Making Ukadhandi in our urban residences by Mrs. Manasi Milan Dharmadhikari.
Ours isn’t a recipe blog. The food detectives mostly don’t like to cook and are very lazy. They just like to go looking for places where they can find sumptuous dishes, ready to dig in. Since the article on bhujing center at Agashi(http://virarandwest.com/2012/07/24/agashis-bhujing-the-foodies-delight-3/), we realized how much the readers are eager to know the recipe. […]
Shevala is an edible, exotic vegetable, botanically related to the family of Suran Flower. You can compare the similarity with the help of pictures (especially the inflorescence structure). Both, Suran flower and Shevala taste similar after cooking and have a very limited season. The difference is Shevala is not a plant grown on farms. You […]
The vintage temple of Harbadevi is situated in East of Virar. The goddess known to the local Marathi community as Harbadevi, is also more famously known as Shitaladevi by the Gujarati people. This temple customarily is maintained by several generations of Bairagi family, the ancestor of whom was appointed to look after the temple chores […]
The food detectives bring to you an amazingly delicious and the most famous dish of Agashi – The Chicken Bhujing! Yes, you read it right. If you are from anywhere near to the Virar area then you have heard or even tasted this mouth watering cuisine, but if you have not then…. well well […]
Many greens and vegetables have vanished today from the market because they lack either distinguishing taste, or easy availability. I have heard from mother, how Taro, Drumsticks, Radish and many other lesser known greens that grew aplenty without plantation cost provided nutritional supplement the middle class and poor households in those days could not have afforded otherwise. Some […]