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Shardaayi: The Nectar of Warriors by GURMEET KAUR
It is famous as the drink that powers the largely vegetarian yet physically fit Nihang warriors of Punjab.
Bangalore's Bobby da Dhaba by NIDHI & BALAJI
Nestled beside the Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara in Ulsoor, Bangalore, India, is a dhaba that serves heavenly Punjabi fare.
The 11 Best Foods You Aren't Eating by TARA PARKER-POPE
A list of healthful foods that are easy to find but don't always find their way into our shopping carts.
Delectable Vignettes of Sikh/ Punjabi Life - Around Food A Book Review by MICHELE GIBSON
The food organizes the biography, not only of the author's but also of the important people in her life.
Langar Di Daal by VIVEIK OBEROI
I don't know what's the secret ingredient in the langar kaali daal; maybe it's faith, maybe it's love.
The Neighbourhood Tandoor by AVTAR SINGH
Like the village well, it brought the women of the neighbourhood together.
Sikh-American Food Enterprise Expands Further by SHERRI BURI McDONALD
It all began in the 1960's when Bhai Harbhajan Singh Yogi served spicy tea to his yoga students.
The Inimitable Amritsari Fish
The best fish for the dish are the varieties caught from the Harike Pattan and Beas Rivers.
Home is Where ... by HARDEEP SINGH KOHLI
The son of Punjabi immigrants in working-class Glasgow, Hardeep Singh Kohli suffered from identity confusion - was he really any more than a Scot in a turban?
Lassi: The Nectar of the Gods
Punjab's timeless household beverage has outscored exotic wines and fancy coffees in a unique European competition.