- A member of the Parsi community who is based in Mumbai, Meher Mirza is an internationally-published and award-winning writer who wrote about Indian street food for Serious Eats.
- Meher focuses on food, travel, and culture in her work, and favors the exploration of Indian food and culture through a postcolonial lens.
- She was the former chief copy and features editor at BBC Good Food India, and has contributed to BBC Travel, CNN Travel, The Guardian, Saveur, Food 52, and Roads & Kingdoms, among others.
Meher Mirza is a Mumbai-based food and culture writer, editor, and literature nerd who wrote about Indian street food for Serious Eats. A member of the Parsi community, she prefers to explore the anthropology of Indian food and culture through a postcolonial lens, and her writing has appeared in the likes of BBC Travel, The Guardian, Saveur, and Condé Nast Traveller India, as well as in anthologies by Lonely Planet and Fodor’s.
For her piece entitled “ACID TRIP: Travels in the World of Vinegar,” Meher won an IACP Award, and has twice been nominated for a James Beard Award. She’s also been a guest on the IVM Podcast Not Just Dhansak, as well as on Indian panel discussions such as Paper Planes.
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