This drink is something I have grown up with: there was always a steaming mug of chaa (or 'chai', if you want to go with the Hindi pronunciation, more widely-known and popularised now through the spice-infused syrup used in various hot drinks by large and artisanal coffee houses) on the table with breakfast before school,… Continue reading Authentic Indian Tea
Something melancholy for a Tuesday evening. This whole album is beauty; I love Lou Barlow. https://youtu.be/TfT-Ze-Fuwk
This song has been in my head for weeks. https://youtu.be/Yn4Fq2GzPO4
I fancied a cleanse the other day; I was having the kind of day where water wasn't quite hitting the spot in the quenching stakes, so I decided to make myself a mug of lemon tea. A slice of lemon, the tiniest pinch of rock salt, topped off with water just boiled in the kettle.… Continue reading Lovely Lemon Tea
I have decided to make a sort of anecdotal series based on the various idiosynchrosies of Indian culture, entitled 'Indiosynchrosies' (which caters perfectly to my love of puns and portmanteaux). I wish I had more to say at this point, but I guess you'll just have to wait and let the posts speak for themselves...
Hello all!! Welcome to Punjabi Tea and Chocolate Cake :) I have started this blog as a way of sharing little morsels of my life with you, through the mediums of photography, music and posts documenting various musings of the mind. Being a third-generation British Indian, I also wanted to incorporate elements of Indian culture… Continue reading Welcome!