Food News


Making phalsa-stained memories 

Phalsa is indigenous to India and is commercially cultivated in Punjab and parts of North India.

published : 19 May 2022

The Dosa Millionaire

Subramanian Krishnan, who aspires to sell a billion rice pancakes, wants to make this simple dish a household staple abroad  
 

published : 15 May 2022

Best kept secret 

The best way to explore a city is through local cuisine and residents.

published : 12 May 2022

Swedish Malayali kitchen

Devi Nair, a Kochiite settled in Sweden, is cooking up a Malayali storm in her foreign kitchen

published : 12 May 2022

Offering a flavourful contrast

Butter chicken prepared with peanut butter or prawns served with sambar may seem like an unusual amalgam to the average North Indian.

published : 08 May 2022

Love at first sip

The genesis of mead can be traced back to 7,000 BC in North China. The Grecians venerated the ferment as ambrosia or nectar of the gods.

published : 08 May 2022

Wrapped with love

Wondering what to get mum for Mother’s Day? Here are CE’s picks

published : 07 May 2022

The taste of China 

Chef Yozuo Han is all set to make Hyderabadis give the desi Chinese a break and fall for his authentic recipes.
 

published : 07 May 2022

Mango mania

It’s the season of the ‘king of fruits’ and one can never have enough of it.

published : 07 May 2022

Samosa our staple snack?

Old City shops make kheema samosa (Luqmi), Hyderabad’s own variation of samosa for ages. Sarvi at Banjara Hills makes samosas stuffed with onions (Irani samosa).

published : 07 May 2022

Here come the mangoes

As the heatwave takes over the whole of North India, most of us have been cooped up inside homes.

published : 05 May 2022

These Delhi-based ventures revive family recipes and offer employment to women

hwab Welfare Trust - a Vinod Nagar-based humanitarian organisation that works towards women and youth empowerment - launched a culinary initiative, Ambiya-Memoirs of Taste.

published : 03 May 2022

Keep it cool

It is time to go back to our roots and sip on some homemade drinks to beat the heat

published : 01 May 2022

Discovering Assam, one dish at a time

For Chittaranjan Park resident Sneha Saikia, the food of her home state Assam has always evoked a sense of nostalgia.

published : 01 May 2022

It’s Barely Bread

There’s a bread out there that you can have as much as you want.

published : 01 May 2022