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A cook off in the ballroom!

A cook off in the ballroom!

Judges had a hard time picking the winning dishes at the Kitchen Boss contest, as participants outdid themselves in creativity, innovation and skill Source link

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Tasty winter soups | The Daily Star

Tasty winter soups | The Daily Star

THAI BEEF NOODLES SOUP Ingredients 500g rice noodles  500g beef top round, thinly sliced 2 tsp soya sauce 1 egg 1 tsp sugar ½ tsp white pepper powder 500g beef ball 10 garlic cloves sliced fry for the soup ¼ cup spring onion ¼ cup coriander 1 cup lettuce 2 ...

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HOME COOKED GOODNESS – The Hindu

HOME COOKED GOODNESS - The Hindu

One of our favourite home food memories is the aroma of Gujarati kadhi simmering in the kitchen. Now this might be a norm in most households of the community. But for those wishing to experience the simple pleasures of a home-cooked Gujarati or Marwadi meal, The Culture House (TCH) is ...

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Watch: Here is how cookies become art

Watch: Here is how cookies become art

Home baker Sonali Philip creates art on cookies, deftly using colours, flavour and textures to create palm-sized bites of joy. Source link

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Review of Wonderchef’s Nutri-Pot: High pressure job

Review of Wonderchef’s Nutri-Pot: High pressure job

The press release called it “your personal robot,” so naturally EveryWoman is drawn to it. I had visions of this humanoid cutting up onions, washing the rice, deboning fish, and cleaning up the kitchen, as I threw up my feet up on the coffee table and sipped a G&T. The ...

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Palate pleaser – The Hindu

Palate pleaser - The Hindu

It’s made a space in Nehru Park, Chanakyapuri, its own and every year it introduces new food entrepreneurs to Delhi. Co-founders Aditi Kapoor and Ruchi Sibal tell us that, “Every year we curate 80-100 of the best food innovators to the Capital. The Fest has grown, with both old and ...

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Deconstructing tradition and tiramisu – The Hindu

Deconstructing tradition and tiramisu - The Hindu

I may not be a great one for tradition, but there is one practice that I follow – and very eagerly at that. Every year, sometime in autumn, our two friends take us out to dinner to a place that they recommend, or one that we want to go to. ...

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Review of Mazzo, Marriott Executive Apartments

Review of Mazzo, Marriott Executive Apartments

Months ago, when Marriott opened the city’s first serviced apartments in the Gachibowli area, I cringed when I saw the establishment had opened at a mall, thinking how downmarket it would have been. However, upon my first visit, it works out great given the residents have access to a city’s ...

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Champagne and caviar bar gives away to a more pocket-friendly nosh

Champagne and caviar bar gives away to a more pocket-friendly nosh

When Rivers to Oceans opened at a plush Lower Parel mall mid 2018, it was supposed to be the exact opposite of its predecessor (TGIF). A champagne and caviar bar that focused on the freshest catch from oceans across the world and a gilded oval bar that anyone would want ...

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The kulfi craze – The Hindu

The kulfi craze - The Hindu

In the crowded lane of Seetammadhara, the Bombay Kulfi store would be hard to miss. Standing amidst pharmacies and electronic stores, the recently-opened outlet stands out for its vibrant colours and quirky decor. From being a street-side quick grab to having outlets specially dedicated to it, kulfi has come a ...

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