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India minister wages war on street food momos
A legislator from India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has declared war on a popular street snack, to general public bewilderment. #Momos, steamed meat or vegetable #dumplings, are often associated with Tibetan and Nepali cuisine. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-40198237
           
 
A Chef?s Quest in India: Win Respect for Its Cooking
Not all Indian food belongs on a buffet line at $4.99. Indian food is 5,000 years of tradition and history, and it belongs right up there with French cuisine.? https://www.nytimes.com/2...asha-gomez-india.html?_r=0
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How India Eats: The class structure of food consumption in India
A look at food consumption trends and food expenditure in Rural and Urban India shows nutrition levels are still low in large swathes of the country. http://www.livemint.com/O...urce=LI&li_medium=news_rec
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Hoffman: 3 ways to try mango
#Mangoes supply a wide variety of nutrients, but only vitamin C and folate are present in appreciable amounts. Native to more tropical climates, their sweet flavor deliciously complements the spicy cuisines of Mexico, the Caribbean and Southeast Asia. Mangoes are easily added to salsas that accompany grilled chicken, #fish and pork, and they pair very well with coconut milk or yogurt in smoothies and desserts. http://www.coloradoan.com...n-ways-try-mango/99730232/
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China's mutant space mangoes promise new breakthroughs
Chinese scientists are breeding mutant space mangoes. This is the first time that they have taken #mango seeds to space, and had them survive the trip. In the past, according to scientists with the Space Mango Breeding Program (yes, that's a thing), the seeds would simply dry out and lose vitality a few days after being extracted from the fruit. #Mangoes https://www.theweathernet...se-new-breakthroughs/81037
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Indian traders boycott Coca-Cola for 'straining water resources'
Campaigners in drought-hit Tamil Nadu say it is unsustainable to use 400 litres of water to make a 1 litre fizzy drink https://www.theguardian.c...-straining-water-resources
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Decades before soup dumplings became a fad in New York, this Mumbai eatery had perfected them
The owner of Ling's Pavilion talks about this traditional #breakfast dish and how it is made in his restaurant. https://scroll.in/magazin...ai-eatery-had-perfected-it
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The best street tea in India: Kolkata?s chai
Roadside #tea makers are an institution in every corner of India. Their ramshackle assemblages of pots and pans bearing tea, sugar, spices and buffalo milk are the oil that greases the cogs of daily life. Chai dhabas in different states follow local recipes, about which customers are fiercely partisan. Of India?s great cities, Kolkata is the undisputed tea capital. https://www.theguardian.c...ea-shacks-chai-daba-foodie
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New Proof the World's Best Indian Food Is in London
A celebrated Indian chef told me recently that the Indian food in London is better than anything available in Mumbai and New Delhi, so who I am I to argue? What's most exciting is a batch of new restaurants that makes it even better, going far beyond the traditional curry house and bringing a new-found creativity to the table. http://www.hospitalityire...t-indian-food-london/37043
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McDonald's new breakfast menu in India is wonderfully weird
A masala #dosa is a staple of south Indian cuisine. It's a thin pancake of fermented rice and lentils, traditionally served with spiced potatoes. #McDonalds http://money.cnn.com/2017...reakfast-menu-dosa-burger/
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This is the longest running Indian restaurant in the Sydney, Australia area
Royal India Restaurant, Sydney, Australia - Longest running Indian restaurant in the Sydney area. Since 1988. #IndianCuisine
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1911 Bar offering over 500 varieties of beverages with lounge and club music - New Delhi, India
Soft Montana leather chairs, period portraiture, stained glass roof and wood panelling add an element of high gloss to the 1911 Bar offering over 500 varieties of beverages with lounge and club music playing to your mood. Whiskey Bars of The world Gold 2012 award has been bestowed to 1911 Bar at The Imperial by Whiskey magazine timings: 11:30am to 12:45am Restaurant reservation no. 011-41116634 #DiningOutInDelhi
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Marhaba Supermarket in Danforth Ave for Fresh Bengali Fish in Toronto, Canada
#IndianGroceryCanada #Seafood For fresh fish from Bangladesh like Hilsa, Ruhi, Tangra and more. Located on the Danforth Ave in Toronto Canada.
