Uncle Rao was a vegetarian who detested vegetables. But he ate them three times a day with ferocious glee. He’d crafted a spice & herb blend that made even spinach taste like the chorus of life rushing through an Old Delhi street.
A mind-blowing flavor sensation for your veggies: piquant and earthy suddenly switching bright with a dash of mint.
Indira Nani rode a penny-farthing across the Indian heartland. But she collided with a cropper in Varanasi, flying off the handlebars and into the holy Ganges. She was saved by her culinary expertise, as her rescuer had heard of her famous tandoori chicken and wanted a taste. She’d crafted a spice & herb blend that flavored meat like a ride on rolling hills rushing down a ravine.
A twist-and-turn flavor sensation: dark and smoky with fragrant notes that detonate evenly.
Great Auntie Mona was once given a French Horn by a British soldier. He regretted the gift as soon as he heard her play. But one night on the Malabar coast, he realized there were notes she did perform beautifully. She crafted a blend of spices & herbs that make seabass sing like the dawn chorus at a festival in Goa.
A resonating flavor sensation: peppery timbres resonate through waves of coconut with a tangy reverb.