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Jamavar Doha at Sheraton introduces summer menu

The Peninsula 23 Apr 2024
Drawing from his nearly three decades of culinary expertise and inspired by India’s rich royal heritage, Jamavar Doha presents a menu that celebrates the essence of summer while embracing sustainability and locally sourced ingredients.

Jamavar Doha launches new summer menu

Gulf-Times 22 Apr 2024
Jamavar Doha, the popular pan-Indian restaurant located at Sheraton Grand Doha, has launched its new summer menu, a culinary journey curated by the renowned culinary director and executive chef ...

Embracing Diversity: India and the UAE stand out as exemplars of multiculturalism

Khaleejtimes 22 Apr 2024
A popular aphorism aptly depicts India’s linguistic diversity ... From the iconic Ganesh Chaturthi festive celebrations, to the thriving culinary influences from across the country, Mumbai truly encapsulates the spirit of India’s multicultural landscape.

The Original MasterChef Trio: George Calombaris, Matt Preston, and Gary Mehigan Set for a Comeback

Greek City Times 22 Apr 2024
According to reports, Mehigan, Preston, and Calombaris were involved in presenting dinners in Mumbai, Bangalore, and Delhi as part of a collaboration with the Conish company, a culinary business based in India.

Why entrepreneurship and business management should become a part of culinary education

The Hindu 21 Apr 2024
Culinary schools should foster chefs who are as savvy in business management as they are in culinary arts to revolutionise the F&B industry in India ....

The original trio of ousted MasterChef judges George Calombaris, Matt Preston and Gary Mehigan set...

The Daily Mail 21 Apr 2024
It comes after the trio hosted a series of live 'events' in India last year ... Other, unnamed events are also planned in association with the Conish company, a culinary business, based in India.

D’Grill takeaway review: A wonderful taste of Afghanistan on Aungier Street

The Irish Times 19 Apr 2024
Seddiqi tells me that Afghan cuisine shares similarities with neighbouring countries such as Pakistan, Iran and India, but it also has distinct features.

Goodbye cod, hello herring: why putting a different fish on your dish will help the planet

AOL 18 Apr 2024
In culinary institutes in India, chefs were not being trained with indigenous ingredients – they were learning about French cuisine ... “We realised that in culinary institutes in India, chefs were not being trained with indigenous ingredients.

Mostly grown in monsoonal forests, turmeric's been found to thrive in our driest state, fetching ...

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 16 Apr 2024
About 80 per cent of the crop is grown in India, but Australian farmers have now invested in its growth as its popularity rises due to its health benefits and culinary uses ... .

In the spirit of suhoor

Deccan Herald 14 Apr 2024
<p>Ever wondered about the culinary connections between Gujarati Lazizan, Kochi’s Thari kanji, Hyderabadi Haleem, Lucknowi Khichra, Mumbai Keema Ghotala, Assamese Jolpan, and Pani Pitha with ...

The legendary flavoured ground salt from India: Pisyu loon

Al Jazeera 14 Apr 2024
Culinary expert Rushina Munshaw Ghildiyal says she discovered that the salty condiment exists only in the kitchens of Uttarakhand ... event during India’s struggle for independence from British rule.

Biryani: A spiced symphony

CyprusMail 13 Apr 2024
From royal feasts to home kitchens, Biryani’s tale is a saga of culinary mastery that has stood the test of centuries. In the royal courts of mediaeval India, Biryani was a symbol of opulence and grandeur.

Biryani startups, hotel chains see spike in orders on Eid

Live Mint 11 Apr 2024
... special in India because it reflects our deep-rooted cultural heritage and makes it a unifying culinary icon,” Divya Aggarwal, chief growth officer at Impresario Entertainment & Hospitality Pvt.

Discover Culinary Excellence at Accord Metropolitan's Royal Indianaa Restaurant

Hindustan Times 08 Apr 2024
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, IndiaBusiness Wire India. In the vibrant heart of Chennai, culinary aficionados are welcomed to an exquisite dining haven ... Unlock exclusive access to the story of India's general elections, only on the HT App.

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