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Getting LA hooked to more than just curry

Getting LA hooked to more than just curry

When author-caterer Kaumudi Marathe was born, the gifts her parents received included Robert Louis Stevenson’s A Child’s Garden of Verses and Margaret Wise Brown’s The Whispering Rabbit and Other Stories. Not surprisingly, she got her first byline at the age of 11, when her mother sent a poem written by ...

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Iconic Restaurant – The Hindu

Iconic Restaurant - The Hindu

“Anirban!” The middle-aged man has already called the name out thrice before alloting the table to the next person. The group of women in line are pleased at the unexpected promotion. Just then, Anirban appears out of nowhere. “You called me, sir!” he pants. “You are late. Please wait for ...

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The essential kitchen garden – The Hindu

The essential kitchen garden - The Hindu

Planning your crops is one way to maximise the space in your kitchen garden — whether it is on a tiny terrace, or a large backyard. By using the space above ground to grow produce, you can create more growing space. There is a wide range of vining plants of ...

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Dinner in ten minutes – The Hindu

Dinner in ten minutes - The Hindu

“Send your sons and daughters to my workshop, ‘Chef in a day’, and I promise you that they will cook up a three-course meal for the family that same evening,” says B Ramki, whose One Pot One Shot (OPOS) cooking technique is gaining popularity world wide. “The workshop is for ...

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In the kingdom of fruit

In the kingdom of fruit

It’s a paradox of sorts. The Thais make their fruit extra luscious and edible with their carving skills — but you don’t feel like destroying such artistry by eating them. So one way out is to eat these amazing fruits right off the tree at a spot called ‘Suan Lamai’, ...

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Promising a balanced diet, The Buddha Bowl is fast becoming the choice of the health conscious and fitness freaks in the city

Promising a balanced diet, The Buddha Bowl is fast becoming the choice of the health conscious and fitness freaks in the city

Move over the thali meals. A new bowl meal is trending now in the city. A concept that has caught on the world over has earned the fancy of the health conscious Maduraiites. Recommended by a friend, I signed up for a bowl last week. It was a delightful sight ...

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The social aspects of meat and butchery regulation in Hyderabad

The social aspects of meat and butchery regulation in Hyderabad

The Kolkata meat scandal is still sending painful punches to T-bone of the meat industry of southern India, as well as somewhat diminishing the appetites of several meat lovers. After all, 20000kg of rotting meat is pretty hard to miss. So has this changed the way Hyderabadis buy meat? Earlier ...

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Make a sherbet with the jamun or naga pazham

Make a sherbet with the jamun or naga pazham

A food magazine after my own heart was undoubtedly the BBC India Good Food Guide. Since it’s no longer in circulation, I hold on to past copies almost like I am safe guarding treasure. A few years ago, one issue carried a recipe for a naval pazham sorbet. This is ...

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In conversation with celebrity chef Manu Chandra

In conversation with celebrity chef Manu Chandra

Sometimes life gives you an opportunity to meet a celebrity who has been a source of inspiration. Last week, Manu Chandra, chef and partner of Olive Bar and Kitchen that owns nine brands including Toast and Tonic, Fatty Bao and Monkey Bar, visited Coimbatore to launch the Nolte brand of ...

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Le Casse Croute brings French food at Indian prices to Bengaluru

Le Casse Croute brings French food at Indian prices to Bengaluru

Nicolas Grossemy came to India from France four years ago for an internship, armed with a business major. He focused on exploring the Asian market through his internship, in the hopes of finding inspiration for a business venture of his own. His longing for the flavours of France, coupled with ...

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