Please check out my feature story on Mumbai, one of my most favorite places in the world, in this month’s issue of National Geographic Traveler, now on newsstands. For additional photos and information you can visit NGT’s online photo guide to Mumbai.
Monica, I can’t wait to see this. Having been to Mumbai now, I’m curious to learn how you spent your 48 hours. (Besides eating street food!) 🙂
Congratulations, Monica. Like Diana, I’m curious.
Unlike Diana, I’m also jealous. I’ve never been to India 🙁
Hey, fellow foodies:
I’ve got to take a few seconds to tell you about a new website that’s going to launch very soon.
It’s called Behind the Burner (www.behindtheburner.com)
…and I’m oh so excited about it.
Behind the Burner will serve you tips, tricks and techniques that are lighting the culinary world on fire.
If you like to cook, like to eat, want healthy nutrition advice and constantly search for ways to immerse yourself in the fascinating world of food, you’ll love this site.
Go to http://www.behindtheburner.com and your email address to receive updates and other information about Behind the Burner.
Tell all your friends. Do whatever you can to spread the great news.
Trust me, you’ll be getting your grub on soon.
Wonderful! I hadn’t opened the Oct. issue till I saw your post. I can’t wait to get to India!
thinks for share.
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