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The Nightly Pilgrimage

That simple meal became an exquisite engagement of all the senses - we pieced apart the flaky, buttery roti, swirled it in the rich red and oranges of the curry to agitate the spicy aromas and scooped up some egg towards our lips - all whilst surrounded by the gentle sounds of fresh batter sizzling on the hot plate...

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The Intellectual Applications of Chai

Established in 1940 by two Sikh brothers as the India Tea House, it was renamed Pak Tea House after the partition. What was more significant than the small cups of sugary tea that were served, was that Pak Tea House signified freedom of thought and expression...

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Recipe 4: Mi Gorgasm

My first time with said noodle was in college (granted, I was kind of a late bloomer). When I asked my friends about their first experiences, some confessed that they’d gone home to it after a first date or left parties early for it. Others boasted they’d had three sessions in one night...

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Recipe 4.5: Multiple Mie Gorgasms

You must drain the water prior to adding the sachets of flavouring to the noodles. I met a guy who told me that he would add the flavouring to the noodles boiling in the water before draining the water. This is a crime. My ears bled. He has been removed from my life...

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Our Newest Theme

Welcome to our newest theme!

Let us share with you - our culinary escapes, adventures, imaginings and fondest memories. This month, food has inspired passion, protest and some well-provoked squeals amongst the writers as we've greedily poured over the upcoming stories. We are so, very keen lay these articles out on the table for you.



Ava Senaratne
(From Sri Lanka, Dubai & Australia. Living in Melbourne)


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