Tag: Soni Satpathy-Singh
Though meat and marrow curried versions exist all over India, perhaps the most popular version is nihari.
You may be stressed about who’ll clinch the presidency but, you shouldn’t feel stressed on hosting your own election night party. Here are my tips!
The play demonstrates “how deeply entrenched views about the complexities of the outside world can permeate even the most intimate of relationships.”
I’m not a big fan of Indian sweets, but there is one particular dish my mom would make on Dusshera that is my favorite – kadali pitha (kadali means bananas and a pitha is a sweetened pancake in Odiya). Consider kadali pitha our version of decadent, delicately spiced, and deep fried banana pancakes.
Whiskey and samosa go together. Whiskey plus learning samosa folding, and sari draping, on the same darn night, with good friend Jack (Daniel)? Notsomuch. The comic below is based on true events. I know Jack Daniel’s all too well. I know jack squat about putting on a sari.
A very special performance will be taking place on Saturday, September 17, in downtown New York City. Ayana Arts will host their first ever collaborative South Asian art showcase which benefits SAYA, the South Asian Youth Action.
We’re beginning to experience cooler temperatures nation-wide. There will surely be other physical changes in the environment in the coming weeks as well, you know, with deep oranges, browns, and mustard-colored foliage dotting trees; the crisp acoustics of crunchy leaves underfoot; and soon enough, shades of pumpkin decorating each porch in time for Halloween.
I created this comic months ago but, I felt it right to share now during the whole Melania-plagiarism scandal that has rocked the country.
Harleen Singh’s new documentary, “Je Suis Superhero,” is a fantastic feature on three people using cartoons to fight stereotypes.
In the book “Bread, Wine, Chocolate: The Slow Loss of Foods We Love,” author Simran Sethi implores her readers to understand the locales that these beloved commodities come from.
If life gives you lemons, make lemonade, and if Beyoncé gives you Lemonade well, hell, then what?