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Award-winning South Indian vegetarian restaurant in Little India (Toronto, Canada)
#IndianCuisineCanada Offering authentic regional South Indian and North Indian, Vegetarian cuisine in Toronto since 2001. Udupi is a town located in Karnataka state , India. Udupi is known all over the world, for its temples, its religious fervor and diverse cultural heritage. The Temple City is the headquarters of the district, known world over to the millions of connoisseurs of food as the birth place of Udupi Restaurants. http://www.udupipalace.ca/menu.html
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How food inspires names of India's Parsis
It is no exaggeration to say that Parsis, the #Zoroastrians of India, take their food seriously - very seriously. Love of good food and drink plays a central, oftentimes quirky, role in nearly every aspect of our culture. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-38050007
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J Thomas & Co. Pvt. Ltd., the oldest and largest tea auctioneer and broker in the world.
The first public sale of #tea took place in its Calcutta offices in 1861. http://www.jthomasindia.com/About.aspx
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A Beginner’s Guide to Indian Food
It can be daunting to order food from a cuisine you're unfamiliar with, such as Indian food. Chef Maneet Chauan, Chopped judge, cookbook author of Flavors of My World, and restaurateur of Chauan Ale & Masala House in Nashville, breaks down traditional Indian dishes to order at a restaurant or to try cooking at home. http://www.msn.com/en-ca/foodanddrink/recipes/a-beginner’s-guide-to-indian-food/ss-AAkyu1z?ocid=spartanntp
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This restaurant in Hyderabd, India serves the BEST BIRYANI in the world!
Legend since 1953 - Authentic #Biryani , Kebabs, Desserts and more. Paradise Hotel Hyderabad, India. Address: Masab Tank 'X' Roads, Masab Tank, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh 500004, India Phone: 91 40 6666 1199 #IndianCuisine
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Indians are willing to pay upto 80% more for healthier food
Indian consumer companies are charging a premium of between 22% and 82% on variants of flour, noodles, oil, and other products that come with added nutrients and health benefits, according to a recent report by research agency Nielsen. And customers are all too willing to splurge. http://qz.com/784617/the-...f-eating-healthy-in-india/
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In India, A Rich Food Culture Vanishes From The Train Tracks
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India's growing thirst for scotch whisky drives rise in exports
Demand in India, where the market grew by 41% by volume and 28% by value, helped bring total global sales to 533m bottles equivalent. That was the first increase in global #whisky sales volumes in three years, the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) said on Friday. https://www.theguardian.c...r-whisky-drives-sales-rise
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How the 20 Jews left in Kolkata, India are using food to keep their culture alive
A new restaurant, Calcutta Stories, aims to draw attention to Kolkata’s Jewish heritage. Calcutta Stories is trying to pique the city’s interest in the migrant cuisines of Kolkata’s roots, including Jewish, Parsi, and Armenian Indo-fusions. http://qz.com/776602/jewi...-keep-their-culture-alive/
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Biryani beef ban: Indian police check Mewat rice dishes
Police in the north-western Indian state of Hariyana will check dishes of mutton #biryani to ensure they do not contain beef, a senior official has told the BBC. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-37295774
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9 Places You Have To Eat At If You're Visiting Varanasi
An epicentre of Hinduism, the city of #Varanasi is as old and sacred as the ghats of the Ganges themselves. From steaming kachoris and jalebis to refreshing lassi and thandais... http://www.indiatimes.com...iting-varanasi-256804.html
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The street food that powered the British Empire
The #Kolkata #egg roll speaks volumes about the real nature of the eastern Indian city that devours this tasty snack at every opportunity. Kolkata, formerly known as Calcutta, was once the greatest port city on earth. It was the pivot-point of a crucial moment in world history, the moment the flow of wealth from west to east was reversed. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-36912751
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Tasting India's coveted holy sweet
Getting your hands on a Tirupati laddoo is not easy. To eat the famous holy sweet, given as an offering at one of India's holiest Hindu shrines, Tirumala Tirupati, you don't need to shell out a lot of money. The #temple in southern Andhra Pradesh state provides two laddoos at a subsidised cost of 10 rupees ($0.15; £0.11) each, and customers are allowed to buy another two at 25 rupees each. But "allowed" is the key word here. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-36832237
