March 2019 / A Collective of Syrian Refugee Women Have Found an Outlet for Their Home Cooking - SAVEUR

The anonymous group of women prepare their regional specialties for hungry customers in Jordan

November 5, 2018 / There’s No Escaping the Gentrification of Chai - Eater

In Pakistan’s most populous city, a wave of upscale chai stands are selling working-class tea culture to a new generation of affluent consumers

September 25, 2018 / Eating Black Forest in Lahore - Roads & Kingdoms

What do Germany and Pakistan have in common? A beloved cake.

Summer 2018 / The Disappearing Karachi Dinner Cruise - SAVEUR

Seafood dinners in Karachi used to be common, but because of waning tourism and dirty waters, they're slowly starting to disappear

March 12, 2018 / Everybody Loves Hashem: The Always Busy, Open-Air Jordanian Lunch Spot With No Menus / SAVEUR

Tourists and locals alike gather at Hashem in downtown Amman, an unenclosed restaurant where the waiters just guess at how much falafel they think you can eat

March 5, 2018 / Inside One of Karachi's Last Iranian Cafes / SAVEUR

As other Iranian tea shops and cafes in Pakistan have come and gone, Cafe Khairabad has somehow survived, serving lunch to the diverse workers of Chundrigar Road for generations

February 8, 2018 / The Sandwich That Ate Pakistan - The Trip / Roads & Kingdoms

How an unassuming KFC chicken sandwich became a permanent part of Pakistani food culture

November 2017 - Pakistan’s Martha Stewart - Roads & Kingdoms / Slate

A profile of Zubaida Tariq: home cook turned TV star, 72-year-old grandmother - and an inspiration for memes

November 3, 2017 - A Dish So Good It Makes You Mad at All The Other Food You’ve Eaten - Roads & Kingdoms

On breakfast obsessions in Beirut

June 2017 / Highly Recommended: 7-Up with Milk Is a Revelation - Eater

For breaking the fast during Ramadan, nothing satisfies quite like doodh soda

July 2017 - Amman food trends - Skylife Business

Amman's restaurateurs are looking to local culture to develop new food concepts

February 2017 / I Learned to Live Out My Fantasy of Adult Life in a Dunkin' Donuts - Food52

2017 / The Universal Struggle to Get to the Bar Before Happy Hour Ends - Roads & Kingdoms

It's 5 p.m. on a Thursday, and there's a line for a cab in Amman

2016 / The KFC Chicken Sandwich That Ate Pakistan - Roads & Kingdoms

How a fried chicken sandwich became a part of Pakistan's plagiarised food culture

2016 / Relearning the Art of Procuring Alcohol Legally - Roads & Kingdoms

Dispatch from a liquor store in Amman, Jordan

 2016 / Turmeric latte: the 'golden milk' with a cult following - The Guardian

Cafes are spicing up their menus with cold-pressed turmeric juice added to almond, cashew or coconut milk.

2016 / In Pakistan, people wait for hours for these delicious hot cross buns - The Telegraph

On a beloved Easter ritual in Pakistan

2016 / From dip-dye to marble: 2016's hottest wedding cake trends - The Telegraph

A roundup of wedding cake trends

2016 / Fancy a Nutella naan? How Nutella is eaten around the world - The Telegraph

A look at how Nutella is incorporated into everything from pizzas to parathas

2015 / Dispatched by Bourdain: A Stage Set for Slaughter - Roads & Kingdoms

Longform story on the sacrificial animal market in Karachi for the Islamic holiday of Eid, and the culture of consumerism, crime and the city's most expensive cattle

September 2015 / Fat Friend -  ELLE India

On why ghee is good for you, ft. Bulletproof Coffee creator Dave Asprey

2015 / Breakfast: The Under-Appreciated Cousin of the World-Famous Naan - Roads & Kingdoms

The best breakfast meal in Karachi is a paratha

2015 / Breakfast: Halwa Puri - Roads & Kingdoms

Karachi's grease-and-spice laden breakfast of survivors

2014 / In Karachi, the delivery man cometh - Roads & Kingdoms

On how food delivery businesses took over the city

2013 / Pakistan's Patty Kings - Roads & Kingdoms

The Karachi home-grown burger: the bun kebab

2013 / Tea in the Boiling City - Roads & Kingdoms

In chai, Karachi trusts: why tea is the binding force in the city

2012 / Chicken Soup for the Shiite Soul - Roads & Kingdoms

A stew called haleem has become synonymous with the rituals around the Shi'ite mourning month of Muharram