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A street-side shop making fresh flat-bread in Kolkata. These are called "rumali rotis", which translates to "handkerchief bread" because of how soft, thin and large they are!
A cycling vendor that sells bread. I'm not sure about other countries but this is a dying profession in Malaysia. In fact, I have never seen one in my life. Of all places, this guy was cycling outside my housing estate. This picture shows a contrast between the new and the old where even in an urban area, there are still traces of times gone by.
A traditional North Indian dinner starts with a few mouth-watering starters followed by a wheat based bread. The wheat bread (roti or naan or kulcha) is eaten with a few gravy based side-dishes and then followed with rice and yoghurt to have a wholesome meal. Desserts always follow. (Always).
Dry Yellow Curry at the Bottom: Aloo Jeera,
Yellow Lentil Stew in the Centre: Dal Tadka and
The Brownish Gravy towards the left: Paneer Makhani.
Roti was given to me by my bestfriend Bogs..he bought Roti at singapore last July..isn't he cute?
The great Baba Sweet Tooth of Pakistan was considered one of the generous humanitarian figures the world has ever known. Every Eid he would come to every child's house in his complex mechanical driven rickshaw chariot led by fifteen fantastical and magical markhors leaving gifts of candies, toys for the children and gifts to the parents for a happier life. The legend is told that his special abilities to bend time and space by a gravity impelled technology was bestowed upon him as a gift from Zeta Reticuli aliens over a thousand years ago to help spread joy the world over and give great inspiration to all the young children of Pakistan and eventually to lands far beyond. Young and old highy revere him & say he still is around but resides out in the stars still returning to this day every Eid like clock work.
Today you can smell the sweetness of the Ginger Roti Mahal from dozens of miles away and sweetness has not ever turned stale in all this time since the first brick of ginger roti was carefully laid with love by the great Baba Sweet Tooth over a thousand years ago.
selamat pagi semua.. yuk sarapan dulu, menu kali ini roti cane dan ayam panggang
Roti canai or roti cane is a type of Indian-influenced flatbread found in Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia and Singapore. It is often sold in Mamak stalls in Malaysia. Traditionally Roti canai is consumed with curries, as a dipping sauce or poured upon the roti. Variations of curries includes lentil, vegetables, mutton, beef to chicken curry. Roti canai is a favorite breakfast dish in Malaysia. It is among the popular Malaysian Indian cuisine.
Design: Otl Aicher
Poster campaigning against U.S. nuclear weapons based in West Germany. This was a collaboration with students from Schwabisch Gmünd school of design.
Mama Roti, Zjeng van Huuëvelkes Beth, Groeëte Rogstaekersoptocht, Weert, Netherlands, 2014
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