Go Goa Goan at Taj City Centre, Gurugram with Chef Vaz

Steeped in the medieval past of Goa are tales of conquerors, seafarers and missionaries; of Portuguese ships docking and the mingling of cultures, languages and food with its ethnic people. Today, the Portuguese influences have dovetailed with the Indian to create a...

The Emergence of Home Chefs and Popularity Of Pop-Up Food Events

The last few years have seen a rise in 'pop up' dining and luncheon events. After food trucks, home cooking events seem to be the next wave of innovation and evolution in the food sphere. Home Chefs are opening the doors of their homes to welcome guests or joining...

The Best Luxury Resort in New Delhi -The Roseate

Birthdays are special days when the world conjures up to make dreams come true. While the day is spent soaking in the laughter and cackles of friends, clinking of glasses at some point during the day seals the concept of Joie de Vivre.This year for my birthday, when...

Macher Matha Diye Dal – Fish Head in Moong Dal

Did you know that dals were virtually unknown in ancient Bengali cuisine? This is one stark difference between the ancient and contemporary foods of Bengal. The superabundant supply of fish, thanks to its terrain meshed with rivers, delayed the use of pulses as a rich...

Got a secret. Will you keep it? Fridays at the Vietnam Embassy.

Delhi is abuzz with the plentitude of cuisines in the offing for its receptive customers. The customer of today is eager, excited and ready to experiment new cuisines. With live streams and Instagram updates by the million every day, we feel we know all the places the...

Keema Bharey Karela

To be honest! I hated bitter gourd or Karela as we call them in India when I was a child. So bitter! I mean, which school going kid likes Karela or for that matter Parmal, Ghiya, Tori. Yuck! Where these green vegetables are concerned, Mom tried her level best to...

A Spicy Food trail to Delhi 6 with the “Spice King Of Cork”

How often does one get a chance to take a renowned chef from Ireland on a food tour to Old Delhi? Arun Kapil is a food entrepreneur, spice expert and an eminent person in Ireland. A name to be reckoned with, the radio shows host him plenty and the newspapers feature...

A Stopover At The Long Neck Karen Hill Tribe Village in Chiang Mai

Three days seemed few for Chiang Mai. The last two days had vanished in a wink. With only a day left in hand, Sam and I decided to opt-in for a package tour to cover the White Temple (Wat Rong Khun), the hot springs, a visit to the Karen tribal village all the way to...

Uttara Swami Malai Mandir, Delhi

IN SEARCH OF A HILLOCK - UTTARA SWAMIMALAI MANDIR At the time when India gained Independence, the population of South Indians in Delhi was meagre. As the years rolled on, the population increased and the Skanda Sashti festival which celebrates the killing of the...

A Taste of Assamese Cuisine at Baankahi

Baankahi: A watering hole for Assamese cuisine lovers If one sees the trends in the food culture of the city, every new restaurant seems to be playing it safe. They're serving tried and tested cuisines like Italian, Thai, Chinese or if they are more adventurous, then...

God’s own canvas – The Mughal Gardens, Rashtrapati Bhavan

The spring season that splashes our lives briefly in the city, ushers open the gates of Rashtrapati Bhavan for about a month. Hordes of people queue up to revel in the riot of colours of happily dancing flowers in all gaiety. Galvanized by the marvellous Mughal...

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