An essay about women like my mother, who have spent about half of their lives in kitchens because they had to.
According to the principal of the school, several meetings have been held with school authorities and the parents of the students. However, the latter have remained adamant about their children …
The ways in which internal migration influences culinary cultures.
The essay touches upon the themes of severed familial ties and how food remains a conduit through which those relations heal somehow – sometimes even posthumously.
A poem about the plight of food delivery executives, the mainstay of the gig economy.
Notes on a breakfast spread at the Turkish embassy that led to thought-provoking conversations and much culinary delight.
A jovial poem about the mishaps that can happen in the kitchen of any household.