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The Evolution of Snacks In India’s Cinemas

The Evolution of Snacks In India’s Cinemas

here The Bombay High Court is one of the busiest courts in the country, and every day the newspapers are filled with details of various cases. Many of these are of significance to the public — some more than others — and one recently caught my eye. The court was hearing a public interest litigation filed Continue reading The Evolution of Snacks In India’s Cinemas

TAKE YOUR $10 COLD‑PRESSED JUICE AND SHOVE IT, WE KNOW A GUY WITH A TRUNK FULL OF HERBAL REMEDIES

TAKE YOUR $10 COLD‑PRESSED JUICE AND SHOVE IT, WE KNOW A GUY WITH A TRUNK FULL OF HERBAL REMEDIES

“Hot or cold?” Sanjay Naik asks me, pointing with one hand to thermos flasks in the boot of his car and with the other to six large milk cans sitting on a folding steel table nearby. “Cold,” I say, cautiously. For a second I wonder how prudent it is to drink something sold out of Continue reading TAKE YOUR $10 COLD‑PRESSED JUICE AND SHOVE IT, WE KNOW A GUY WITH A TRUNK FULL OF HERBAL REMEDIES

The quick and the delicious

The quick and the delicious

Short recipe videos on Facebook and Instagram have a gripping quality that draws food lovers and novices into a world of culinary wizardry. Potato-stuffed Idlis, Samosa Pinwheels, Motichoor Rabri Parfait, Chimichurri Chicken—if the videos on Facebook and Instagram are to be believed, then these seemingly simple recipes can transform culinary ignoramuses like me into masterchefs Continue reading The quick and the delicious

Eat (and Drink) with the Locals, with these Handy Travel Apps

Eat (and Drink) with the Locals, with these Handy Travel Apps

Food is a hotline to a new culture, but it’s hard to know where to score a good meal in a new city. Things are getting easier, thanks to a surge of food-travel apps and sites that curate meals with home chefs, organise food walks with local foodies, or simply offer recommendations for bars with Continue reading Eat (and Drink) with the Locals, with these Handy Travel Apps

Not Without My Theplas: Making a Case for India’s Most Versatile Food

Not Without My Theplas: Making a Case for India’s Most Versatile Food

A group of Indian girls have the munchies after a night of clubbing in Ibiza; a family from Mumbai is visiting the London Eye for the first time when one of the kids screams she’s hungry; a pregnant German girl in Innsbruck craves the snack she got hooked on during an exchange trip to India. Continue reading Not Without My Theplas: Making a Case for India’s Most Versatile Food

Fund Your Travels By Hosting In Your City

Fund Your Travels By Hosting In Your City

With countries and cultures now opening up more to tourists, travellers and locals are interacting in new ways, sharing their couches and kitchens. Here are a few ways that you can host people from around the world, share some of your culture, indulge in some armchair-travelling, and maybe even make enough to pad your own Continue reading Fund Your Travels By Hosting In Your City

Newest addition to NYC food incubator scene to set up shop in Morningside Heights

Newest addition to NYC food incubator scene to set up shop in Morningside Heights

With the growing number of farmers markets and shops that sell locally made goods, New York’s legion of budding chefs is spoilt for choice when it comes to outlets to share their goods. But for a growing company, it becomes difficult to operate out of a tiny apartment kitchen after a point. Enter the food Continue reading Newest addition to NYC food incubator scene to set up shop in Morningside Heights

8 startups go digital to entice NYC epicureans

8 startups go digital to entice NYC epicureans

You can’t walk more than a few blocks in New York City without seeing a restaurant. Sometimes the decision of where to get your next meal can be a little overwhelming. It doesn’t stop there. It’s not just where to go, but also what to get – everyone’s looking for healthy options today, but unfortunately, Continue reading 8 startups go digital to entice NYC epicureans