Premium ingredients have no space in my kitchen; I focus on complexity of spices: Chef Himanshu Saini

Chef Himanshu Saini of TresInd Studio Dubai celebrates a mint new Michelin star with an emotion-charged flavour atlas

published on : 11th September 2022

'Veg Caldin Koyloleo' dish, an ode to the Dhangar community

Chef Avinash Martins is rethinking his culinary philosophy and celebrating Goa in an inimitable way

published on : 28th August 2022

Sawadee Ka Thailand: Good news for Thai cuisine lovers in Hyderabad 

The Thai-inspired dinner spread hit all the right spots and with the promise to come back for more whenever the next Thai food festival is held, we bid adieu to Terrace.

published on : 6th August 2022

Taste of Kerala: Exploring one of the most flavoursome cuisine in India

During my visit almost at the end of the summers meant three kinds of pickles are offered from tender mangoes.

published on : 6th August 2022

A Slice of Persia, a Dash of India  

For chef Nasrin Karimi, it is a distillation of her life in India, which has been home to her since 1980, when she left Iran in the aftermath of the revolution in 1979 and moved to Madras.

published on : 26th July 2022

Curating delectable surprises

Food historian Pritha Sen talks about her current projects, how her experience in journalism and teaching helped her foray into food research, and more.

published on : 1st July 2022

Tapping memories through gastronomy is for real, Indian food historians tell us more

For writer and food historian Chitrita Banerjee, the scent of jarda or perfumed tobacco that goes into a Bengali mithey paan transports her to her childhood home in Kolkata.

published on : 26th June 2022

Chef Varun Totlani’s Phalsa sorbet with fresh Kokum salad

After a day spent gallivanting around hot and humid Mumbai, ordering Varun Totlani’s Cactus-Cucumber Salad at Masque is a piece of cool heaven.

published on : 26th June 2022

Breaking bread by the Brahmaputra: Mitali Gogoi Dutta's unique culinary tours

Guwahati-based Mitali Gogoi Dutta conducts unique culinary tours for national and international tourists to eat the local cuisine and experience the dining practices of rural Assam

published on : 19th June 2022

A novel perspective on Indian flavours

The various communities that have travelled to and settled in India have had a strong influence on the country’s fare.

published on : 14th June 2022

From Malabari ‘invasion’ to Arabic 'domination', how Kerala's food scene has changed

Malayali palate has gone through several changes over the years --- from rice and curries to Indo-Chinese cuisine, people are now experimenting with Arabian flavours.

published on : 11th June 2022

A world tour of homemade cuisines

Do you want to have Chinese tonight, or Italian?” If one could have a penny every time someone made this statement, then… you know the gist.

published on : 9th June 2022

Delhi romances the rains with comfort food 

This week, the city woke up to the most beautiful weather. It was raining cats and dogs and the winds were gusty too.

published on : 26th May 2022

Tune in to enjoy a culinary soirée

Food and its cultural importance has evolved over decades and so have the mediums that talk about the same.

published on : 23rd 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 on : 7th 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 on : 1st May 2022

The General’s Table  

The royal cuisine of erstwhile Bhopal is a unique epicurean’s experience in the city of lakes.  

published on : 10th April 2022

Brunch experience: The lazy, breezy meal

The concept of brunches are growing increasingly popular in the city, CE finds out more about the popular meal.

published on : 2nd April 2022

Spain on your tongue 

Meet the chef who is a master of of international cuisines but loves comfort foods such as the humble dal chawal.

published on : 2nd April 2022

A lot of dil in her food

A connoisseur of Hyderabadi cuisine, Dilnaz Baig speaks to CE about the need to preserve age-old recipes, how she keeps her food authentic, curating the Nizami food fest at Hyatt Place and more

published on : 26th March 2022
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