The Hundred-Foot Journey Symbols & Objects

Richard C Morais
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Tandoori

The tandoori was the deep coal pot on which Hassan’s grandmother and mother cooked the family meals.

Michelin Star

Restaurants that were awarded the Michelin star were considered to be the cream of the crop in France. It was such a prestigious award that Madame Mallory, who had received two Michelin stars for her restaurant before Hassan’s family moved across the street from her inn, felt like a failure because she had not earned the third star.

Passive Resistance

When Mallory went on her hunger strike to compel Abbas to allow Hassan to work for her, Abbas was upset because by sitting in his driveway until she got her way she was using “passive resistance.” Abbas felt she stole that method from Gandhi, the father of modern India.

The Ducklings

Madame Degeneret refused to sell a certain duck to Madame Mallory because the duck...

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