Among the latest to rise out of the wake of COVID-19 is Qmin, the Indian Hotel Company Limited aka Taj’s gourmet food delivery service that is all set to debut in Delhi- NCR, July 17-18.
Home-chef Sneha Lata Saikia cooks up authentic culinary jewels from the Northeast, especially Assam and Nagaland
The lockdown saw a surge in the sale of dark chocolates. The reasons are plenty. Read on.
They listed the usual: temperature checks and compulsory usage of masks and gloves for the staff, and regular sanitisation of the kitchen and equipment.
Owing to its medicinal benefits and adaptogenic benefits, turmeric has a long legacy of being used as a healing and reviving spice.
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
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.
This World Chocolate Day, turn the cocoa-rich bar into a decadent dessert or bring in happy hours with a sweet cocktail
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
As per rough estimates, about 91 per cent of the aluminium beverage cans get recycled in our country.
Commenting on this opportunity, Vir Sanghvi, Chairman, Culinary Culture, said, 'I’ve always believed that mothers are what makes India great.'