Miniature Sheet on FDC – India 2017- Indian Cuisine – Regular Cuisine.

Miniature Sheet on FDC – India 2017- Indian Cuisine – Regional Cuisine.

The Festive season in India is at its Peak with various types of Festivals all across the Country. India with its diversity is home to various Regional Cuisine & food delicacies.

A Miniature Sheet was issued on 03 Nov 2017 containing six stamps of Rupees Five each on these Regional Cuisines.An FDC with a miniature sheet of Rs 30 on regional cuisine is listed.

 

Baby Appam – Pan cake made from a fermented rice batter. A common food in Kerala & Tamil Nadu

Baghare Baingan – Cuisine made from eggplant in Hyderabad and served with Biryani.

Dal Bati – Cuisine consisting of  Dal (Lentil) and Bati (wheat flour rolls).Peculiar to Rajasthan and also popular in UP and MP.

Litti Chokha- Dough ball made of wheat flour and stuffed with sattu ( roasted chickpea flour). Popular in Bihar, Jharkhand and eastern UP.

Sarson Ka Saag – Mustard greens served with cornbread (makke ki roti) and butter.This is typical food from Punjab specially during Winters.

Biryani – Mixed rice dish made with spices and meat. Mughlai from Delhi , Awadh Biryani from Lucknow and Hyderabad Biryani are most popular and delicacies.

FDC MS REGIONAL CUISINE
INDIA MS FDC 2017- REGIONAL CUISINE

 

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Miniature Sheet on FDC – India 2017- Indian Cuisine -Popular Cuisine.

Miniature Sheet on FDC – India 2017- Indian Cuisine -Popular Cuisine.

The Festive season in India is at its Peak with various types of Festivals all across the Country. India with its diversity is home to mouth-watering street food delicacies.

A Miniature Sheet was issued on 03 Nov 2017 containing six stamps of Rupees Five each on these Popular Cuisines.A FDC with a miniature sheet of Rs 30 on popular Cuisine is listed.

Poha-Jalebi – Street Food from Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Made from Sev , Jalebi & sliced onions etc.

Golgappas- The most popular street snack and food across all ages and regions. It is a crisp round ball served with flavoured water (tamarind water), fillings and garnishing. Known as Panipuri, Batashe,Fulki, Phuchka etc.

Dhokla – Peculiar to Gujarat and made from fermented batter and Chick Peas.

Chhole Bature – A delicacy from Punjab and Delhi. This cuisine is made from flour and chickpeas. Delhi and Amritsar are the best places to order your Chhole Bature.

Idli -dosa – Thes are south Indian snacks famous all over the country, Indian Sub-continent and the World. Made from fermented rice and served hot with sambar or Dal. Dosa is a pancake which can be plain and can any type of fillings depending on the region. Chain of special hotels serves this across the country.

Vada-Pav – Symbolic Marathi street food typical to Maharashtra and Mumbai. A fried potato dumpling served with sliced bread (Pav) is called Vada pav. Served with various types of sauces or chutneys.

FDC MS POPULAR CUISINE
INDIA MS FDC 2017 – POPULAR CUISINE

Stamps on World Food Day – Suriname 1984.

Stamps on World Food Day – Suriname 1984.

Suriname issued two stamps on World Food Day on 10 Oct 1984.

50c – Udder and Children           90c – Plate with Food

SURINAME FOOD DAY
SURINAME 1984- WORLD FOOD DAY

Stamps on International Wine Symposium – South Africa 1977.

Stamps on International Wine Symposium – South Africa 1977.

A beautiful stamp issued on International Wine Symposium held in Cape Town in 1977. The 15c stamp features wine glasses.

SA GLASSES
SOUTH AFRICA 1977- INTERNATIONAL WINE SYMPOSIUM

First day Cover on Arabic Coffee Tools – United Arab Emirates – 2013

First day Cover on Arabic Coffee Tools – United Arab Emirates – 2013

UAE issued a miniature sheet and four stamps on Arabic Coffee Tools on 24 Dec 2013.

The First Day Cover is listed.

UAE FDC ARABIC COFFEE TOOLS
UAE FDC 2013-ARABIC COFFEE TOOLS

Stamps on Arabic Coffee Tools – United Arab Emirates – 2013

Stamps on Arabic Coffee Tools – United Arab Emirates – 2013

UAE issued a miniature sheet and four stamps on Arabic Coffee Tools on 24 Dec 2013.

The stamps feature Al Dallah or bakraj -A traditional pot used to make coffee

Al fanajin – Espresso sized cups in which black coffee is served.

Arabic Coffee or Qahweh Arabiyya in the unfiltered version of coffee brewed from arabica beans.

MS UAE COFFEE TOOLS
MS UAE ARABIC COFFEE TOOLS 2013

Teapots on Stamps -Taiwan 1991

Teapots on Stamps -Taiwan 1991

Chinese people have known to like Tea from last thousand years. Taiwan (ROC) issued a set of five stamps on Teapots from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) & Ching Dynasty (1644-1911). These stamps were issued 18 Jan 1991. The Teapots featured are.

2 NT$ – Ming Dynasty Teapot . in underglaze blue. It has a bamboo stalk handle.

3 NT$ – Ming Dynasty Lustrous white Teapot. Two creeping dragon figures as handle and spout.

9 NT$ – Ching Dynasty Teapot with Landscape motif. Large mouth for long leaf green tea.

12 NT$ – Ching Dynasty Rectangular Teapot with Passion flower motif. the knob of the lid is in the shape of a ling chih fungus

16 NT$ -Ching Dynasty Rectangular Painted Teapot.

taiwan fdc tea pots
TAIWAN FDC 1991- TEAPOTS
taiwan brochure teapots
TAIWAN TEAPOTS 1991 – BROCHURE