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Flavoured butters for your table

Flavoured butters for your table

I am one of those diners who will stand in front of a lavish breakfast spread and eye the butter. Bacon can wait, so can congee, croissants and waffles. For me, butter is supreme. I am an ardent fan of Amul, practically a rite of passage in India, which is ...

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All that is Indian – The Hindu

All that is Indian - The Hindu

Once in a while, food retail chain SunnyBee extends an invitation to all farmers and farmer producer companies, based around the country, that it sources from. The invitation is for them to visit Chennai for a few days, experience the city, and most importantly, meet and sell directly to costumers ...

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On a gilded platter – The Hindu

On a gilded platter - The Hindu

In 1927, Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner hosted a grand banquet, inviting kings and queens from all over the world. The guests were treated not only to the quintessential Rajput hospitality but also to finest European cuisines. The seven-course dinner consisted of classic French delicacies like potage andalou, fillet de ...

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Breads of the hills – The Hindu

Breads of the hills - The Hindu

“Siddu and babru are the two main breads from Himachal; siddu is probably the most loved,” says Sherry Malhotra, North West Frontier and Himachali food expert and founder of A Girl from the Hills. Also a home-chef, caterer, and Director of host relations at Indian Food Trail, Sherry gushes when ...

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Story of Ghiza Kitchen – The Hindu

Story of Ghiza Kitchen - The Hindu

Himayath Khan and Azra, a Pashtun couple, have opened their home and kitchen in Bangalore to people who would like a taste of Afghanistani and Pakistani cuisine. (Find them on Facebook at @GhizaKitchen, labelled ‘A Pakhtoon Family’s Home Dining Experience.’) The couple welcomes anyone interested in savouring their cuisine, with ...

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A bridge of sticky mango: introducing Chennai to Thai cuisine

A bridge of sticky mango: introducing Chennai to Thai cuisine

“In Chennai, the mango tastes a little different from that in Thailand,”says Chef Siriporn Krasaeat popularly known as Joy . The fruit is an inherent part of Thai cuisine, as is turmeric, but what the two countries do with these ingredients is vastly different. As her guests’ palates differ in ...

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Ooty’s iconic Shinkow restaurant – The Hindu

Ooty’s iconic Shinkow restaurant - The Hindu

Be it the 90s, when I used to visit my brothers in boarding school in the Nilgiris, or the recent summers I have spent in Ooty with my family, Shinkows has always been around, serving consistently good fare. The food here is simple and authentic, untouched by Indian spices, unlike ...

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Meet Candice the lady behind Chinita

Meet Candice the lady behind Chinita

Candice, a Malaysian with a Chinese lineage, started off as a home cook. She started cooking out of sheer “passion and necessity when I went to the US to study at the age of 18. I lived there for 11 years and had to cook for myself. That is also ...

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Review: Sentido Coffee Brewers, Hyderabad

Review: Sentido Coffee Brewers, Hyderabad

Sentido Coffee Brewers USP: Specialty brews of single-origin Arabica Where: Signature Towers, Kondapur Cost for two: approx ₹500 Coffee itself has such a varietal palate, that it’s often hard to wrap your head around everything that makes the globally-loved drink so special. And so, enter Sentido, another drinkery in the ...

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In sync with Rajwada style

In sync with Rajwada style

These are happy times for those who don’t want to venture near their kitchens. I have been looking at all the home delivery outlets that provide us with food, and am awestruck by all that they offer. So, when friends come over, ostensibly to visit a patient, we order in. ...

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