Das Sreedharan

Traditional cooking transcends

Food industry has grown all over the world, yet community cooking for big events is still an art of its own in India.

03 Feb 2018

Curry Zest on a Black Friday

Black Friday shopping spree begins the day following Thanksgiving—the fourth Thursday of November every year.

04 Jan 2018

Marvels of moringa oil

There are some distinct ingredients that add a unique taste to our cooking, and our favourite dishes become less interesting without them.

25 Nov 2017

Significance of Kaya Kalpa

Some of us might fancy heaven and the afterlife, but who among us, given a chance, would not want to be youthful again? And if we do have to age, do so gracefully, almost imperceptibly, to enjoy a lif

26 Oct 2017

Baby steps in London: Here's some homemade Kerala food!

When it comes to authenticity and consistency of flavours, home cooking it is! This has been the popular sentiment for a majority of people from the past generation.

04 Oct 2017

A song from the rice fields

Surpassing any other local food combination, rice and curry has emerged as a peculiar meal in countries like England.

26 Aug 2017

The green way of life

Thinking aloud on how to attract the youth to ground realities, it’s a conceivable thought to reach out to them through food.

17 Jun 2017

Simple cooking, positive theories

Sean Connolly fired up this dialogue midway through our dinner chat. Whilst filtering an expression, he asked, “Happiness is definitely possible through a curry mindfulness; why don’t we foster a jour

22 May 2017

New eating habit in South Asia

Over a spiritual discussion on taste and mother’s cooking, restaurateur and thinker Alan Yau said, “Food should be democratic and we must elevate the potential of the choices available to us.”

22 Apr 2017

Happiness around a fish meal

Three testing months have flown away from calendar pages, freezing grey days brought predictable calmness to the street.

25 Mar 2017

The invaluable curry leaf

For every cook, spices and herbs are magical tools for creating wonders with their cooking.

04 Mar 2017

Need for better school meals

Once the heat waves were swept away to the east by the refreshing breeze, the sun looked down kindly on our glowing vegetable

04 Feb 2017

Brexit opens more street food

Tottenham Court Road runs across the heart of London’s Oxford Street; this one-way one-kilometre stretch was the hub of electronic retailers for decades.

14 Jan 2017

Veg vs non-veg diner war

Black Friday (November 25) never beheld so prominent like this year; probably we missed the usual signs on a festival spell, which attracts huge crowds.

14 Dec 2016

Spirituality of a wizard

It's extremely rare to meet people who leave eternal impression in your life.

19 Nov 2016