Pakistani food writer Sumayya Usmani began with a goal to show the world how distinct and delicious the food of her native Pakistan can be. She now takes her knowledge of Pakistani cuisine to an even greater audience with her first cookbook, Summers Under The Tamarind Tree. Pakistani cooking is full of staples that feel […]

As a student, making sure you’re well fed can be the least of your worries when you have a deadline for Friday and a desperately important sports social to attend! However, making sure you get in that rushed breakfast before you run to a lecture can be the difference between staying awake and concentrating, and […]

Because what’s Eid without some of this delicious white pudding?   My mother was never big on making kheer, hence my childhood was spent eating it at homes of family and friends. That’s when I developed a love affair with it. Every Ramazan and Eid, it was a staple at my aunty’s house, which is […]

Every country, region and even local regional people have their own taste and to cater to that everyone has their own style of food, dishes and own recipes. In sub-continent, while Sri Lanka and Bangladesh have hundreds of dishes related to rice and fishes alone, its the rich Pakistani and Indian culture that have thousands […]

Pakistani cuisine is the lesser-known food of the sub-continent and is rich in tradition, full of marvelous and diverse dishes. Pakistan was created in 1947 when India gained freedom from British colonial rule and was partitioned and has a predominantly Muslim population. Although Pakistan is a relatively young country, the cuisine has developed over many […]