Parsi Street Food

RAJYASREE SEN April 23, 2015 My comfort food in college was milky cutting chai – spiced tea ‘cut’ into a small glass portion –accompanied with maska pav (a bread bun with lots of butter) sold on a Mumbai street corner. Or, on a good day if the vendor had stocked up on eggs, I’d upgrade to an anda pav – […]

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Cookbook

  Written in USA with food cooked in USA. This cookbook is for today’s generation of home cooks and gourmet chefs. The cookbook “Parsi Cuisine Manna of the 21st Century” provides a treasure trove of recipes, along with an immersive cultural experience for those seeking to understand this ancient and timeless cuisine of India. With […]

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Google Doodle toasts England’s first popular cook, Hannah Glasse

This is the kind of Google Glasse we can get behind! BY CLAIRE REILLY MARCH 27, 2018  Google’s doodle celebrates the birth of Hannah Glasse, the mother of modern British cookery.  Matthew Cruickshank/Google Modern English cooking would be nothing without sausages and jelly and trifle (just like American cooking would be nothing with hotdogs and […]

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Spring is arriving with a special promotion

Written in USA with food cooked in USA. This cookbook is for today’s generation of home cooks and gourmet chefs. The cookbook “Parsi Cuisine Manna of the 21st Century” provides a treasure trove of recipes, along with an immersive cultural experience for those seeking to understand this ancient and timeless cuisine of India. With classical […]

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First day of Spring as seen from Satellite

Vernal Equinox 2018: Satellite Sees First Day of Spring – Click HERE to see the video By Sarah Lewin, Space.com Associate Editor | March 20, 2018 11:00am ET “Happy Spring #Equinox and happy #firstdayofspring!” NOAA officials wrote. “Today the length of night and day are nearly equal. The days will now become longer at the higher latitudes because […]

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World Zoroastrian Young Leaders Forum Kicks Off At ASHA Centre in the UK

The ASHA Centre in Gloucester United Kingdom welcomed 19 young Zoroastrians from all over the world for a 10 day leadership forum starting from Friday March 16th to 25th 2018. Mentored and conceptualized by our dear friend Zerbanoo Gifford, and led by Mark Gifford and Adrian Lochner, the 10 day event bring Zoroastrian young leaders […]

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Penguin India: Upcoming Book ‘Bhagwan ke Pakwaan’ or ‘Food of the Gods’

Penguin India has commissioned a book called ‘Bhagwan ke Pakwaan’ or Food of the Gods, showing the close association between food and religion. For the Zoroastrian section of this book, they contacted Marzban Hathiram to demonstrate some of the religious food items we make for our Stum prayers. So over the next three days he […]

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Parsiana ” Politics Per Eedu”

   

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