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Cold comfort: India’s most sought-after winter dishes

Cold comfort: India’s most sought-after winter dishes

Written by Dipti Nagpaul D’souza | Updated: January 17, 2016 2:24:38 pm Here’s a look at some winter dishes from across India that are tied up in nostalgia in our collective memories. Close your eyes and think of til-gud. Prepared in a variety of ways — as revris by north ...

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Food review: Made to order

Food review: Made to order

Written by Shantanu David | New Delhi | Published: January 23, 2016 3:42:10 pm Korean Bulgogi Burgers at Dirty Apron New kid on the block, Dirty Apron enjoys the street cred of its older sibling, The Piano Man, not to mention the latter’s music as you ascend the lift to ...

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Chef Shreeya Adka on the new menu at The French Door, RS Puram

Chef Shreeya Adka on the new menu at The French Door, RS Puram

A standing joke in my family is that whenever we eat out, the first thing I look for is a dish with mushrooms. So when we went to The French Door in RS Puram to check out the new menu, my son exclaimed, “You should be happy; lots of mushroom-based ...

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As He Likes It | The Indian Express

Chef Kelvin Cheung (right) has collaborated with Chef Boo, who moved from Chicago to Mumbai

Written by Dipti Nagpaul D’souza | Published: February 20, 2016 12:55:39 am Chef Kelvin Cheung (right) has collaborated with Chef Boo, who moved from Chicago to Mumbai He is stubborn. If a dish he has created doesn’t work with his patrons, Kelvin Cheung would rather take it off the menu ...

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Top your rasam with neem flower petals

Top your rasam with neem flower petals

The stretch of road by the neem tree near our apartment in Chennai is treated to a shower of neem flowers every summer. The tiny white flowers, with mere wisps for petals, would come apart even as you pick them up for a closer look. Tyres and feet powder them ...

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Worth the Fuss | The Indian Express

Worth the Fuss | The Indian Express

Written by Shantanu David | Published: February 27, 2016 12:26:06 am Front courtyard of Tamasha. Enviably located on a private lot on Kasturba Gandhi Marg, just off Connaught Place, Tamasha avoids resulting traffic snarls with a valet service, a must on the high-density road. Spread over two floors, with cavernous ...

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Meet dog chef Ishmeet Chandiok

Meet dog chef Ishmeet Chandiok

Is your furry friend tired of the same dog food? Is your pet fond of what is on your plate rather than what is in his? Do you want your dog to be excited when you put food in his bowl? Then it is time you give your dog a ...

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How safe is your milk to drink? Experts caution against contamination

How safe is your milk to drink? Experts caution against contamination

By: PTI Written by Pallava Bagla | New Delhi | Published: March 6, 2016 9:30:31 am   A cheap milk testing kit has been developed by the Defence Food Research Laboratory (DFRL) in Mysuru. Express files India is today the world’s largest producer of milk thanks to the white revolution. ...

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Vegas Uncork’d: mermaids, canapés and rock stars

Vegas Uncork’d: mermaids, canapés and rock stars

Vegas is everything you imagined: hedonistic pursuits and glittering casinos, bikinis and ball gowns, neon signs and pulsing laser lights. So, not surprisingly, Vegas Uncork’d — demurely billed as a food and wine event — turns out to be a high-octane culinary roller coaster featuring rock star chefs, designer menus ...

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History with an Indian Accent

History with an Indian Accent

Written by Shruti Chakraborty | Updated: March 10, 2016 2:44:28 am The haveli boasts of an elaborate vegetarian and non-vegetarian fare (above); arched gateways, jharokas, and balconies carry the Mughal theme forward. The 200-year-old haveli is not easy to find, though the landmark is pretty popular — the Jama Masjid ...

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