Long Reads

Posted on Tue 15 Aug 17

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Older than India: How Delhi’s United Coffee House became a Part of India’s Freedom Story By Ramit Mitra

Once the favourite European-style jaunt of Delhi’s elite, UCH strives to uphold the legacy.    

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Posted on Thu 03 Aug 17

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Banana Republic: Why Kerala Loves the Nendrapazham By Arathi Menon

In God’s own country, Nendran is not just a variety of banana, it is a way of life!  

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Posted on Thu 06 Jul 17

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The Disappearing Wild Berries of Goa By Priyamvada Kowshik

Once available abundantly, these wild berries are being chased out of the landscape, and memories, of locals. If you chance upon them, make sure you buy a handful.

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Posted on Thu 29 Jun 17

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From Stuffed Mussels to Thalassery Biriyani, Kerala Cooks up a Feast Every Monsoon By Divya Sreedharan

In the rain soaked months, Kerala's home kitchens, toddy shops and tea stalls, all burst with local foods and flavours    

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Posted on Wed 14 Jun 17

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A Sweet And Savoury Encounter With Janice Wong, Asia’s Best Pastry Chef By Priyanko Sarkar

The dessert creator speaks about using her economics degree, following the Coco Chanel brand model and more

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Posted on Mon 05 Jun 17

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5 Mango Dishes That Sum Up A Bengali Summer By Rituparna Roy

Have you tried all of these? 

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Posted on Mon 24 Apr 17

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Drinking Is Passé. It’s Time To Eat Your Alcohol By Nivedita Jayaram Pawar

If you are looking to satisfy your taste buds with something sweet and boozy, go for these scrumptious alcohol-infused treats at restaurants and bars. They let you enjoy your favorite tipple with a dose of fun

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Posted on Thu 13 Apr 17

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Poila Boishakh: Let the Feasts Begin! By Priyanka Sharma

Going beyond the rasgulla, we explore the classics of Bengali cuisine on Poila Boishakh.

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Posted on Thu 13 Apr 17

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When East(er) Meets West By Priyanko Sarkar

Traditional Easter specialties are peppered with regional influences in India. Meet a chef who shares her most-loved Easter memories along with a recipe from her grandmother

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Posted on Wed 12 Apr 17

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Laru-Pitha, Doi-Seera & Other Lip-Smacking Tales of Assam’s Bohag Bihu By Joyoti Mahanta

Bohag Bihu is a celebration to mark a successful harvest, and feasting on Assamese delicacies. Read on to find out about these special preparations. Happy Bihu!

 

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