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Why this Indian state screams for ice cream
Gujarat is India's ice cream country. The state accounts for more than 12% of the country's $1.3bn (?1bn) ice cream sales. Business is brisk for some 50 large and small ice cream makers. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-36476536
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The Best Hakka Restaurants in Toronto
The best #Hakka restaurants in Toronto provide heaping amounts of hot and heavy dishes. For those unfamiliar, the name "Hakka" actually refers to an ethnic group within China spread all around the world but in Toronto, the term has been used almost exclusively (and somewhat erroneously) in reference to Chinese people who settled in India, blending Chinese ingredients with garam masala and other Indian herbs. http://www.blogto.com/tor...ka_restaurants_in_toronto/
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Amma canteen: Where an Indian meal costs only seven cents
The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's "amma canteens", which serve cheap meals to hundreds of thousands of people daily, have become immensely popular with the poor and the middle classes. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-36659670
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The story of India as told by a humble street snack
The #samosa is first mentioned in literature by the Persian historian Abul-Fazl Beyhaqi, writing in the 11th Century. He describes a dainty delicacy, served as a snack in the great courts of the mighty Ghaznavid empire. The fine pastry was filled with minced meats, nuts and dried fruit and then fried till the pastry was crisp. http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-36548445
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Cooking the world's oldest known curry
Archaeologists Arunima Kashyap and Steve Webber of Vancouver's Washington State University used the method of starch analysis to trace the world's first-known or "oldest" proto-curry of aubergine, ginger and turmeric from the pot shard of a bulbous handi (pot). http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-36415079
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Why India is a nation of foodies
This is the first article in a BBC series India on a Plate, on the diversity and vibrancy of Indian food. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-36415078
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Why do the British love the taste of tea so much?
The British drink more than 60 billion cups of #tea a year – so what is it about this humble brew that refreshes them so? http://www.bbc.com/future...e-the-taste-of-tea-so-much
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An Indian Spice Mix, Sambhar Masala, for All Seasons
A masala is simply a mixture of ground spices. Each state in India has its own blend, and there are countless variations of each. The sambhar masala he was teaching the chefs at Emory is one of thousands of versions of a spice mix from southern India. It gives flavor, heat and texture to sambhar, the region’s ubiquitous vegetable stew http://www.nytimes.com/20...-masala-raghavan-iyer.html
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From India To North Korea, Via Japan: Curry's Global Journey
The story of curry is emblematic of the early days of colonialism, and the beginnings of what we now simply refer to as globalization. Academics claim that people may have been eating curries as far back as 2,500 B.C., and that it has addictive properties. http://www.npr.org/sectio...apan-currys-global-journey
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There may be a 'vegetarian gene'
A "vegetarian" gene may have evolved amongst groups of people who have historically eaten less meat. A team at Cornell University describes the genetic variation in a study published in Molecular Biology and Evolution -- a variation that they say has "evolved in populations that have eaten a plant-based diet over hundreds of generations". That includes areas of India, Africa and East Asia. http://www.wired.co.uk/ne...2016-03/31/vegetarian-gene
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India's Bihar State Bans All Alcohol Sales, Starting Tuesday
The Indian state of Bihar completely banned the sale of alcohol on Tuesday, including at bars and hotel across the state. The state government had announced an end to sales of locally brewed liquor last week and said a complete ban would be phased over six months. http://abcnews.go.com/Int...-starting-tuesday-38156837
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Try this easy Lamb raan recipe, a barbecued and spiced leg of lamb fit for a banquet
