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Pakistani attitudes about home cooking are changing as a growing middle class finds a plethora of food delivery options online.
At the block party (for 250,000 people) thrown by one of Karachi's most notorious crime syndicates
The burger may have a foothold in Pakistan, but on the streets of Karachi, the beloved bun kebab reigns supreme
In Pakistan, nothing cuts through class, creed, and politics quicker than a cup of tea
After the preacher’s mic switches off and the congregation is exhausted from the exertion of their flagellation, the men and women of Karachi adjourn. It is time to eat haleem.
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