Sunday, 17 February 2013

Indian Street Food

From my experience in India, I felt that there was no fear of ever being hungry, simply by the huge amount of incredible street food everywhere.  Eating street food in India is so common for locals because of the vast range that can be found.  

This is the funnest Indian snack.  They are called Panipuri, which are small and crispy fried spheres (puri) filled with a salad of potatoes, chickpeas, onion and sprouted lentils.  Then a sauce with tamarind and lemon juice.  These are best eaten in one go in order to not spill it everywhere!

Saturday, 9 February 2013



                                                                                                                  Fruit salad enjoyed during a sunset in Cochin

On return from a colourful trip around south India, I return with many photos, ideas, inspirations to share with you.  All food related.  Well, practically all of them.

This is the first of many India blog entries.  I've decided to share many of these photos and experiences despite feeling the heat of the competition from other food bloggers.  In India, we brought with us two cameras of very good quality, a fujifilm x10 and a Nikon Coolpix 510.  I think that's quite keen.  However, when we saw some travellers with even heftier photographic gear we thought, jeez!  How on earth can we compete with that?