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Apr 15, 2019
From Baisakhi to Vishu, these traditional foods mark the advent of New Year festivals across IndiaBaisakhi in Punjab, Poila Boishak in West Bengal, Puthandu in Tamil Nadu, Bihu in Assam, Ugadi in Karnataka, Vishu in Kerala, Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra and the Sindhi New Year Cheti Chand— are all an embodiment of the same celebratory spirit when people use fresh produce from the harvest and cook an assortment of dishes.
Mar 28, 2019
Chef Ranveer Brar on his newly launched food app, culinary journey and importance of a balanced dietChef Ranveer Brar speaks to Firstpost about the conceptualisation and future of his latest food app, his style of cooking and word of advice to the emerging culinary explorers.
Mar 26, 2019
Traditional cookware is no flash in the panThere is renewed focus on the virtues of cooking in soapstone vessels or kalchattis, bronze urlis or rustic earthen cookware
Mar 26, 2019
How potatoes and chillies conquered Indian cuisineBlack pepper was the main source for heat in northern Indian food until the 18th century, which was when chillies slowly started to make an appearance
Jul 25, 2018
In old Hyderabad, a fourth-generation establishment whips up the well-loved Munshi NaanThe square-shaped munshi naan has a legacy of 167 years and was created by a man who served as a 'munshi' in the administration of the fourth Nizam of Hyderabad
Jul 04, 2018
Chef Mike Bagale on ending stint at three-star Michelin eatery Alinea, travelling to finding new culinary inspirationChef Mike Bagale, who is known for creating edible balloons and abstract dessert paintings, was recently in India to set up a pop-up at Masque, Mumbai
Mar 27, 2018
Chef Cyrus Todiwala on his only Indian restaurant, collaborating with hotels, and his love for eggsChef Cyrus Todiwala talks about his love for all things Indian and his vision for The River Restaurant, Goa | #FirstCulture
Nov 25, 2017
Is rasgulla row between Bengal and Odisha a case of forced separation of local cultures?How does it matter if the rasgulla originated in Bengal or Odisha, as long as it represents Indianness to the rest of the world? |#FWeekend
Oct 29, 2017
How temple cuisine in India made its way from places of worship onto the menus of five-star hotelsLong the mainstay of offerings made to the deity, or served to the poor and needy at places of worship as part of community service, ‘temple cuisine’ is now dished up in the kitchens of leading hotels as well.
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