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    8 recipes that prove colocasia and sweet potatoes are just as 'yam' as the regular spud

    Let's face it, when it comes to versatility, potatoes win the game. Having said that, with growing concerns around health, and not to mention the ungodly amount of carbs that come with a single serving of potato (every 100 grams of potato has 17 grams of carbohydrates), it might be a good idea to look at its substitutes. If you're looking to give...

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    Ramen lovers, here's a definitive guide to the best places in your city

    Reader, we are not talking about packets of instant ramen that you cut open at 2 am for a snack, although those do have a special place in our heart. We are talking serious ramen-A Japanese dish consisting usually of hand-pulled noodles and a rich broth-the kind that makes your tummy warm and your soul happy. Perfect for when you're extra cold or just have had a good...

    • 2 days ago
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    10 hot chocolate recipes so good you'll be hooked

    Don't you just love sipping on a cup of hot beverage on a rainy day while sitting in a cafe with French windows, subsuming the sights and sounds of the city? No thanks to the pandemic, this monsoon, we have not been able to live that moment but hey, we are not (exactly) complaining, because we have just the recipes to ward off that cabin fever. Take a look at some of our favourite sweet,...

    • 3 days ago
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    Give your monsoon chai-time favourites a healthy upgrade with these recipes

    There are always enough reasons to love the monsoon. For one, it brings with it a much-needed respite from the scorching heat. Add to that the opportunity of gorging on mouth-watering fried foods and copious amounts of tea and what you have is the perfect season. Having said that, unfettered binging could take a toll on our health, which along with the weather-change...

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    5 regional monsoon specials from Maharashtra's OG communities to warm up to this season

    It is popularly said that the languages, culture and cuisine in India change every few kilometres. With a population of over 1.2 billion people, 22 constitutionally recognised languages and over 19,500 dialects, one could very well say that our country's cuisine is like a culinary kaleidoscope. And taking Maharashtra as a prime example of this statement,...

    • 5 days ago
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    8 sustainable, natural and homegrown Indian kitchenware brands that are worth your money

    While the pandemic has, in general, made us appreciate the slow life more and understand the importance of sustainability on a first-hand basis, it was an Instagram share on a work group about using upcycled coconuts as kitchenware that led us to deep dive into sustainable and eco-friendly kitchenware. And that's how I got talking to Maria Kuriakose,...

    • 7 days ago
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    Calling all lactose-intolerants! These 7 dairy-free mithais prove that Indian desserts are ahead of the curve

    Indian sweets are built on a trinity of full-fat milk, ghee and mawa. But for those of you who have a sweet tooth and are vegan or intolerant to dairy, dessert prospects are usually dim. If you don't want to be the one sipping on fruit juice for dessert at your next festive dinner party, try making any of these seven traditional...

    • a week ago
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    More than meats the eye: 10 recipes to celebrate Bak-r-Eid with

    Bak-r-Eid or Eid-al-Adha is the second most important festival for Muslims across the globe. It is celebrated with great joy and vigour, where families belonging to the community come together to pray, eat and offer their obeisance. As per the tradition, the meat of the animal sacrificed has to be distributed in three equal parts-one-third for the family, one-third to relatives and...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    A letter about Harry Potter's birthday, homegrown coffee and beauty superfoods.

    With Harry Potter's birthday just two weeks away, I must confess to two things: one, I am a huge Potterhead and two, I am probably more excited about this fictional character's birthday than that of my friends'. I found that joy resurfacing when reading about the ever-so-famous Butterbeer from Three Broomsticks in Senior Digital Writer Devika...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Review: New Delhi's latest, Chard is set to reclaim 'finger-licking good' with its modern burgers

    With the second half of 2021 setting in, we're all slowly embracing moving out and enjoying socially distant meals. However, the one thing that the pandemic has given us is delivery kitchens that make intriguing meals accessible within the comfort of our homes. As for New Delhi, it has yet another new delivery brand making the rounds-Chard:...

    • 2 weeks ago