“Food is a marker of identity, be that ethnic, religious, socio-economic or personal, so humans might be particularly sensitive when that part of their identity is challenged or questioned,” said Carol Helstosky, associate professor of history at the University of Denver. Take the famous Indian biryani, for example. There are as many ways to prepare the dish as there are states in India.
We at More Than Just Curry, have always been awed by the little flavor bombs that get placed, quite unceremoniously and without aplomb, next to its more illustrious main dishes. During our food tours, we explain, with much pride and association, how our humble Chutneys fill our senses with flavors and tastes that stay in the mind for a long time.
As I studied in NEW York not too long ago, peers and professors often asked me – you’re from the land of curry, and that’s when it struck me with a swaggering halo above my head and I had my genius moment of the century – hell no – “we’re more than just curry”. We bring you the best Indian Food Tour, discover Indian food, a real taste of India with us.