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There’s nothing quite like the intensity and emotional depth of Pakistani dramas to draw you into another world. And what better way to enhance the experience than with a warm cup of Tapal tea paired with the rich creaminess of Everyday milk? It’s the ultimate duo for drama watching!
The vibrant and diverse South Asian community in the United States brings an array of captivating events that showcase the rich cultural heritage of the region.
Over the last several decades, the diaspora of the Indian subcontinent has been labeled, relabeled and lumped together too many times to count. Indian and Pakistani immigrants were known as “Black” in 1980’s United Kingdom. The U.S. census classified them as “white” in 1970, and a host of transnational solidarity movements have cycled them through lengthy acronyms and broad umbrella terms.
No journey to South Asia can be complete without trying some of the most scrumptious dishes that this region offers. Every country in the region boasts of its own delectable cuisine that has the power to bring you back again and again. So, whether you are in India or Nepal, Afghanistan or Bhutan, you will never fall short of incredible food options that will surely steal your heart.
What It Is: A fireball stew of tender beef or lamb shank, thickened with flour.
Eaten With: Chili, cilantro, ginger and lemon garnish. Hot, buttered naan. Lots of water.
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