something called a memory. Mostly during no pocket money years, it was either Dad or Uncles who used to loosen change from … Read More