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I was rather amused the other day when visiting a friend and hearing a small group of adolescents bantering, n...

Back in business: Calcutta’s bars

After months of remaining shut due to the pandemic and no permit to serve alcohol as a precautionary measure a...

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...

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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Food  /  Published 23.01.20

Sarah Todd talks about the AO chef series

The culinary bug bit Sarah Todd early on in life and since then, there’s been no looking back. Culinary school, MasterChef Australia, extensive travels across the world and in India, cookbooks and a...
By Anannya Sarkar in

West Bengal  /  Published 17.01.20

Food deadline relaxed for bars

Restaurants with bars can now allow guests to finish their food even after midnight with the state excise department making a change to its 2018 order that mandated closure of the premises by midnight...
By Pinak Ghosh in Calcutta

Travel  /  Published 18.05.19

Maxed out in Milan

Milano, or Milan, is a major fashion capital and we often hear about it in the world of designers, models and glitterati. It is an international business hub and a destination usually skipped by touri...
By Natasha Celmi in

Food  /  Published 04.07.19

A chicken pakoda recipe from the bylanes of Old Delhi

Immediately after Independence Kundan Lal Jaggi, a refugee from Peshawar, who came to Delhi with nothing but the skills to make the best tandoori food, set up a restaurant in the lanes of Daryaganj. H...
By Smita Tripathi in

Food  /  Published 20.08.19

Recipes to give you a taste of Thailand

Tapioca Balls with FillingIngredients Minced chicken or mushroom- 270gMinced sweet radish- 100gRoasted peanuts (coarsely crushed)- 55gPalm sugar- 150gVegetable oil- 1tspLight soy sauce or salt- 1tbspP...
By Vipada Yimcharoen in

Food  /  Published 03.08.19

Order in: The C to K of Cloud Kitchen

Can there be a restaurant with no storefront, no tables and chairs, and no diners either? Apparently, yes. Call it ghost kitchen, virtual kitchen, dark kitchen or by the more popular term — cloud ki...
By Nandini Ganguly in

Food  /  Published 11.04.20

Recipes: Indulge your sweet tooth this Easter

Carrot CakeChef Vikram Ganpule, Executive Chef, Andaz Delhi shares a recipe for carrot cake.  IngredientsEggs -- 9Sugar -- 800 gmSalt -- 1 tspRaisins -- 250 gmHazelnuts -- 250 gmWalnuts -- 5...
By The Telegraph in

Food  /  Published 10.04.20

Easy-peasy recipes for first-time cooks

So, as a greenhorn scribbler, I have to accept that I find myself at a loss of words as I open this write-up. Doesn’t happen often with me. I always gloated that my generation has been one that has ...
By Vikas Kumar in


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