December 22, 2021
How Ghee Took Over U.S. Grocery Shelves
The recent global rise of the clarified butter — as common as salt in many South Asian and Middle Eastern kitchens — is striking for an ingredient steeped in centuries of culinary history.
July 6, 2021
Tamarind: India’s Quintessential Candy Flavor
Although tamarind has always been a large part of savory South Asian cooking, its sourness also has a sweet side.
April 20, 2021
How Trader Joe’s Became Known for Its Indian Food
The American grocery chain inadvertently built a line of products — from lamb vindaloo to spicy chakri mix — that appeal to South Asians and non-South Asians alike.