MIRCH

AcronymDefinition
MIRCHMember of the International Register of Consultant Herbalists and Homoeopaths
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Inspector Tracy Harkins, from Paisley Community policing team, said: "We are investigating a breakin at the Mirch Masala restaurant in Wellmeadow Street.
"I work with wedding planners, chefs and caterers who refer clients to me," Mirch says.
One such example is of the film, Mirch Masala directed by Ketan Mehta in 1989, showing this changing role of women in the Indian cinema.
The city's food and beverage trend- setters have gentrified the poor man's tea and overnight, those who drank only Darjeeling, and the First Flush, no less, are asking for Kali Mirch Chai with the Colaba Fish Fry Sandwich, or Cutting Chai and Bun Maska when they are at Soda Bottle Opener Wala.
All the classics are served, including chilli paneer, methi murgh mirch - fresh fenugreek and green chillies cooked with tender chicken in a smoked cream sauce.
Nature and nurture combine to delight a young girl: early morning walks with her grandmother picking kachnar buds or chugar, the flowers of the imli trees; sitting under the shade of the molsri tree on a hot afternoon stringing its fragrant flowers on a twig; the rustle of silk and gossamer tissue saris; the refined flavours of her grandmother's kitchen - Hyderabadi khatta salan and lal mirch aur lassan ki chutney, the fragrance of ittar and the motia flower embedded in the air and in fabric - the memories are intense.
The Whisky Dinner is a three/four course banquet on Sunday, May 29 featuring such treats as Crab Malabari (crab meat with coconut, chopped curry leaves, mustard seeds, tomatoes and onions), Simla Mirch Chicken, Tandoori mixed grill or lamb chops.
Crews used a ladder to reach five adults and three children in flats and on a second-floor roof as flames engulfed the Mirch Masala restaurant below.
KARACHI -- Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, took serious notice of the incomplete construction of Kunri Mirch Mandi (Chili Market).
Now the Punjab province has started witnessing a mushroom growth of the structures in the fields in its central districts of Nankana Sahib, Sheikhupura, Lahore and Kasur where farmers now prefer to grow tomatoes, capsicum (shimla mirch), cucumbers, bitter gourd and okra.
I could say just about the same for my hari mirch gusth (PS8.50).