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Knowing a mother through her food: Read an excerpt from Balli Kaur Jaswal's Sugarbread
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Knowing a mother through her food: Read an excerpt from Balli Kaur Jaswal's Sugarbread

In Sugarbread, through the young protagonist's observations, the author delivers prose that not only captures the tangles within a family, but also turns food and delicious recipes into powerful metaphors depicting complex emotions.

Mumbai Mobile Creches' e-cookbook documents food memories of the city's migrant women
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Mumbai Mobile Creches' e-cookbook documents food memories of the city's migrant women

With their e-book Food Memories of Migrant Women, Mumbai Mobile Creches (MMC) aims to capture the cultural multiplicity and the migrant perspective, through the documentation of several regional recipes from across India.

The Mughal Feast: A fascinating chronicle of the royal repasts and recipes of Shah Jahan's time
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The Mughal Feast: A fascinating chronicle of the royal repasts and recipes of Shah Jahan's time

Nuskha-e-Shahjahani recaptures the nostalgia of the Mughal era, presenting the recipes and unveiling the mystique of the royal kitchens during Shah Jahan's reign

Christmas cuisine: A guide to heirloom recipes from all over India
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Christmas cuisine: A guide to heirloom recipes from all over India

Christmas, as a festival, certainly has a very strong connection with food. From the quintessential rum cake (albeit with a twist) to a full Naga feast, delicate kul-kuls, to salted meat and mutton stew — we got foodies from all over India to share their favourite Christmas recipes, and memories. These traditional dishes are made as per heirloom recipes, handed down from one generation to the next.

Nutrify India Now app will give you nutritional information on Indian foods
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Nutrify India Now app will give you nutritional information on Indian foods

The app has the facility to keep track of the energy balance between calories consumed and expended.

Oh My Foodness Vol. 1: Three-course meal for your loved one – Garlic Prawns (appetiser)
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Oh My Foodness Vol. 1: Three-course meal for your loved one – Garlic Prawns (appetiser)

Food is the way to the heart! Therefore, this Valentine's Day, instead of saying the three clichéd words ‘I Love You’, take your love a notch higher. Say these five words 'I cooked you a meal' and see how you make their day instantly. Firstpost presents to you the first volume of our show ‘Oh My Foodness’.

Christmas cuisine: From milk cream to duck curry, chefs share festive family recipes
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Christmas cuisine: From milk cream to duck curry, chefs share festive family recipes

We spoke with chefs across Christian communities in India, to reminisce over the the traditional Christmas specialties they grew up eating:

9 Months Episode 10: Find out how to cook healthy and balance those nutrients
9 Months

9 Months Episode 10: Find out how to cook healthy and balance those nutrients

In this episode, we use various ingredients, dish up interesting, healthy recipes, and show you how to balance your sugar and salt intake.

Book Excerpt: A Victorian Meat Grinder in an Indian Vegetarian Kitchen
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Book Excerpt: A Victorian Meat Grinder in an Indian Vegetarian Kitchen

Good kitchen cookbooks tend to be a feast for the eyes, but Tiffin stands out because it is part cookbook (with tempting photographs of food), part graphic novel (thanks to Mohit Suneja's illustrations) and altogether delightful

Evernote Food update brings OpenTable Reservations
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Evernote Food update brings OpenTable Reservations

If you're using the Evernote Food app on your iOS device, whip it out for this new update. Evernote has updated its Food application to include some new

Don't like broccoli? This soup will change your mind
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Don't like broccoli? This soup will change your mind

George HW Bush famously hated broccoli. Perhaps he should have tried this delicious (and simple) soup.

When life gives you lemons, make a lemon bar
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When life gives you lemons, make a lemon bar

Lemon bars make a great little dessert requiring very little effort and no fancy ingredients. They are sweet, buttery, lemony, and creamy – all good things to satisfy the sweet tooth.

Murgh Musallam: stuffed chicken has never tasted this good
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Murgh Musallam: stuffed chicken has never tasted this good

Think chicken stuffed with eggs and fried onions, marinated in papaya, saffron and yogurt. This bygone Awadhi delicacy will knock your socks off.

Pounding the chicken cutlet
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Pounding the chicken cutlet

Polish food is light on spices but not bland. When you want a fool-proof meal that appeals to everyone try this crunchy chicken cutlet.

The Black Forest Cherry cake: that traditional Indian favourite
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The Black Forest Cherry cake: that traditional Indian favourite

Every bakery worth its yeast in India has some form of the Black Forest Cherry cake. Here’s how you can impress someone by making it at home.

Dinner plans: Sloppy Bombay Joes
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Dinner plans: Sloppy Bombay Joes

Sloppy Joes, that American staple of ground meat and buns gets a desi twist in this popular Sloppy Bombay Joes recipe by Food Network star Aarti Sequeira.

Brekker on the go: Shakshouka
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Brekker on the go: Shakshouka

In need of a breakfast that’s budget-friendly and really quick to put together? Then shakshouka is just what you need.

Dinner plans: Dal tadka with Shan masala and dill
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Dinner plans: Dal tadka with Shan masala and dill

This dal recipe with a special secret masala is sure to wow you.

In your lunchbox: Kashmiri chilli potatoes
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In your lunchbox: Kashmiri chilli potatoes

Boiled potatoes coated with spicy and tangy sauce made with Kashmiri chillies. Be warned this is a fiery dish. Keep that bottle of water close.