Of Potato Chips and My Vicinal Diet
Surely one of the best things about travel is the chance to enjoy such a variety of fine foods in their — if we may personify, or anthropomorphize just a bit — natural habitats.
You’ve read about my adventures with the Naughty Tomatoes and the Lime ’n Masala Masti crisps. This morning I went for the more sensible option, Magic Masala and Black Dog.
With the vicinal diet I get to eat the best foods in the best places. March is only a week old, but I’ve eaten a lot more than exotically-flavored potato chips.
At New Delhi, aloo paratha, roti and Afghan chicken from the tandoori, dosa, homemade raita, and lots of tea. Incredible India has incredible food, and I have every intention of sticking to my vicinal diet.