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Jaamva Chalo Ji: Parsi Food Festival at ITC Maurya

In a line: Bringing authentic Parsi delicacies to Delhi with the Parsi Food Festival.

Where: The Pavilion, ITC Maurya, Delhi.

When: From 20th May till 29th May… 698 more words

Restaurant Review

Rustom’s : Little corner of culinary happiness.

Tucked away in a rather inconspicuous location on what can only be described as the world first perennially Traffc**ked road aka the stretch of Aurobindo Marg from Qutub Minar towards IIT Delhi. 606 more words

Dhansakh

Cooked at school by: Thejaswi Shivanand (dumaketu@gmail.com)

Popular dish when made, Long preparation time, plenty of chopping involved

Source: Traditional Recipe from my Parsi friend’s mother … 548 more words

FACT FOOD #556

Parsi/Parsee, the followers of Zoroastrian are originally from Iran. Many of the Parsis fled to Western India (Gujarat and Sindh) during the Arab invasion around 10th century CE. 48 more words

Fact Food

Extracts | The Zend-Avesta; Or The Scripture of the Parsis

This is an extract from “Essays on The Sacred Language, Writings, and Religion of the Parsis” written by Martin Haug in 1878. Download the full book from archive.org. 1,253 more words

History

Dhandaar Patiya


Dhandaar Patiya is a dish from the Parsi cuisine. It is prepared on auspicious occasions. Will divide this section into two.

Prawn Patiya
Serves four… 101 more words

Momscooking

Grandmama's Cafe - Lower Parel, Mumbai

My Rating – 3/5

Grandmama’s Cafe has the most awe-inspiring look a restaurant can have, so much so that, just a look at one picture of this place made it’s way right on my must-visit list. 182 more words

Settled Traveller