The tiffin is a celebrated word that has its roots in colonial British India. While it refers to the midday meal, it has also expanded to refer to the metal containers that are described as tiffin boxes. As such, any conversation having to do with Indian comfort food will almost always involve the word tiffin, where it now involves a whole range of dishes and equipment, plus suppliers, as in the tiffin wallahs of Bombay. As long as it’s munched on between breakfast and dinner, it’s tiffin.
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