Food from small town India

January 15, 2007

The January 15, 2007 issue of Outlook magazine features an ode to food from small town India. “From Karaikudi to Kohima, Bikaner to Burdwan”, an inside peek at specialties such as Almora’s baal-mithai, spicy sausages from the Mapusa Friday bazaar and Allahabad’s famous masala (or aloo-less) samosa, this issue is a food-lover’s delight and brought back memories of the best coffee I ever had from a roadside stall in Coorg, Ceylon parotas from a little cart in Chettinad and fluffy dosas from Mylari in Mysore (at that time, Mysore was a small town).

Happy Sankranthi/Pongal!

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4 Responses to “Food from small town India”


  1. Thanks for the tip.. I will.

  2. Tara Says:

    Meenakshi, how about one on Sizzlers? Kobe’s or Tangerine? Or IndiJoe’s?

    I am visiting this new place called Barbeque nation in Indiranagar tonight. Will let you know how that went.


  3. Thats the new restaurant right – cool. How about coming with me on a sizzler trail?


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