This post is going to be a scatter-plot of thoughts. It’s either that or no post at all, so I figured this is a more desirable outcome for everyone involved :-). First, a list of some recent likes: (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston) Spinster by Kate Bolick: literary history, contemporary commentary, and useful advice for all … Continue reading Mishmash
As some of you know, Boston is my new home. It’s been a couple of years since I moved here, so technically it’s not “new” anymore, but it still feels that way as I’ve spent most of last year in India. What makes a place home for me is always its people. I was lucky to … Continue reading A Turkish Tea
This summer I visited Paris for the first time. It was hot, really hot, like stores-ran-out-of-fans hot; I couldn’t have picked a worse time to visit a city so clearly meant for outdoor adventures. Ideally, this should have led me to the museums and there are plenty of excellent ones around. Instead, I chose sweat, misery, … Continue reading Postcards from Paris
I think so. What can I say? I missed this blog! A magazine was nice; perhaps still is. But there is something real and different about the space and freedom a blog provides me with—to go with the flow, to not worry about typos and eternity. And that’s why I would like to be back. … Continue reading Back?
Hello everyone! Hope you’ve been well. I am starting a new online magazine – The Boston Coffee House – with some really interesting people. If you’d like to stay up to date about our launch and other news, you can sign up to receive emails or visit us on Facebook and Twitter. Do visit our website! Thanks. Continue reading The Boston Coffee House
Dear readers, This is my last post here at Pursuit of Food. I had not planned to write a blog for so long and neither did I plan to say bye today. A dear friend of mine and I like to joke about us being “flow” people (those who go with the flow…ha ha). And … Continue reading a goodbye