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Western chefs are turning scent composers but Indian cuisine has always recognised its importance
Perfumery was one of the key ways in which a rich man’s food differed from dishes cooked for the masses.
Five gifted women chefs and restaurateurs who have preferred to keep a low profile
Fewer women get the opportunity to rise to the top of this...
Leafy Heaven: India’s edible greens satiating the rising interest for sustainable foods
The wide choice of leafy greens that India has to off...
2019’s biggest food trend may see chefs bringing their own culinary cultures to restaurant kitchens
'Maa ke haath ka khana' will go from homes into restaurants.
Bengalurean chefs adopt smoked meat dishes to feed rising demand
Keeping up with the global trend of slow cooking, smoked meat is creating a buzz in the city's culinary circles.
This robot chef will prepare a meal for you in 20 minutes - unsupervised and unattended
Two 23-year old engineers are busy perfecting a cooking bot which will not need your presence to cook a meal for you.
India’s fussy politicians a challenge for western diplomatic chefs
Perhaps it is a subtle way to score political points, and their food choices, or non-choices, do tend to cast them in a virtuous, if eccentric light.
France’s most acclaimed chef Alain Passard explains how vegetables remain his 'passion and love'
This chef went vegetarian in the heart of haute cuisine — Paris — and lived to retain his three Michelin stars.
Michelin-star Chef Srijith Gopinathan is living the 'California dream'
The only Indian chef to win the coveted stars two years in a row, Gopinathan was in the capital last week for a pop up.
Was the pizza chef one of the 6 Dhaka attackers?
Survivors of the attack, including ones allowed to leave by the terrorists, were detained by authorities for questioning for over a day.
I’m in awe of what Indian gastronomy has to offer: George Calombaris, MasterChef Australia judge
From jalebi to pani puri, Calombaris has an appetite for Indian food.
Star chefs Gaggan Anand and Zorawar Kalra share delicious mithai recipes with a western twist
Gaggan Anand shares his recipe of the 'Poor Man's Porridge' and Zorawar Kalra shares his recipe of 'Jalebi Caviar with Pistachio Rabri'.
Why Chef Srijith Gopinathan is the best bet to take Indian cuisine to the next level internationally
The second Michelin star sets Gopinathan apart on the list of Indian chefs in the Michelin list, including his Taj group colleague Chef Sriram Aylur of The Quilon in London.
Chakhna at city’s bars is no more a chip off the old block
Chefs are unleashing their creativity in this new-found segment as they discover Bengaluru’s growing global palates and health-awareness.
Indian cooking cannot be done effectively without South Asian chefs
The very idea that Indian cooking could be effectively done without this hereditary South Asian implement is naturally anathema to restaurateurs in Britain.