Rathina Sankari

Rathina is a freelance journalist from Pune, India and loves to explore stories that are based on the intersection of history, culture, heritage and food.
Rathina Sankari
Rathina is a freelance journalist from Pune, India and loves to explore stories that are based on the intersection of history, culture, heritage and food.

Latest from Rathina Sankari

Barcelona food tour: experience authentic Catalan cuisine as you eat your way through charming foodie neighbourhood

Did you know Spaniards eat five meals a day? Next time you’re in Barcelona, live like a Catalan and stroll around the charming Gracia neighbourhood tasting delights such as Iberian ham, churros and meatballs.

26 Jul 2018 - 7:51PM

Did you know Spaniards eat five meals a day? Next time you’re in Barcelona, live like a Catalan and stroll around the charming Gracia neighbourhood tasting delights such as Iberian ham, churros and meatballs.

Barcelona food tour: experience authentic Catalan cuisine as you eat your way through charming foodie neighbourhood
Best food in India: why Lucknow dishes still have a taste of royalty and where to find the best biryani

Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh was once home to rulers called nawabs, who were renowned for their love of luxury and food. The royal cooks made inventive and subtle dishes, including the city’s famous slow-cooked biryani

10 May 2018 - 6:52PM

Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh was once home to rulers called nawabs, who were renowned for their love of luxury and food. The royal cooks made inventive and subtle dishes, including the city’s famous slow-cooked biryani

Best food in India: why Lucknow dishes still have a taste of royalty and where to find the best biryani
The secrets to Portuguese oven-baked bread in India and Macau

When explorer Vasco da Gama landed in Goa, India, he introduced Portuguese cuisine, including oven-baked bread, a pattern repeated when his countrymen sailed on to Macau and Portugal’s African territories

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

When explorer Vasco da Gama landed in Goa, India, he introduced Portuguese cuisine, including oven-baked bread, a pattern repeated when his countrymen sailed on to Macau and Portugal’s African territories

The secrets to Portuguese oven-baked bread in India and Macau