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Delhi-based Deeba Rajpal on her signature of style with food and photography

Delhi-based Deeba Rajpal on her signature of style with food and photography

Food bloggers are dime a dozen these days. It seems all you need is a camera, an Instagram account at your disposal and a few witty-on-the-surface remarks to make do and win likes and followers. But Deeba Rajpal, known as PassionateAboutBaking with over 113,000 followers on Instagram, is one the ...

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Brunching under the jackfruit tree

Brunching under the jackfruit tree

Back in school, the night before our annual picnic would be the longest for me; packing, unpacking, making sure all essentials were in place — packets of Uncle Chips, cream roll, sandwiches, chole bhature packed in tiffin boxes and packets of sliced Britannia cake. A similar feeling was evoked when ...

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Meals on wheels – The Hindu

Meals on wheels - The Hindu

Bollywood star, Saif Ali Khan got to reprise his role in his 2017 film, Chef somewhat last week when he launched Marriott on Wheels. The service is a mobile food truck that will travel to Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Lucknow, Pune, Madurai and Kochi. Marriott on Wheels will cover a distance of ...

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GI Tage for Araku Valley’s Arabica Coffee

GI Tage for Araku Valley’s Arabica Coffee

Araku Valley, the highlands of the Eastern Ghats mountain range overlooking the Bay of Bengal, is brewing one of the best coffees in the world and its aroma just got headier with the Geographical Indication (GI) tag it was recently awarded. Located 2,985 feet above sea level, coffee plantations here ...

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The newly-opened Sangam Saga restaurant in Madurai gives you a taste of healthy food of the ancient Tamils

The newly-opened Sangam Saga restaurant in Madurai gives you a taste of healthy food of the ancient Tamils

The pleasure of good food begins with the preparation and is further enhanced by the affection of the people serving it. You will find both in abundance at Sangam Saga, the newly opened signature restaurant planned and executed by Chef Ram Prakash. Celebrated for his world record for whipping up ...

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How the GI-tagged Erode turmeric is made market-ready

How the GI-tagged Erode turmeric is made market-ready

Farmhand R Anandi flicks a brown turmeric tuber into a basket at her feet. She takes less than a second to figure out that it is of superior quality. “It has to look plump and shiny,” she tells us, as her basket nearly overflows. Seated by a hillock of turmeric ...

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Here is what Ahoy bistro has to offer

Here is what Ahoy bistro has to offer

A small dome-shaped baked yoghurt, with a dash of cheese cream on the side, a couple of fresh orange rinds, a few strawberries casually scattered and finished with a fresh and sprightly twig of aniseed delicately resting over it. Why would you want to eat baked yoghurt at Ahoy Bistro ...

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All mixed up – The Hindu

All mixed up - The Hindu

If you’re looking to impress a date, take them to Together at 12th. Just by virtue of being on the twelfth floor of Le Meridien, in Gurugram, it takes the restaurant to a rarefied space. Depending on what time you go, you’ll either get an expansive view of the Aravallis ...

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After nine – The Hindu

After nine - The Hindu

On a cool evening in the outdoors, candles flickering, notes of the live accordion provide a background to a soft drone of happy voices. Stout bottles of cognac rest on the bar, while liveried waiters walk on the moist grass with trays of boozy hot chocolate and canapés. Standing on ...

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the story behind Chennai’s Chai Waale

the story behind Chennai’s Chai Waale

It all started with some tea: 15 cups, to be precise. Armed with a degree in Business Management from King’s College, London, Vidur Maheswari had been eyeing the untapped tea market. He describes how his father used to drink “15 cups of chai (tea) a day,” thus sowing the seed ...

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