It’s a Sunday, and most other people waking up to anticipate a sumptuous brunch. However, these are people who have their weekends off. Not me. I have to dash off to work a bit early today, but it’s still in the afternoon.
They say you are a true adult when the very thing you wanted to do as a child gives you pleasure no more. That includes all those things like: “When I am an adult, I can have all the ice-cream, candy, chocolate, playtime or late-night TV I want, and nobody’s gonna stop me!”
We live in Bengaluru, and the only day of the week I don’t work is Thursday. So as is wont of people on their day off, we tend to indulge our taste buds on this specific day. Not that we don’t on the other days, but on this day, it’s a must. Yesterday (June 4) happened to be a Thursday,...
My first tryst with noodles was… ah, forget it! Why? Because I, too have forgotten. Honestly, noodles, especially the instant variety, are such a staple in the middle-class Indian household these days that one hardly remembers their first encounter with them. However, they are eaten mostly as afternoon or evening food, or sometimes even breakfast.