Naturally, the comment from Nichols, a noted author on Russia, war, nukes, and of "The Death of Expertise", left fellow netizens unimpressed.
In fact, users from all corners of the world found Nichols' tweet 'tasteless' and went into a frenzy, teaching him why Indian food is actually spectacular.
Although Nichols did garner some support, it was little, compared to the flak.
This condition has a cure, suggested a user
This condition has a cure via the gastronomic brilliance that Indian food is which itself is vast,varying by geography,religion,region,language and even country. You have possibly never tasted such a spectrum of taste, aromas spices in the US.Invite you to india to be our guest
The thing that gets me here more than the stunted palate is the use of “we.” So, Indians in Tom’s world are also “pretending” that their cuisine is terrible? Or do they not exist in Tom’s sense of community? I think we know the answer. https://t.co/PDBYPZDm6c