Food & Health

For the ‘sake’ of taste

After trying a number of crisp, sweet, elegant, rich, sour and bitter sakes at the Embassy of Japan, Chahak Mittal discovers why Indian markets are a challenge for Japanese brewers Hold the cup close to your face. Let the aroma

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Dontelmama: A bond over Salsa, Tacos and Cocktails

Dontelmama scores both hits and misses. While it would let you bond over salsa, tacos and peppery cocktails, it might make you question some of your choices, says Ayushi Sharma Usually we hear of Bollywood nights, live music and sufi

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Politicisation of Food in India

Kerala forum pulls out beef curry from German food festival after protests by right-wingers If the wise George Bernard Shaw is to be believed, there is no love sincerer than the love of food. Indeed, for a country as rich

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Give a dog a bad name BUT??

While the demand for the mass killing of stray dogs reveals a genocidal mindset, exaggerated figures whip up mass hysteria against them and spread misinformation Some people spend the better part of their lives on providing education to street children;

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Fire in world’s lungs due to human intervention

The combined impact of human intervention, frequent forest blazes and climate change is beginning to tell on the health of the Amazon rainforests, the much-needed carbon sink of the world Considered a formidable natural fortress, the Amazon rainforests have a

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Remedies to Prevent Hair Fall

Hair is your crowning glory. When they fall, it can be a cause of worry for men and women of all ages. ROSHANI DEVI shares home remedies that can be beneficial Thinning hair and or falling hair can be a

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Whipping up sweet delights

Think of desserts and one thinks of cakes, pies, pudding and sweets. What makes us reach us out to certain kind of pastries and sweets? Is it because they are visually appealing, or because we know that they are sweet

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Ek garam chai ki pyali ho

Nothing like some hot masala chai and pakoras on a rainy day, more so if you are meeting up friends at a tony coffee shop in town. Keeping this clientele in mind this monsoon, the Claridges’ signature coffee shop  Pickwick’s

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A French honour

Chef Priyam Chatterjee aspires to serve the Indian Prime Minister and the French President one day. He makes sure he takes the local vendors into account while curating his special menus or even blending Bengali cuisine with other European styles.

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Lack of Organ Donor Awareness

Due to the lack of organ donation awareness, 500,000 people have died due to unavailability of organ donors.  What if you were blessed with the power to gift a life? You would probably say that you couldn’t play God. Yet

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