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Eat, drink, relax

When I invite my sons, who are now in their late 20s, home to dinner, the first question they ask is: “W...

A taste of Germany served home

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A burst of Singaporean and Indian flavours

The current situation due to the pandemic has forced many popular festivals around the world to take the digit...

Top F&B names shut shop due to the pandemic

The last time I had met Manish Mehrotra in Calcutta was in 2018, just a few months after he had opened the thi...

Decoding the new dining experience

As strict rules have mellowed in the first phase of unlock, some of the city eateries have upped shutters to w...

To daddy, with love

So the other day, I was bantering with my children and asked nonchalantly: “So you kids, who do you like mor...

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Food  /  Published 04.07.20

Eat, drink, relax

The magic of Delhi Chaat is something we excel in. Nowhere in the world can you find the sensation of sweet, sour, crunchy and spicy served on or off the streets. If there is one thing you cannot mi...
By Karen Anand in

Food  /  Published 01.07.20

A taste of Germany served home

1.Chicken Bratwurst Sausage The quintessential German sausages is available on the Meisterwurst website in two variations — pork and chicken. We enjoyed them grilled, with some English mustard....
By Nandini Ganguly in

People  /  Published 28.06.20

A chat with British culinary king Brian Turner

You have been awarded with a CBE title — the highest ranking Order of the British Empire. Can you please decode that for us?What we have is a system, where the monarchy on her birthday, gives awards...
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Food  /  Published 27.06.20

Fibre: The key to health

Try to ensure that you consume at least three to four items from the list above.It is only our habits that can create good health and reverse disease. Hence, we recommend that people should add season...
By Karan Kakkad in

Food  /  Published 27.06.20

A burst of Singaporean and Indian flavours

Talking sustainability and going back to the roots with award-winning mixologist Vijay MudaliarIt was after we watched Vijay Mudaliar’s live stream on Zomaland@Home about DIY cocktails with locally ...
By Nandini Ganguly in

Food  /  Published 27.06.20

Decoding the new dining experience

MenuWhile Chai Break is operating with a shorter menu to ensure they are able to “maintain social distance in the kitchen”, Pa Pa Ya “doesn’t want to limit the entire experience of Pa Pa Ya wh...
By Pramita Ghosh in

Food  /  Published 27.06.20

To daddy, with love

Apple Tarte TatinThis is one of my most favourite desserts ever and one that ticks all the right boxes as far as being the perfect crowd-pleaser and adding a definite degree of sophistication and virt...
By Vikas Kumar in

Food  /  Published 26.06.20

Top F&B names shut shop due to the pandemic

The outlet was as popular with celebrities for drop-ins and deliveries, as with the common people such as me during my days in Mumbai when a swift trip to the Colaba outlet for her famous macarons wou...
By Anannya Sarkar in

People  /  Published 08.06.20

Vikas Khanna on his quest to #FeedIndia

I gave up on April 11 — we had promised people that ration was on its way but due to many variables involved, we could not keep that promise… I called Ma to inform her about this… she said that ...
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Food  /  Published 08.06.20

Four favourite regional dishes

The more I explore the foods of our beautiful country, the more fascinated I get with its wide variety, colours, textures and flavours. I feel blessed to be born in a country that is a magical amalgam...
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