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Cheers to Thursday and it's almost the end of the week. Now that it's getting cold, pop in for a cheeky drink and a delicious wood fired pizza. .
Thanks for the image @sweetandyummie -- Cheers with rosé 🥂🥂🥂 only one more working day left 👌🏽👌🏽👌🏽 Thank you @vivaldikitchen
I've always believed that most savory staples should have a degree of toughness to their texture. Take the naan for example; would one have liked it as an accompaniment to most Mughlai dishes if it wasn't chewy? How else could you slather the already buttered and stretchy Indian bread with sinful portions of the chicken tikka gravy and chew it to utmost satisfaction before swallowing it? Would the chicken roll have been better off if it was wrapped in a chapati instead of the oiled 'khasta' naan? I don't even want to start on the pita bread for the shawarma. Whenever and wherever I chance upon some food writing nowadays, there's almost always 'something melting in your mouth', or 'something falling apart, being so tender'. They're not wrong, but for the lack of enough literature on food which is better off having a tougher texture, I must exhort, that real taste can only be experienced to the fullest by chewing, rubbing the tastebuds against the palate, and then finally swallowing. In that endeavor, laziness will not do. Food doesn't always melt in your mouth. This meal is second only to the first time I've had the same order, but with friends. Pic: Chicken tikka masala and garlic butter naan from Rajasthan, Khar. #instahappy#eeeeeats#foodstagram#food#foodie#foodgasm#foodporn#foodblogger#eats#goodeats#eatfamous#foodphotography#foodphoto#instafood#foodgawker