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The Vegan Culture, And The Hype

Vegans, in addition to being vegetarians, also abstain from dairy and milk products. So that means only leafy greens, nuts, seeds, whole grain products, tofu, and soy. Simply put, it means pizza without cheese, pancakes with tofu and milkshakes without..oops! no, milkshakes, actually!

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After Maggi, Is It Now Haldiram’s Turn?

The US FDA reportedly found high levels of pesticides, mold and bacteria in the Indian products. Most of the snacks rejected this year were manufactured by Haldirams, a popular Indian food brand. The US report mentioned products manufactured by Haldirams, especially, cookies, wafers and biscuits are “filthy, putrid or...

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Time To Say Bye To Our 4 AM Friend, Maggi?

The mouth-watering aroma of our favorite go-to snack, however, is under the threat of being banned in India. The Lucknow Food Safety and Drug Administration has written to the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), urging the board to cancel Maggi’s license.

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Food From Jungle: The Tribal Food Festival

A two-day festival to cherish the uncultivated forest food was held for the first time at Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication. Tribes from Orissa, Meghalaya, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan presented a variety of fruits, vegetables, and herbs and spices straight from the jungles.

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Sweet Obsession: A Walk Through My Dessert Spree

If there is one thing that most Indians love unconditionally, it is sweets. From guilty indulgences to symbols of celebration, sweets are a personal favourite of almost the entire country. With the advent of globalization on our perch we have also started evolving and experimenting with our tastes. It...

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Garage Inc: Do Stop Over For Burgers

If you have issues with your appearances, I would strongly advice against going to Hauz Khas Village on a Saturday evening–beautiful women with bodies suitable to be on the cover of magazines walk around with tall in-shape men. This obviously didn’t sit well with me at 5 and half...

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Eat Healthy Stay Healthy

Gone are the days when people—celebrities included—shared selfies on the social networking site Instagram. Well they still do but it’s not the in thing anymore; instead it’s pictures of drool worthy food that steal the spotlight. So here is a list of celebrities that you must follow for sure.

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Eat, Pray And Love The Maharashtrian Way!

They say food is a necessity, but good food is a total must-have. In a multicultural nation like India it is important to get familiar with all the regional cuisines. Coming from the “Marathi manoos”, Maharashtrian food is something where there is an abundance in diversity, from the “Kolhapuri”...

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Seasons of Food

I recently came to know about Summerlicious and Winterlicious, through a friend. Since then, I couldn't help but wonder about the endless possibilities these food-festivals could bring to saddi Dilli.

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Hard Rock Cafe: Burger Run

You can’t live on planet earth and not have heard of Hard Rock Cafe’s legendary burgers. And it helps that their bestselling burger is indeed called the Legendary Burger (no points for subtlety here) In the second edition of Delhi’s best burgers we’re putting to test burgers with a...

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Café 88: A Multi-Cuisine Restaurant

Dining at Meherchand Market has made me take a few things for granted, i.e. lunching ladies, lots of couture, surprising food and no parking space on most days. So for our meal at Café 88 we came armed in our best shoes, a car with a short turning radius...

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Tres: A Journey To Italy

We’re celebrating the start of April for two reasons — lots of birthdays and lots of new summer menus! We’re completely digging the fruit in our salads and the chill in our desserts. And what a way to kick start the season, with the Restaurant week in tow, we...

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Hygiene Rating: Food Outlets

We all eat from different food and beverage joints. It can be from well-reputed restaurants or cafes or at times local street vendors. It doesn’t matter who we are, we all have been worried about the hygiene and after effects of the food we consume. Most of us usually...

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Italy To Delhi In Three Courses

So here’s a few things that are likely to put you off even before you read this article. So am going to state it all up front and then we’ll get to the good part; Mall restaurant, international chain, no happy hours or ladies nights. Now that, that...

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Delhi’s First Tiki Bar Opens

Delhi may not have a beach or even a Goan sausage worth of sand, but what it lacks in geography it makes up in spirit. We dined at Saket’s newest concept restaurant- Bora Bora Tiki Bar, to get a little dose of the island culture

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Coke And McD Fight Back!

Obesity has always been a problem among teenagers, thanks to the food joints at every corner of the city. However, according to research, obesity rates in the United States of America are amid the highest in the world. In 2010, 35.7 percent of the adult population and 17...

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Kerala Plum Cake

I prefer to regard a dessert as I would imagine the perfect woman: subtle, a little bittersweet, not blowsy and extrovert. Delicately made up, not highly rouged. Holding back, not exposing everything and, of course, with a flavor that lasts. -Graham Kerr

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Banana Nut Bread

Banana bread is a type of bread that is made with mashed fully ripe bananas. It is often a moist, sweet, cake-like quick bread; however, there are some banana bread recipes that are traditional-style yeast breads.

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