Pep up your kitchen adventures with DIY kits from city F&B dens

If there’s something that has been given precedence over anything else in the F&B industry in recent...

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

A must for a big fat brekkie, a tasty and convenient option for a carry-to-work lunch, on a barbecue party men...

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...

Food  /  Published 07.05.20

Social media is the new restaurant

The threat to public health due to Covid-19 has changed the way the F&B industry functioned. The restaurant owners are now looking at major changes in the way they operate. With uncertainty loomin...
By Nandini Ganguly in

Food  /  Published 04.05.20

Order in and enjoy your Iftar

What: Ramadan Special MenuWhere: Hyatt Regency KolkataOn till: IdTimings: Noon to 10pmOn the menu: Indulge in some of the traditional dishes this holy month of Ramadan from the kitchen of the star ho...
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Food  /  Published 01.05.20

How the city made a Punjabi dish its own

Punjab is the land of five rivers. Perhaps, it would be appropriate to call it the land of plenty! The fertility of its fields and the richness of its dairy have always been the envy of the subcontine...
By Satnam Singh Ahluwalia in

Food  /  Published 01.05.20

Four recipes that are nutritious any time eats

We don’t know how long it would take before the country limps back to normalcy. In the face of uncertainties that Covid-19 has thrown at us, we cannot afford to waste food. We need to act cautiously...
By Hena Nafis in

Food  /  Published 28.04.20

Recipe: Hot cross buns

Chef Sonu Koithara, Executive Chef at Taj Jumeirah Lakes Towers shares the recipe for hot cross bunsHot Cross BunsIngredients (for 25 pieces)Starter 200 gm Flour 250 ml Warm Milk&n...
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Food  /  Published 26.04.20

Replicating the dining out experience at home

There was a time, whenever we had guests coming home, my father would go early in the morning to the market and bargain for fish and vegetables. My mother would be cooking and cooking all day. The ide...
By Anjan Chatterjee in

Food  /  Published 25.04.20

Mango sunshine

Life has suddenly changed and we are all adapting to the “new normal”. They say when this dark period in history finally passes, there will be a pre-Covid-19 and a post-Covid-19 world. Well, I am ...
By Natasha Celmi in

Food  /  Published 24.04.20

Five city chefs and their quarantine cooking

By Nandini Ganguly in

Food  /  Published 13.04.20

Sweet treats while you spend time at home

The Scran LineFrom koala macarons for animal lovers to cactus cakes for those who are into gardening, bake something special and surprise your loved ones. Nick, a graphic designer and pastry chef, upl...
By Malancha Dasgupta in

Food  /  Published 11.04.20

The quarantine cooks

“Mom, where do you keep the salt?”“Is this jeera or dhania?”“How many spoons of turmeric shall I put?”“Oh God! this hing really stinks! Do I have to use it?”This is the refrain I hear ...
By Anjan Chatterjee in


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