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Andrew Wong, the 38-year-old chef-owner of London-based Michelin star restaurant A. Wong, is not your regular chef. For starters, he has a degree in chemistry from Oxford University and another in ant...
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People  /  Published 12.10.19

Chatting with Maggie Beer, a familiar face to the MasterChef Australia fan

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A road map to revive classical Indian cuisines

My grandmother, Mrs LC, the protagonist of the book, never tasted meat in her life, but was famous for her yakhni pulao and shami kebab—recipes that the family still follows. She also used to make m...
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Food  /  Published 05.10.18

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