Spend the holiday on a culinary trip around the globe without leaving Chicago.
It’s Pakistani pastrami.
A tiny new grocery off Devon offers a nice selection of Sri Lankan nonperishables.
Black salt from Nepal smells like eggs.
My first try at Hunter pastrami
Know your qeema from your kadhi at this suburban Pakistani joint.
In which I cure a turkey breast with Pakistani hunter-beef spices.
A sweet treat from Karachi that will break your teeth if you look at it wrong
Inspired by two cookbooks from local authors, Mike Sula attempts to make Indian recipes designed for a slow cooker in Roger Ebert’s beloved Pot, i.e., a rice cooker.
Local food writer Colleen Taylor Sen has self-published a guide to dining in Indian restaurants and will give a talk on the subject for the Chicago Foodways Roundtable on Saturday, September 18.