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Category Archives: Food

GET CHRISTMAS READY WITH HYPERCITY

Merry Month @ HyperCITY – Discover everything you need to prep up for a perfect Christmas this season HyperCITY brings to you ‘The Big Home & Fashion Sale’ like no other this year-end Mumbai: The enthusiasm of Christmas is around every corner. The holiday spirit – a time to celebrateand spread joy is here. With…

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Food prices accelerate November WPI inflation

  New Delhi: An exponential rise in food and fuel prices pushed India’s annual rate of inflation based on wholesale prices to 3.93 per cent for November, official data showed on Thursday. According to data from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, the wholesale price index (WPI) accelerated to 3.93 per cent in November from 3.59…

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Spellbound: An attempt at novelty

  Noida: It is said that first love is always special — and so is the first venture. So say Sagar Sharma and Ramneek Pantal, who have joined hands to launch Spellbound restaurant here. Be it bringing kabuli channa together with paneer or giving an “aam chutney” twist to paneer tikka, Spellbound stands out for its…

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World’s biggest Rasogolla to celebrate GI tag to ‘Banglar Rasogolla’

  Kolkata: Days after West Bengal got the Geographical Indication (GI) for “Banglar Rasogolla”, two self help groups in Nadia district collaborated to produce a gigantic version of the round syrupy dessert, which they claim to be the world’s biggest. The enormous Rasogolla, weighing nine kilograms with the syrup and more than six kilograms without it,…

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Relish authentic recipes from Hyderabad at The Leela 

  New Delhi: What immediately comes to mind when people talk about Hyderabad? Without doubt, it’s the city’s cuisine. Be it biriyani, haleem or nihari, name a dish and it becomes difficult to resist the temptation to gorge on it. And here’s a chance to indulge in the culinary excellence of the city as The Leela…

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Machan: A culinary journey down memory lane 

  New Delhi: It has been 40 years of Machan, the fine diner with the ambience of a safari, at the iconic Taj Mahal Hotel located at 1, Mansingh Road. It was one of the few 24×7 restaurants in the national capital when it opened its doors in 1978. Although over the years many of the…

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Norwegian seafood industry eyes Indian gourmet market

  New Delhi: For well over two decades, Norwegian seafood is being served at high-end eateries in India but the imports have been significantly small due to high customs duties. Now, there is a push to promote it in India, thanks to the efforts of the body which promotes the Nordic country’s seafood. “Earlier, due to…

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Dive into dairy rich Amritsari delights in Delhi 

  New Delhi: Ghee, butter or cream manage to find their way into Punjabi’s rich and robust dishes. So wipe out the weighing scale and calories from your mind, and head to Vivanta by Taj-Dwarka for a hearty Amritsari meal. Delhi boasts of umpteen restaurants serving Punjabi cuisine, so what’s unique about the ongoing Amritsari Food…

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India’s wholesale inflation in August accelerates to 3.24%

  New Delhi: A massive jump in food prices pushed up India’s wholesale price-indexed (WPI) inflation in August at 3.24 per cent to nearly double that of July, official data showed on Thursday. According to data released by the Commerce Ministry, the annual rate of WPI inflation in July was at 1.88 per cent, while it…

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