Tagged with food

Hungry in New York

I write this as I gulp down the last piece of my tandoori roti with paneer-do-pyaaza for the nth time this semester. It’s strange how despite all the different food options available in India, I can’t help but pine for the variety I had back on exchange. If someone wanted a truly diverse set of … Continue reading

APAD #NYC: Anybody can cook…

..especially ‘ratatouille’ It’s farewell time already (Mark left, Am’s leaving soon, so are most of the other people at the business school)..and what better way to spend the last few days than cook a nice little meal together! Of course, the fact that it was snowing outside made hanging indoors a more attractive proposition! (not … Continue reading

APAD #NYC: Substance Abuse

I was going through some old archives of BWOG, when I came across a post titled ‘The Senior Bucket list’ – with less than two weeks left here, this immediately caught my eye. Along with the usual thins, there was an odd looking item on the link – ‘eat a spicy special’ On further digging, … Continue reading

APAD #CBS: Molten & Precipitate

joy (n.) /joi/ (Also see: happiness) 1. A feeling of great pleasure of happiness 2. A Camera on a Snowy day in New York 3. Molten Cheese & Ketchup over Fries…lots of them

APAD #NYC: ..on the Eighth Night of Hanukkah

Deep fried Latkes, Sour Cream, homemade Apple Sauce, makeshift Sufganiyah and Pumpkin Pie Dreidels, Egyptian Wars and other games A Cardboard Menorah, sharing stories about Hanukkah, Oil and Herschelle & the Eight Goblins I like these festive times..can’t wait for Christmas!

APAD #NYC: Thanksgiving & Hanukkah #2

What’s Thanksgivukkah without family & friends right? Well, I couldn’t be around family, but, over the two days, totally nailed the friends part 🙂 In a moment of intense culinary inspiration, I decided to join the festivities and cook a homestyle dinner. I was glad some of my closest friends here could make it – … Continue reading

APAD #NYC: Thanksgiving & Hanukkah #1

Best Thanksgiving Ever! (Ok, I may have gotten carried away since this is my only one, but it was awesome by all standards) This is apparently the first time in 3000 years that Thanksgiving and Hanukkah fall on the same day (unverified) – I was lucky that a friend invited me over to celebrate it … Continue reading