The moment I opened this package, I thought the color was a little lighter than I like it. But boy, oh boy, did it taste well? 🍚🍗 I would definitely recommend this to people who love spicy biryani. It was "damm ki biryani" and even my dadi approved of it. Plus, the packaging was super cute ( #swipeleft to see the mitti ka bartan) and I loved the note they sent with it! 😍
🌟Customer Service: 4/5
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Food - 5/5 ⭐️
Ambience - 3/5⭐️
Service - 2/5⭐️
Overall - 4/5 ⭐️
Star of the Show : Bhaji Pav
Special Bhaji Pav : 5/5⭐️ Guy for sure this is the best place to have Bhaji-Pav in Ahmedabad. Bhaji is aptly spiced and cooked to the perfection. Haven’t tasted more tastier Bhaji-Pav than theirs.
Whether you're looking to host an intimate festive party or feast with your family, we can help you create that perfect event this winter in our subterranean private room.
Our room is free to all guests and friends 💙 and we have a few dates left if you would like to host with us. Full details on our website
Who can tell us what this strange beast is? The winning answer will get you two tickets for next week's special #UrbanFoodFortnight pop-up @hackneycoffeeco. Make your guess in a comment on this post and tag 5 friends who you'd consider bringing or who might be able to help you guess the mystery item! Let the games commence...
Im back! I haven’t posted in a while but I’ve had a lovely little break in Italy, and I’ve got beautiful buildings, stunning views and the most delish food to share! So my next few posts might be a bit of Italy spam! (Sorry, not sorry)
It’s no secret that Italy is known for its delicious pastas and pizzas, but this time I got to experience so much more than that.
We stayed in an area called Stresa on Lake Maggiore. And these pics are from the first restaurant we visited called Envisa which is on a little island that you can get to by boat.
There was 17 of us and every single one of us had the most AMAZING meal - scroll across to see pics of them. They ranged from duck, steak, vegetarian options and pasta (yes I did go around the table taking pics of everyone’s food. Obvs)
Have you visited this area before?
Have you tried stuffed chicken tandoori yet?? I love stuffed chicken tandoori, what about you?? .
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Did you know Rabba Fine Foods partnered with @timhortons?
Six of our locations now include a full Tim Horton’s! Right now, get one FREE large coffee for every $20.00 you spend at Rabba Fine Foods!
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Closing the books on my México exploration from my home-state with this shop that just spoke to me. I can sit here for hours, and get lost in a book, or editing photos, or learning something new online, or getting some work done.
The coffee was absoloutely delicious, and it's from the state of Zacatecas.
The menu options are great, and I wish I had tried them so I can tell you all about it. But, the food looks delicious!
Well, stay tuned for a comparison of American roasters, roasting Mexican coffee!
Fig, goat cheese and olive focaccia with hints of fresh zaatar.😍 This combination of flavours is out of this world. Sweetness from the caramelized figs; tangyiness from the oozing goat cheese, an aromatic bitterness from the zaatar, and a delicious sour note from the green olives. Divine.
Makes 2 (25 x 32cm )
For the dough
All purpose flour 5 cups
yeast 1 tbsp
fine sea salt 1 tsp
Sugar 2 tsp
water, lukewarm about 11/2 cup or more
olive oil 3/4 cup
For the topping
ripe figs, cut in quarters
soft goat cheese , torn into pieces
fresh rosemary needles or fresh thyme leaves, a small handful
flaky sea salt
Pitted green olives
For the dough:
Combine the flour, yeast, salt, and sugar in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the dough hook. Add the lukewarm water and half the olive oil and knead on medium-high speed for a few minutes until well combined. If the dough is sticky, add more flour.
Transfer the dough to the countertop and continue kneading and punching down with the hands for about until you have a smooth and elastic ball of dough.
Place the dough back in the mixer bowl, cover with a towel, and let rise in a warm place for about 60 minutes or until doubled in size.
When the dough has doubled in size, punch it down, take it out of the bowl, and knead for 1 minute.
Using your hands, stretch and spread dough on the prepared baking sheet. Cover with a towel and let rise in a warm place for about 20 minutes or until puffy.
Using your finger, punch holes into the surface of the dough. Pour the remaining olive oil over the dough and into the holes. Spread the olives and figs (cut side up) over the focaccia and push them gently into the dough. Sprinkle with the the goat cheese pieces, rosemary or thyme, and a little flaky sea salt. Bake for 20 minutes or until golden
OMG ... So good ❤️ Cannoli (Sicilian Italian pronunciation: cannula) are Italian pastries that originated on the island of Sicily and today is staple of Italian-American cuisine especially to Italian Canadians in Vancouver. Cannoli consist of tube-shaped shells of fried pastry dough, filled with a sweet, creamy filling usually containing ricotta. I had one at NYC and this one is from Cannoli King at Richmond World Festival. You gotta try one☝️ #todayatapple#shotoniphone .