The title is a rip off from this blog. This blog writer, besides sharing a love for dosa, also happens to be someone I know quite well! Even a year back, birthday celebrations at home involved finding out new restaurants to try, stuffing out faces with cake (I miss you, Cake Walk) and quite possibly […]Read more "The Quest for Dosa : NYC"
Part 1 of the Boston tales is here! . We stood in line for the famous cannolis at Mike’s Pastry in North End of Boston. And successfully, might I add. The plain ricotta cannoli is just absolutely gorgeous. We did read up on the “Cannoli Wars” between Mike’s and Modern, but ended up at Mike’s […]Read more "Breakfast and the T in Boston – Part 2"
The workload here is insane, but I’m not complaining. I knew I signed up for lots of work; and the challenge is a good change. And that’s how I ended up with a well deserved fall break. And so, I headed to Boston, MA. First impression : Holy crazy land of cold! I think it […]Read more "Breakfast and the T in Boston – Part 1"
There are a number of quotes I could pick from to describe my love for Chennai, the place I call home. Words that articulate the love for a place. But those are words about a different home – theirs. In the past couple of months, quite a few people have asked me to write about […]Read more "Because I’m from Chennai"
So, one of the interesting things that happened (albeit earlier), was my discovery of lunch-food.
Well, obviously lunch is at the university campus, and being a vegetarian, my first day looking through the different stalls had me thinking how I was going to survive lunch. Granted, there is a good-ish Indian food stall, which has meat-free food, it didn’t taste right. Perhaps, I am being a bit silly…Read more "Between the Spaghetti-ly Appendage"