The Vanishing Khaosuey The thing about a collaborative initiative or a pop up or a takeover is you don t really know who to talk about Then I guess that s the whole point of it of both of them having created a unique event of rare occurrence Instagram is a mad universe of beautiful food pictures and if you re as food triggered as we are you wouldn t help but think Yaar how would this have tasted We keep asking ourselves that when we look at the food made by home chefs All thanks to seasaltcafe ahm we finally did get to try it bowledoverbykari is an Instagram account by Karishma Mehta a lawyer turned homechef yay one more on this side of the fence By popular demand she branched out into making and sharing recipes of some gorgeous meals in a bowl Last Sunday she took over seasaltcafe ahm for a Cosy Sunday Meal and offered the following Veggie Spicy Mushroom Ramen Khaosuey Tofu Carpaccio Now there s something you need to know about eshashah12 she sees the word Khaosuey and needs a bowlful within the next 24 hours And hence our request was obvious chef in the making of Sea Salt Cafe knows our obsession and excitement about good food infact she shares that sentiment too and was kind enough to send us the Ramen and Carpaccio There was a lot of food on our table A lot The Ramen was loaded with Button and Shimeji Mushrooms which instantly made sure the house smelled divine We re loving how more restaurants are using and familiarising the city with Shiitake Portabello and Oysters too And while I was still digging into the bowlful of Ramen somewhere on the other side of the table somebody I won t tell who made themselves a proper bowl of Khaosuey shared half of it with my sister and finished the whole lot All I could taste was a couple of spoonfuls and can only imagine how intense it would ve been And hence as a sign of protest against this injustice the Carpaccio was not shared with anyone but the father which tasted so much better after a few moments of the silken tofu having rested in the flavourful Soy We were indeed Bowled Over by Kari How was your Sunday

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The Vanishing Khaosuey

The thing about a collaborative initiative or a pop-up or a takeover is, you don't really know who to talk about! Then I guess, that's the whole point of it, of both of them having created a unique event of rare occurrence.
Instagram is a mad universe of beautiful food pictures and if you're as food-triggered as we are, you wouldn't help but think - "Yaar, how would this have tasted!?"
We keep asking ourselves that when we look at the food made by home-chefs. All thanks to @seasaltcafe.ahm we finally did get to try it!
@bowledoverbykari is an Instagram account by Karishma Mehta, a lawyer-turned-homechef (yay one more on this side of the fence! 😄). By popular demand, she branched out into making and sharing recipes of some gorgeous meals-in-a-bowl.
Last Sunday, she took over @seasaltcafe.ahm for a 'Cosy Sunday Meal' and offered the following :

Veggie/Spicy Mushroom Ramen
Khaosuey
Tofu Carpaccio

Now, there's something you need to know about @eshashah12 , she sees the word 'Khaosuey' and needs a bowlful within the next 24 hours. And hence, our request was obvious!
@chef.in.the.making , of Sea Salt Cafe, knows our obsession and excitement about good food; infact she shares that sentiment too and was kind enough to send us the Ramen and Carpaccio (There was a lot of food on our table! A lot!)
The Ramen was loaded with Button and Shimeji Mushrooms which instantly made sure the house smelled divine! We're loving how more restaurants are using and familiarising the city with Shiitake, Portabello and Oysters too!
And, while I was still digging into the bowlful of Ramen, somewhere on the other side of the table, somebody (I won't tell who!) made themselves a proper bowl of Khaosuey, shared half of it with my sister and finished the whole lot! #Satyavachan
All I could taste was a couple of spoonfuls and can only imagine how intense it would've been!
And hence as a sign of protest against this injustice, the Carpaccio was not shared with anyone but the father, which tasted so much better after a few moments of the silken tofu having rested in the flavourful Soy!

We were indeed Bowled Over by Kari!

How was your Sunday?

#IPaidForIt

The Vanishing Khaosuey The thing about a collaborative initiative or a pop-up or a takeover is, you don't really know who to talk about! Then I guess, that's the whole point of it, of both of them having created a unique event of rare occurrence. Instagram is a mad universe of beautiful food pictures and if you're as food-triggered as we are, you wouldn't help but think - "Yaar, how would this have tasted!?" We keep asking ourselves that when we look at the food made by home-chefs. All thanks to @seasaltcafe.ahm we finally did get to try it! @bowledoverbykari is an Instagram account by Karishma Mehta, a lawyer-turned-homechef (yay one more on this side of the fence! 😄). By popular demand, she branched out into making and sharing recipes of some gorgeous meals-in-a-bowl. Last Sunday, she took over @seasaltcafe.ahm for a 'Cosy Sunday Meal' and offered the following : Veggie/Spicy Mushroom Ramen Khaosuey Tofu Carpaccio Now, there's something you need to know about @eshashah12 , she sees the word 'Khaosuey' and needs a bowlful within the next 24 hours. And hence, our request was obvious! @chef.in.the.making , of Sea Salt Cafe, knows our obsession and excitement about good food; infact she shares that sentiment too and was kind enough to send us the Ramen and Carpaccio (There was a lot of food on our table! A lot!) The Ramen was loaded with Button and Shimeji Mushrooms which instantly made sure the house smelled divine! We're loving how more restaurants are using and familiarising the city with Shiitake, Portabello and Oysters too! And, while I was still digging into the bowlful of Ramen, somewhere on the other side of the table, somebody (I won't tell who!) made themselves a proper bowl of Khaosuey, shared half of it with my sister and finished the whole lot! #Satyavachan All I could taste was a couple of spoonfuls and can only imagine how intense it would've been! And hence as a sign of protest against this injustice, the Carpaccio was not shared with anyone but the father, which tasted so much better after a few moments of the silken tofu having rested in the flavourful Soy! We were indeed Bowled Over by Kari! How was your Sunday? #IPaidForIt

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