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HindustanTimes Wed,16 Apr 2014

Food

Thai five

HT Café’s cooking workshop at a south Mumbai restaurant was a well-attended, informative affair.

Scrumptious offerings for the day

This Onam, add flavour to your feast and try your hand at making these traditional recipes

I was destined to come to India: Lorenzo Berni

Lorenzo Berni, 84, owner of glitzy London restaurant San Lorenzo, talks about opening his first restaurant outside the UK in Mumbai

Almost there

Bandra’s soft corner for hole-in-the-wall eateries is soon going to run out of space (pun intended) at this rate. The latest, Pastaa Bastta, stands out because unlike others around it, it has no inside area (or an AC section). As a result, the outside area adds to the illusion of space that this city swears by.

Desserts with a difference

With Ganesh Chaturthi tomorrow and the festival season in the offing, move past traditional mithais and surprise your guests with these new-age fusion desserts

Health tips from chefs

Two leading city chefs and diehard foodies have vowed to make their bulges budge, as they join our Get Healthy, Delhi campaign. Kudos to their spirits!

City's foodies take the mobile route

Restaurant and pub mobile applications have more takers than their websites and Facebook pages, concludes a recent survey

Last orders: Back to the basics

Eating and drinking out in Mumbai, clearly, has become a thing that needs prior deliberation now. But it’s also presenting those parked on high bar stools an opportunity to step
down and discover the simple pleasures of the city.

Dough it yourself

Did you know that there’s more you can do with batter than just make regular dosas or cakes? “Make a cheesy batter for a layered lasagne, or a creamy batter to toss up some crêpes, or a moonglette with some good ol’ moong dal,” says chef Vinod.

Cheesy does it

Debonairs, a South African pizza group had tried to enter the Indian market once before, but unfortunately, they were unsuccessful then. This is their second attempt. The group plans to open multiple outlets in Mumbai, and the one in Andheri is their first.

Manning the kitchen

Author and senior journalist Samar Halarnkar’s new book The Married Man’s Guide to Creative Cooking promises to make cooking an exciting experience for the married man.

Desserts with a difference

No matter how many television advertisements tell us to celebrate festivities with a box of chocolates, an Indian festival is incomplete without homemade sweets. But that doesn’t mean that your menu should consist of...

Coffee and tea may protect your liver: study

Your morning cup of coffee or tea may do more than just perk you up. A new study finds that the caffeinated beverages may protect your liver from disease and suggests that increased caffeine intake may...

Eat here for sure

We stepped into Eat Deli.Cafe with few expectations and even a smaller appetite, least expecting it to have a lavish menu. Located at Pali Naka, this restaurant is tucked into a corner at the start of a one-way street. Accessing it might be a bit of a challenge, but that trip might just be worth it.

Choc awe

From potato chips and chai masala to Indian spices and salt – many chocolatiers in Mumbai are giving their sweet concoctions a savoury kick
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