Lockdown brought us all a lot of grief but also presented some of us with new opportunities. This is one such story!
I find it quite disconcerting that I, the self-proclaimed Mahira Khan stan, don’t have a list of favourite performances. Let’s fix that!
To bake a cake is like crafting joy out of thin air. Thus, to run a bakehouse is to be in the business of happiness. Here are my favourite bakehouses in Karachi!
The lockdown has come to an end. Some food places sank, some excelled. Here’s 4 that I really enjoyed!
The Churails here to start a revolution in Pakistani TV! Here’s why we need them so very much!
Every craving has an answer. But what do you do when the answer to that craving is so well-beyond your reach? A devilish divine intervention may be needed!
Every journey has a beginning. Every passion has an inception. Every superhero has an origin story. Welcome to mine! And yes, to cook well is a superpower!
Ever wondered what the best pasta in the world should taste like? Ever wanted to learn how to make it? Well, today is your lucky day!
Shoaib Mansoor’s Dua-e-Reem is a truly defiant bride’s prayer. Here’s why I think it’s absolutely necessary, especially in today’s day and age!
2020 is pioised to be a massive year for the Pakistani Film Industry, if the films make it to screens that is. Here are a few that I hope do!
“A Middling Year” When reflecting on the year that’s past, Anupama Chopra (who happens to be one of my favourite film critics) referred to 2019 as a ‘middling year’ for Bollywood. Across the border, in contrast, the year has been the year of opportunities lost. The first full year where no Bollywood film was to…
I don’t mean to discourage or belittle any of the hard work that has gone into this movie. The fact remains, however, Project Ghazi is a disgruntled, disjointed, dissatisfying mess that is best forgotten.
I’m not going to lie. Enaaya flew under the radar for me. I had no inkling that Pakistan now has a web series on an international streaming platform. Yes, it’s on Eros Now, which is little more than a fluffed-up, Bollywood consumption mechanism. However, it is something, and there’s always hope in such somethings. Hope, as it…
For those of you who look at food as mere fuel, this may be a hard concept to grasp. I also don’t pretend I can change for perspective in one post. I can however, plant the seeds.
As my host stood in the centre of our little circle, with a jug and a basin, pouring water for each of us to wash our hands, that’s when I began wondering.
If there was one eatery that was hyped at this year’s Karachi Eat, it was Burger Bros. But were they worth the hype?
I buy the weirdest, themed memorabilia, I mean I have Gryffindor themed wax seals. So yes, I leapt at the chance to try the butterbeer made by Sól.
I was contemplating whether or not to post today. Then I realised we should start the new year on a good note and with a great taste in our mouths. And the greatest taste I’ve been made privy to lately is this!
Honestly, getting me, a professed meat-lover, to love vegan food, and to such an extent, is a tremendous achievement indeed.
I want to invite you on a journey. One, that I hope will aid you in deriving the maximum amount of joy and comfort from the usually menial and mundane act of eating.
The purpose of this post though isn’t to rave on about brownies. Quite frankly, a single post wouldn’t be enough. Instead, I give you, a pursuit of happiness.
The pen is the most powerful thing that any of will ever have in our possession. Why? Because the pen allows us to string together words.
This was hands down THE BEST MEAL I have ever had. No shortage of thanks can be given to the company but food went as far to knock my socks off, bring me to my knees and beg for continued salvation.
What you are about to read is a repost of a the first post on my original blog. With my now inhabiting this space with my thought beginning, I couldn’t in good conscious leave this behind.