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Sep 09, 2017
Gaggan Anand is ready for an Indian tour de force: The celebrity chef on his four-city culinary journeyCelebrity chef Gaggan Anand tells us what inspires his culinary creations
Aug 06, 2017
Rampuri cuisine may not be as popular as its Awadhi counterpart, but it's no less sumptuousRampuri cuisine has been nearly forgotten, although chefs are trying to stage its revival for a while now
May 11, 2017
Mother's Day: Try your hand at these dishes, to give your mom the feast that she deservesWhat better way to appreciate one's mom on Mother's Day than by whipping up dishes that honour her love!
Aug 20, 2016
Who moved my sandesh cheesecake: Indian desserts aren't faring well in fusion cuisineWhen you try to mix around Indian desserts unmindfully, what you end up with is a ‘gulab jamun cronut’ or a ‘sandesh cheesecake’. It’s a mélange all right, but calling it modern is misguided!
Jan 06, 2016
Watch: Stephen Colbert ups the masala, cooks Indian food, shakes a leg to Bollywood songsStephen Colbert on his show decides to learn Indian food from Indian-American chef Yamini Joshi who is a part of The League of Kitchens to find out all the nitty gritties.
Mar 26, 2015
UK: Indian eatery owner charged with manslaughter, after patron dies from eating curryIn the first such case, the owner of a string of award-winning Indian restaurants in the UK has been charged with the manslaughter of a 38-year-old customer who died following a severe allergic reaction after eating a curry that contained peanuts.
Aug 10, 2012
How an Indian chef's lamb curry will help you sleepAn Indian-origin chef and TV presenter has created a "lamb masala" curry that he says will help people sleep, because it produces effects similar to sleeping pills.
Jun 28, 2012
How Palak Paneer invaded HelsinkiFinland boasts of at least two dozen Indian restaurants that serve mouth-watering palak paneer, chole-naan, kadi-pakora, butter chicken and other delicacies.
May 08, 2012
Why Hillary's all-south Indian breakfast fare wasn't 'traditional'US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was treated to the finest south Indian fare of idli, dosa, uthapam, upma for a breakfast meeting with SM Krishna in the Capital today. Read on to know why these south Indian dishes may not be 'Indian' at all.
Apr 25, 2012
How Britain's immigration policy is killing 'curry'Thanks to the British government's immigration policy of capping the number of foreigners migrating to Britain, Indian restaurant owners are being forced to hire unskilled Europeans rather than bring in trained chefs from the sub-continent.