Food News

Gourmet made easy

A new book by Natasha Celmi shows how you can make cooking less of a mundane task, and helps you dish out global cuisine using local ingredients 

published : 09 Jul 2020

Despite COVID-19 lockdown relaxations, what’s eating Delhi?

Unlike MNCs such as McDonald’s and other fast food brands, most mid to upper-scale restaurants continue to operate only delivery and take-away, leery of opening too soon.

published : 08 Jul 2020

Dark and delicious

This World Chocolate Day, turn the cocoa-rich bar into a decadent dessert or bring in happy hours with a sweet cocktail

published : 07 Jul 2020

Brewing up a storm with ‘Overcooked’

Overcooked is an excellent outlet to channelise the anxious weekend energy. The simulation game was free on the Epic Games store recently, and it also has a second edition.

published : 06 Jul 2020

Colourful palate: Try malnad’s red ant chutney!

The department explains: “If you want to add a twist of excitement to your plate, it’s time people tried #Malnad famous chigli chutney! Made from red fire ant.

published : 06 Jul 2020

An eastern affair: 'Bangal' and 'Ghoti' delicacies come together, thanks to this Bengali couple

Those from outside West Bengal might not know this but there’s a divide in the culture between the Ghotis, originally from here, and the Bangals, who trace their lineage from present-day Bangladesh.

published : 05 Jul 2020

Big fat Indian wedding? Not in COVID-19 times, but here's how you can still make it memorable

The face of the wedding industry has changed, but that doesn‘t mean your big day should be compromised. Here’s how you can do things differently. 

published : 05 Jul 2020

Wok in the clouds

The F&B giant has aggressive expansion plans with the aim to open one kitchen every month, and roll-out 36 cloud kitchens over the course of three years, targeting Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore.

published : 03 Jul 2020

Responsible act: Selling water in aluminium cans

As per rough estimates, about 91 per cent of the aluminium beverage cans get recycled in our country.

published : 30 Jun 2020

Online culinary contest to recognise moms and their dishes

Commenting on this opportunity, Vir Sanghvi, Chairman, Culinary Culture, said, 'I’ve always believed that mothers are what makes India great.'

published : 29 Jun 2020

Delhi-based restaurateur-couple are their own tag-team

Suveett and Meghha Kalra talk about 15 years of togetherness in love and business and coming up with Ardor 2.1 in 2012.

published : 28 Jun 2020

Bhaiya ek chai: How COVID-19 has taken away the joy of that highly prized tea break

Tea drinking is not what it was ever since the COVID-19 lockdown began and work from home became the norm. This has impacted both tea sellers and tea drinkers in more ways than one.

published : 28 Jun 2020

Chefs cook up the past amid isolation

Childhood flavours soothe the stress of isolation as they come alive on the pages of forgotten menus.

published : 28 Jun 2020

Baking a future

Donning her apron and chef hat, Mahika kneads the dough, whisks the fresh cream, and brings her family down on their knees with her innovations.

published : 23 Jun 2020

Finding flavours amid Chinese food boycott

Amid calls for boycott of Chinese food and restaurants in India, several people are calling out the authenticity of the ‘desi-Chinese’ cuisine that we relish regularly at the nearest noodle shop.

published : 22 Jun 2020