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Punjabi pockets warm up for Lohri bonfires

MUMBAI: The chill of winter will likely ebb as the festival signalling a change of season arrives next week. Lohri or Lal Loi will be celebrated on Tuesday. It is believed that the nights gradually shorten "by the grain of one sesame seed" once the ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago

People to enjoy festivity with special plum, theme cakes

It is mandatory to have either banana, walnut, plum, rum or wine cakes for Christmas. In fact no feast is complete without a big slice of cake during the year's last festival. With celebrations in air, people either order for cake or bake one at ...
 DNA India1 month ago
Times of India

My brothers play Santa and bring me goodies: Anisha

Anisha Ambrose, who will be paired opposite Pawan Kalyan in Gopala Gopala reveals her Christimas celebrations. "We are a very cosmopolitan family having people hailing from South, East and North India, so our Christmas menu reflects that. Our ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Tastes like home

I like to think Ive travelled a fair bit. A tryst with America, a dip into the European ocean of crepes and cheeses. There's even a spattering of Kerala curries and parathas from Delhi's infamous parathewali gali in there. But Goa has remained a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Veggies Rule at This Goan Fest

CHENNAI: Think of Goan food and what most people perceive as the specialty of the locale is non vegetarian and sea food. Be a witness to the Goan food fest at E-Hotel at the Express Avenue and all your pre conceived notions are going to take a ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
New Indian Express

Lets Go Coco-loco

CHENNAI: This time around we will start with a little guessing game on the subject of today's story. It is a fruit. Used in kitchens all over the world to various parts of it being useful in the making of brooms, furniture, handicrafts, utensils, ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
Times of India

Cook these delicious winter food specialities!

Feeling that nip in the air? It's time to get cooking with the best of the seasonal produce. The markets are awash with roots and tubers — yams (kand), colocasia roots (arbi), Elephant foot yam (suran) turnips, carrots, onions, garlic, radishes, ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Island dining makes for a fine Fiji feast

Tags: News By CAM LUCADOU-WELLS IN ONE of central Dandenong's quieter corners there are rare feasts of Fijian and Fiji-Indian cuisine. Fiji Cafe in the eastern end of Thomas Street combines a typical Indian menu of roti bread, fried-spinach ...
 Greater Dandenong Weekly2 months ago
Yorkshire Standard

Asian sweet house owner fined for using dye that can be used to trace sewer leaks

at 4:58 pm | News The owner of an Asian sweet shop in Bradford has been fined after inspectors found products containing illegal food colourings. An inspection was carried out at Punjab Sweet House, Bradford, in which a tin labelled ...
 Yorkshire Standard2 months ago

Here's what Thanksgiving would look like around the world

OnThursday, Americans will gather to celebrate Thanksgiving and they will do so atthe dinner table. The meal, withroots in the ancient traditions of harvest festivals and in the religious fervor of the Puritans who settled here, has grown into a ...
 Quartz2 months ago
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