Beards, Booze, and Bacon: The Indian Food Episode

first_img Learning About Finger Wrestling, Mountain Cheese, and More Fun from Germany Learning All About Aquavit with Christian Krogstad What new bourbon are we pumped about? Which hiking trail are we exploring? Why is the next supercar so cool? The Manual is dedicated to helping men live a more engaged life. Each week, our editors and guests get together for a round-table discussion about what’s new, exciting, and unique in the men’s lifestyle world. So pop open your favorite brew, step into your man cave, and start streaming.  Editors’ Recommendations Further ReadingWhy You Should Plan a Trip to Santa Barbara, California Right NowWhat the Hell is Chutney?World’s Oldest Message in a Bottle Discovered on a Remote Australian Beach A Rev-ealing Conversation About IndyCar Racing with Takuma Sato For this week’s episode of Beards, Booze, and Bacon: The Manual Podcast, the round-table (slightly reduced by circumstance) of host Greg Nibler and Food and Drink Editor Sam Slaughter speak with chef Jessi Singh of Bibi Ji in Santa Barbara, California, about all things Indian food.Not only does the team get the skinny on how Singh came to be the proprietor of restaurants in Australia, New York City, and Santa Barbara (which includes, but is not limited to, milking buffalo), but they also delve into the differences between authentic and inauthentic Indian cuisine, how to tell if your local Indian restaurant is legit, and why wine goes great with Indian cuisine.By the end, we guarantee you’ll be looking for the nearest place to get an order of chaat and a Kingfisher Beer. Talking Food Trucks and Fusion Cuisine with The Peached Tortilla’s Eric Silverstein The Manual Spirit Awards 2019: Redux last_img read more

Displaced in Pudukudiruppu to be resettled this week

However the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) had raised concerns saying the last remaining war displaced at Menik Farm, who were moved out last week, had been placed at another camp in Mullaitivu. (Colombo Gazette) War displaced people in Pudukudiruppu are to be resettled later this week, the Mullaitivu government agent said.The official had sent out a notice to the displaced staying in temporary homes or with their relatives in Pudukudiruppu saying that they will be resettled on Thursday. The war displaced people from the area have been told to gather at the Pudukudiruppu central college on Thursday with the relevant documents. The government had last week said that all the war displaced in the north had been resettled after the Menik Farm IDP camp was closed. read more