Food is his forte. Ajit writes about anything and everything revolving around food. Through his stories, he introduces the readers to new cuisines, recipes, preparations, chefs and food trends.
The way he describes food, and the personalised way he writes it makes it relatable, and often ends up with the reader's mouth-watering. In some of his articles, he even takes you down memory lane to the traditional or heritage dishes made by grandmothers.
“The concept of grazing tables where attractively presented finger food, toothsome nibbles and crisp, elegant crudités (fancy name for sliced veggies) paired with yoghurt-based dips, will soon become the rage. Instead of a dining table groaning under the weight of the obligatory biryani, raita and salan or lasagna, potato salad and caramel custard... millennials are moving on to lighter, visually appealing food.”