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The Golden Spice Turmeric is the new Kale. Recipe included.

  Turmeric dates back to 500 BC, it is a central part of Hindu ceremonies and ancient medicinal Ayurveda. It heals wounds and rejuvenates the body. In Ice cream to Ice Lattes now. See what the celebrities and experts are saying. Grandmother’s Recipe Soothes coughs, heals wounds and is an anti-inflammatory. Tried and tested in […]

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Mumbai: From Parsi to Peshawri (with recipes)

Explore the Irani eateries and Parsi cafes of this diverse city, and you’ll discover that Mumbai is a culinary mecca but Bombay is an emotion, one that’s truly embodied in its food By Audrey Gillan. Published on 17th November 2016 Photo: Crawford Market, Mumbai.  It’s 7am as we move through a door under a peeling […]

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Born in 1887, this shop sells all manner of Parsi items.

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Belgaum Gheewala, a shop often patronized by Parsis

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Videos and Photos from the amazing ZAGNY Fundraiser – Jamva Chaloji 2016

ZAGNY just had it’s famous “Jamva Chaloji” Event. We were not able to make it from Boston, but I feel it deserves to be shared on this blog. Jamva Chaloji literally means “Come Eat Please” – what a generous and warm welcoming set of words to say and hear anytime. Of couse at $100 a […]

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Parsi Vasanu for the winter season

VASANU is very healthy to eat in the winter. Best time is to take a one inch square at breakfast time. This nutritious, vasanu recipe is from my grandmother. Rita Jamshed Kapadia INGREDIENTS General: 1 1/2kg Ghee 1/2kg Char jaatnu magaz 50g Goonder 2 1/4kg Sugar 500g Ghau nu Dudh (Wheat milk powder) 500g Kammar Kakri 400g […]

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