‘Back The Bhaji’ to commemorate Curry Pioneers

Spice Business, the country’s only independent magazine for the Asian restaurant sector, has announced the inaugural British Curry Day on Thursday 3rd December. ‘Back The Bhaji’ is an initiative to celebrate the end of lockdown and to support the curry industry, by commemorating curry pioneers. The theme of this year’s British Curry Day is ‘Back the Bhaji’, with many restaurants

Korean Food Master Speaks On Unique Indian Flavours

Lee Yeon-soon, National Food Master (The Republic of Korea), says Indian food would be preferred culture to all nations through its convenient cooking method and exclusive taste…writes Puja Gupta. Lee, who is also Professor, dept. of Global Korean Cuisine Culinary Arts, Suwon University of Science and Technology, has visited India twice and loves the unique

Necessity of hygiene standards

The Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI) on Sunday welcomed Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI)’s decision to make registration for home-cooked food sellers mandatory. The apex Hospitality Association has stated that food operators, whether operating from home or from dark kitchens, should be regulated for cleanliness and hygiene. If

Pour Wine With These Etiquettes

The festive season is here and for many of us this year is about entertaining at home, in small groups. If you are hosting a celebratory soiree, wine is an integral part of it. Master of Wine, Sonal Holland, helps you demonstrate the best wine etiquette with these simple tips. Tip 1: As a host,

Sarah Draws Inspiration From India

Model-turned-chef Sarah Todd says she loves exploring and drawing inspiration from relatively unknown regions of India. The restaurateur reveals, “I get my greatest inspiration from eating with local families who generously invited me into their homes. It is these intimate affairs and stories that truly embody Indian food.” In an interview with Todd who owns

Take Care Of Your Kids’ Digestion

Has your toddler been refusing to poop in the toilet? Does he/she cry or make faces while passing stool or has the frequency of pooping reduced to less than thrice a week? If you’ve noticed any of these signs, then it’s possible that your child is constipated…writes Puja Gupta. But there’s no need to panic.

Healthy Diet To Reduce Cancer Risk

A healthy lifestyle which includes exercise and a nutrient-dense diet may help reduce the risk of cancer. Foods which are rich in antioxidants and fiber have been found to regulate oestrogen and inhibit cancer cell formation. Small changes to a routine can help reduce the risk of breast cancer. Rohit Shelatkar, VP at Vitabiotics, Fitness

Veganism, A Benefiting Way Of Life

The growing towards conscious eating habits, backed by health benefits is set to drive Veganism as a way of life in the days to come. But being a vegan, one often faces questions about their diet. It’s important to remember Veganism is not a diet or fad but a social justice movement for animals. To

‘Moving Back To Traditional Food Is Great’

Chef Sanjeev Kapoor says he has a dream of making Indian food the number one preferred cuisine in the world; but it’s not only a dream, but he’s also working towards it…Sanjeev Kapoor speaks with Puja Gupta. “I’ve tried so many different types of cuisine and curated various international and local dishes. But I’d still

Virtual School Breaks With Healthy Snacks

The pandemic has forced children to go back to school with virtual learning having swapped classroom teaching. Although school in 2020 may look way too different, it still summons a celebration.writes N. Lothungbeni Humtsoe.You can make a virtual lunch breaks memorable with some healthy snacks. Dr Siddhant Bhargava, Fitness and Nutritional Scientist, Co-Founder of Food