Three years of Bawi Bride. Three years of serving up delicious home-cooked Parsi Food. And, one awesome giveaway!
My favourite food-ordering app, we need to talk. You know I’ve always been your number one fan but lately our relationship is turning sour.
My Bawaji was a simple man and his favourite phrase was ‘Walkeshwar na Pathra’. Here’s five lessons about life and business that I learnt from him as I honour his memory on the 2nd anniversary of Bawi Bride Kitchen
A new post on how the first episode of #MegaKitchens on @NatGeo made me dream about the day when the #BawiBrideKitchen churns out food for 100,000 people!
Not all Bawa’s need to move countries to return to their roots and experience all the history and culture that our faith has to offer. All they need to do is apply to the Zoroastrian Return to Roots program. Here’s why you should apply too.
An open letter to my 2014 self looking backwards and looking forwards
A 16 day food tour in Portugal by APTECE would be the perfect chance to expand Bawi Bride into the food and travel blog I want it to be. Here’s why I’d love to be chosen for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!
In just 8 months of my journey to evangelise Parsi food, I was selected to conduct a Parsi food workshop @ KGAF14. Here’s some highlights of the special day.
At Bawi Bride we recently completed six months of operations – a huge milestone for us. This wouldn’t have been possible without your support – thank you!
The Bawi Bride presents limited editions of dips and desserts – a new treat each week. Place your order for this week’s Dips ‘n Desserts box now!
The Parsi Community’s love for food is conversely proportional to our size. As a freshly minted Bawi Bride, I document my journey into cooking Parsi food…