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Anubhuti Krishna

EATING OUT AGAIN
There is nothing we have missed more in the past seven months more than eating out. We may have made peace with home deliveries and home cooking to a large extent, but they have not been able to replace the joy of dining out. And...
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HOW FRESH IS YOUR PRODUCE?
At a recently concluded culinary award function in Delhi a large number of winners were restaurants that have been focusing on ingredients as much as the finished product. These outlets, mostly new and run by young individuals are doing what was unheard of until a...
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A WEEKEND IN BARCELONA
Arriving: Like most European cities, Barcelona has brilliant connectivity. You can get here from all major cities and countries of the world via trains, flights and roads. You can also sail into Barcelona on any of the fancy cuisine liners that are perennially docked here....
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WHEN AMBIENCE MAKETH THE FOOD
There is no denying that the love of food is real, but how far can you actually go for food — the other end of town, the other end of the city, the other end of the country? Well, what if we tell you that...
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INDIA’S NEWEST ‘OLDEST’ CUISINE
In Mumbai’s up market Kamla Mills, lunchtime is the busiest. The young workforce from the business district descends upon the revamped mill that until not long ago had been in ruins. In the center of all the dining action is a sprawling restaurant, The Bombay...
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GOING BACK TO OUR ROOTS: MINDFUL DINING IN 2020
The year 2019 has been exciting in the Indian culinary space. It was the year when not only newer and more relevant culinary trends came into mainstream but also when trends that had been building up for past few years saw fruition. 2020 promises to...
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GOING BEYOND THE HOME KITCHEN
If you try to Google the first women chef in India, you will find nothing. If you go back and ask historians, they may stare blankly at you. If you look in libraries, you’d draw a blank. Who and where the first woman chef was...
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THERE’S NO BANGALORE WITHOUT ITS DARSHINIS
It is 7:30 in the morning and the queue at Krishna Bhavan runs long. The kitchen is busy and the dining area is full. Smoke wafts from the large iron griddle churning out dosas at the back; steam clouds the sambar cauldron in the corner....
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BEACHES LIKE NO OTHER
Lonely Planet had touted Sri Lanka as the best destination for 2019. With the Easter blasts however, the country was taken off the travel radar in one straight blow. The government of Sri Lanka recently declared the place open and safe for tourism, and we...
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FOR THE LOVE OF COOKING
IT is a bright Goan afternoon and I am learning to make chicken cafreal and rava-fried surmai. It is my first time in a restaurant kitchen and I am naturally nervous: what if I make a mistake? A sip of kokum sharbat and my sous...
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