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‘Indian food in the UK is an all-time favourite’: Chef Dipna Anand

Indian Express 07 May 2021
ALSO READ .‘I’m constantly thrilled with the food I eat every time I visit India... You are admired for your culinary skills, but who do you consider your favourite chef and why? ... I would say the one main difference however is the variety and array of dishes in India which is still significantly more extreme and vast as compared to the UK.
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Pioneer High School SkillsUSA team awarded at state conference

The Daily Democrat 06 May 2021
The chapter received the Chapter of Excellence. Silver distinction ... Also competing were Stephanie Maravilla and Dylan Jameson in Culinary Arts, Yasivi Gutierrez and India Fischer in Prepared Speech, Liam Krumenacker in Commercial Baking, Edward Sokolow-Ochoa in Extemporaneous Speaking and Mason Rowe in Job Interview ... .
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Ramadan recipe: Tunisian brik with shrimp

The National 05 May 2021
Join The National and Table Tales on a culinary journey around the Middle East to savour the quintessential dishes that embody the spirit of Ramadan ... Much like the sambousa, a culinary cousin of India’s samosa and East Asia’s gyoza, popular Tunisian dish brik bears comparison to another Asian staple. the spring roll ... Najet Hadriche ... Makes 20 to 25 ... .
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Chef Hari Nayak’s journey, from popularising Indian food to starting a restaurant with Priyanka Chopra

The National 04 May 2021
In Dubai, he’s been a culinary consultant for restaurants Masti, Bombay Bungalow and Moombai & Co ... Just a month ago, Sona, which translates to 'Gold' in Hindi, opened its door in New York, with Priyanka Chopra as a "creative force" and Nayak as the culinary director and executive chef.
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Business briefs

Yahoo Daily News 30 Apr 2021
The COVID-19 situation in Delhi is quite in a horrible condition and under the present circumstances it is not possible for the traders to open the shops,' the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) said ... CCSCH was formed to develop standards for spices and culinary herbs.
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Ask a Master Gardener: Basil

The Roseburg News-Review 30 Apr 2021
Basil is a member of the mint family (Lamiaceae), along with other culinary herbs like rosemary, sage and lavender. It is believed that basil has its origins in India, but the herb has been cultivated for over 5,000 years with its reach spreading to all corners of the globe.
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Covid pain: Taj Hotels lost Rs 720 crore in pandemic FY2020-21

The Times of India 30 Apr 2021
+Text Size. SmallMediumLarge. Up Next. NEW DELHI. Just how badly Covid has left the hospitality industry bleeding is beginning to become clear now ... January-March, 2021, the loss was at Rs 91 crore, against a profit of Rs 74 in Q4 FY 20 ... During the pandemic, IHCL’s culinary home delivery platform — Qmin — was expanded to 14 locations across India ... .
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Fifty-nation meeting begins on global food safety during pandemic

Urdu Point 29 Apr 2021
The discussions, hosted by the Government of India and held virtually, are under the rubric of the fifth session of the Codex Committee on Spices and Culinary Herbs (CCSCH) and the Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC), inter-governmental bodies established jointly by the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the World Health Organisation.
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Abu Dhabi Culinary is now a year-round affair – and other food news

The National 29 Apr 2021
A post shared by Abu Dhabi Culinary (@abudhabiculinary) ... The Indian restaurant in Fairmont The Palm is bringing back its character-led gastronomic experience Travels of Mohini, where guests to Little Miss India are taken on a culinary journey based on the travels of fictional character Mohini Singh.
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10 amazing things happening this weekend in Dubai

Gulf News 29 Apr 2021
Bedouin-inspired tents, beautifully hung lanterns amidst the star-filled sky, and the sound of Arabic music sets the stage for culinary art ... TRY THE KERALA MENU AT LITTLE MISS INDIA. Little Miss India, located at Fairmont The Palm, is bringing back its character led, gastronomic extravaganza – the Travels of Mohini.
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Heaping Helpings: After many setbacks, chef opens Spice Malabar in Clifton Park to positive feedback, support

The Daily Gazette 29 Apr 2021
PHOTOGRAPHER. Erica Miller. Interior views of new Spice Malabar Indian Cuisine, recently opened in March in Clifton Park. Shares0 ... “I used to help my mom, and then when I was in school I used to go and help one chef [with] cooking when he [did] catering events in India.”. From there, George attended Madras University in Chennai to study culinary arts ... .
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Food Files: How Portuguese maritime endeavours post-1498 resulted in a culinary sea change for India

Yahoo Daily News 27 Apr 2021
Aside from being evaluated from a strictly trade standpoint, Portuguese endeavours such as the opening up of new sea lanes from the Cape of Good Hope to West Africa and Europe, marked a turning point in India's existing culinary topography ... It is no secret that the western coast of India continues to be famed for its mango cultivation.
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Watch: Tempered with love - My family and the tale of dal

Gulf News 26 Apr 2021
Being the younger of two kids in the family, I was often spoilt for choice between the many kinds of dal recipes from the states of India ... to a whole different culinary level ... India’s culinary tradition spanning 5,000 years is a mix of indigenous cultures, invasions and empires.
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Prateek Sadhu: Satiate your sweet tooth

Hindustan Times 25 Apr 2021
PUBLISHED ON APR 25, 2021 08.09 AM IST. DIY vegan dessert ...Sagar, Via Email ... Mix it all together ... Prateek’s signature restaurant, Masque, is changing India’s culinary landscape and was awarded the One To Watch Award by Asia’s 50 Best in 2020.
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TV tonight: Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend on The Who Sell Out

The Observer 23 Apr 2021
The Who Sell Out. Classic Albums. 9pm, Sky Arts ... More culinary investigations as this week Jimmy Doherty is in India on the trail of staple spice turmeric, while Kate Quilton is in a chocolate factory to find out how much milk goes into our chocolate bars, and Andi Oliver heads to the bathroom to find out why asparagus can make our pee so pungent ... Ema.
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