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August 18, 2018

The drive to Market Yard was peaceful - the kind of peaceful Pune gets, first thing in the morning, with minimal people on the streets, and the constant honk-honking of vehicles replaced by the pre-dawn hooting of cuckoos. Unlike Mumbai, Pune as a city likes its sleep....

August 17, 2018

Indians have come up with a very simple and genius way of using common nouns rather effectively. We use words like ajji (grandma), kaka (uncle), dada (brother), or tai (sister), to address practically anyone who fits the general age bracket. Traditionally, it may have...

April 5, 2018

Puran Poli is a standard delicacy at festivals. It was the one item that we looked forward to, as children, knowing that we’d have to sit patiently through the rituals of the day before we had the chance to devour this deliciously sweet roti, slathered in Aai’s homemad...

November 17, 2017

Just recently, we had the privilege of being featured in The Journal's Bon Appetit magazine! With fantastic national names like Kirsty Allsopp, and local treasures like Rachel Green for company, the pressure was certainly on. 

I have been eagerly waiting to do this fant...

August 25, 2017

It seems befitting that we launch our brand spanking new website today, on Ganesh Chaturthi - a festival that celebrates the elephant god, Ganesh. In India, food and festivals go hand-in-hand, each celebration made unique by a particular food item that has great signif...

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Journey to the centre of Market Yard

August 18, 2018

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