Delicious discards: Zero-waste cooking

At the beginning of April this year, while I was waiting for one of my columns to be published for this paper,...

Breakfast truly is a standout meal

Breakfast is that meal of the day which many of us millennials consume half-asleep, lazily in our pyjamas just...

Be fast, fresh and flavourful in the kitchen

Natasha Celmi had a very specific idea in mind when she decided to pen her cookbook Fast Fresh and Flavour: Ev...

Incorporating ancient science of Ayurveda in modern life

My journey in health and fitness began three years ago with a trek to Mt Kilimanjaro. I discovered my love for...

What is not cooking on the social media!

What is it about being locked in and cooking? Why are people continuously cooking and posting, that is, those ...

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...

Food  /  Published 26.10.19

Mood food: On the effect of diet on depression

The relationship between diet and depression has been studied by multiple experts over the years. But most studies have been focused on specific nutrients such as fatty acids (omega-3) and vitamins B6...
By Kaushik Talukdar in

Food  /  Published 13.03.19

A tete-a-tete with Michelin-starred chef Julien Royer

Singapore-based Michelin-starred chef Julien Royer is known for modernising the French cuisine of his homeland, never forgetting to celebrate the ingredients with his award-winning restaurant Odette. ...
By Anannya Sarkar in

Food  /  Published 12.01.19

Where to eat Australia's best roo stew

Blanc de Blanc, jaffles and rooAfter a Tartare of Tuna with Cracked Wheat and Harissa Aioli and the Bendooley deli board, we start on the road again towards Centennial Vineyards — a beautiful settin...
By Karen Anand in

Food  /  Published 10.01.19

Masterchef Australia winner Sashi Cheliah on living his dream

Your best collaboration till date... My favourite collaboration would be with Karsh Kale (above). Names that Grain is most inspired by... I would say definitely Thom Yorke, Apparat and a band called H...
By Priyanka Roy in

Food  /  Published 09.01.19

Recipe from a Sex and the City favourite brasserie

LA TROTTA DELL VALLE CONLE NOSELLE (River trout, speck, hazelnuts and lemon) Serves: 4INGREDIENTS8 trout fillet, skinless and boneless4 prosciutto speck slices1⁄4 cup hazelnuts, toasted and cru...
By Smita Tripathi in

Culture  /  Published 05.01.19

Hot on the trail of the Dundee cake

By Bitan Sikdar in

Food  /  Published 03.01.19

Masterchef Ice Cream King loves making spaghetti

He was a favourite to win Season 9 of MasterChef Australia. Ben Ungermann lost out by just one point in a photo finish, but the 33-year-old former model is now a rockstar chef, travelling the world an...
By Priyanka Roy in

Culture  /  Published 03.12.19

Dining in Mughal India

This emergence of the cafe culture is ironically seen as a modern phenomenon today, with co-working spaces within cafes and bars. The modern-day cafes as co-working or socializing spaces are as repres...
By Anoothi Vishal in

Food  /  Published 22.12.18

Breakfast, lunch and dinner in Melbourne

Melbourne is a big city with a heart like London and the soul of old-world Australia. The city witnessed a Gold Rush for a few decades, onwards of 1850, and was set to be the next New York, so you’l...
By Karen Anand in

Food  /  Published 22.11.19

Recipes: A taste of Kashmir

Nadroo kebabIngredientsLotus stems – 1 kgPotatoes (boiled) – 500 gmGinger – 50 gmGarlic – 15 gmChopped green chillies -2Oil – 100 mlShahi jeera – 1 tspVer masala – 100 gmCumin powder ...
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