Bradford’s first mithai shop was opened in 1964 by Abdul Rehman, a Pakistani migrant working in the city's textiles mills. Other shops soon followed and today, Bradford is a sugary haven of laddu and gulab jamun.
The luminous red bottle was there every Ramadan, and at the family dinners hosted by my grandmother.
"It’s startling how little people know about Partition. The largest immigration of human movement across two countries took place and thousands lost their lives."
Thahmina Haseen is quietly leading the UK’s Bengali food revolution.
We wouldn't mind taking a dip in a river of curry, tbh.
"Vanilla is used as a mainstream ingredient in everything from ice cream to ready-made Mr. Kipling Bakewell tarts. I think saffron can take that position."
Founded in 1946 by the India League, an organisation that campaigned for British India’s independence, The India Club is part-restaurant, part-time capsule. Now redevelopment plans threaten to turn the building into a luxury hotel.
Chicken so tender it tastes like "little fluffy pillows."
"If white women are going to consume turmeric, how do I make sure brown farmers make as much money off of it as possible?"