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Deconstructing chicken tikka
From deconstructing the chicken tikka masala to creating samosa-inspired potato mousse, Bangkok's top chef Gaggan Anand has made Indian food…
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Most people are put off by the roe's strong fishiness. But this rainy season delicacy can be transformed into a delicate, creamy cloud.
Wine & Dine
Italian restaurants are celebrating regional, artisanal pastas giving the pedestrian penne and macaroni a miss.
The Biryani Trail
The expanding palate of the Delhi diner is slowly pushing the Mughlai-Punjabi restaurant off the gastronomic map. The butter chicken has moved to the…
old and new
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Romance of the green
Celebrity chef Ritu Dalmia has returned to vegetarianism after many years, and her new cookbook marks this shift.
Rice and Spice
Biryani is spicy in Hyderabad, no-nonsense in Lucknow, subtle in Kolkata and manysplendoured in Mumbai.
Mera Wala Menu
Restaurants are asking patrons to suggest ideas for their menus, even naming the new dishes after them.
Half croissant, Half doughnut
TOI-Crest gets four chefs to come up with some sweet and spicy food hybrids.
Online food start-ups get more tech-savvy to cater to smartphone-loving Indians.
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In the past, cars from different countries had distinct characteristics.
Mahatma’s trusted confidante
A veteran Gandhian fuses the power of storytelling with simplicity and warmth.
TOO BIG FOR THEIR BOOTS
For India's tallest family, life is about finding shoes that fit to cinema seats with legroom.
Voice of the poor
Video volunteers have been shooting short, candid film clips on official apathy.
He's the man who gives Big B his lines. RD Tailang, the writer of KBC.