Alexander the Great was quite a man: educated by Aristotle; commander of the biggest empire in the world by the age of 30; and a dab hand in the kitchen. Legend has it that on conquering India and dethroning King Paurava, Alexander became great friends with the ex-king. To recognise their new friendship, Paurava held the banquet to end all banquets, the centrepiece of which was a barbecued and spiced leg of lamb: lamb raan. #Goat http://www.telegraph.co.u...2316/Lamb-raan-recipe.html
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Indian grape farmers take a byte out of the online market
Reaching out to customers online and cutting out middlemen is helping #grape farmers in western India to connect with buyers across the country and maximise profits. #BestGrapes http://www.theguardian.co...e-market-internet-business
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India Has the Most People Without Clean Water, Report Says
India has the world's highest number of people without access to clean water — imposing a major financial burden for some of the country's poorest people, according to a report released Tuesday. The international charity Water Aid says 75.8 million Indians are forced to either buy water at high rates or use supplies that are contaminated with sewage or chemicals http://abcnews.go.com/Hea...umber-clean-water-37829532
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The Indian curry is merely a figment of the British colonial imagination
By examining the legacies of things we see around us today, it is possible to make the argument that the colonial form of domination has never really gone away. Moreover, it continues to reproduce itself in new, insidious and sometimes bland and gloopy ways. Let’s take curry as an example. http://qz.com/639435/the-...tish-colonial-imagination/
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Capitol Hill’s popular Malaysian spot Kedai Makan thrives in its new home
Many nationalities have influenced Malaysian cuisine over the centuries. The country straddles the South China Sea, bordering Indonesia and Thailand. Singapore sits at the peninsula’s southern tip. Seafaring traders from India and China stopped at its ports long before the British, Dutch and Portuguese took an interest in the area. http://www.seattletimes.c...n-thrives-in-its-new-home/
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Technology Can't Trump India's Lunchtime Traditions
Food apps, after a boom in start-ups over the past three years, have been failing or scaling back in India. They are no match for the famed tiffin-delivery business that has been in operation for decades. Bloomberg photographer Dhiraj Singh followed dabbawalas Dadabhau Shivaji and Dasharath Kedari on their daily rounds. http://www.bloomberg.com/...dia-s-lunchtime-traditions
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For years, many people considered chicken tikka masala to be Britain’s national dish
#Goat The famous curry’s reputation was so well established that the European Union even considered granting it protected status, which would place it in the same tier as Champagne, Gruyère cheese and Cornish pasties. Both made and served in one stainless steel bowl, balti is one of Britain’s best-loved dishes – but where it came from remains a bit of a mystery. http://www.bbc.com/travel...h-of-a-truly-british-curry
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David Rocco’s Dolce India - Italian passion meets Indian adventure
In each episode of David Rocco’s Dolce India, David uses his Italian-rooted passion for food and his charisma to charm strangers into friends as he navigates the complexities of Indian cooking. From the beaches of Chennai to the mountains of Jaipur, David discovers the soul of India by exchanging recipes, stories and laughter with world-renowned chefs, Bollywood stars and —— always the toughest critic in any culture —— grandmothers. #Cheese #Goat http://www.davidrocco.com/watch/
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David Rocco’s Dolce India - Italian passion meets Indian adventure
Each episode presents and Indian theme; an ingredient, a dish, or a regional way of cooking. Having been shown how to prepare a challenging dish, David then takes over a kitchen to prepare an "Indi-talian" fusion dish. Stuffed naan meets panzerotti/calzone, or perhaps an Indian-style risotto incorporating the local cheese 'paneer' and peas - a spin on both the Indian classic dish Mattar Paneer and the Italian Risi e Bisi. #Cheese #Seafood http://tlntv.com/shows/david-roccos-dolce-india
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David Rocco’s Dolce India - Italian passion meets Indian adventure
David Rocco’s Dolce India — an Italian TV chef goes exotic in a must-see 13-episode culinary and cultural exchange that culminates in a bright and colourful celebration of India, Italy and Canada. #goat #seafood http://www.torontosun.com...ion-meets-indian-adventure
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Toronto police charge business owner after allegedly unsafe Tandoori ovens sold
#IndianGroceryUSA #IndianCuisineCanada Anyone who purchased a Tandoori oven or a stock-pot burner from Kitchen Queen appliance stores on Danforth Avenue, Gerrard Street East or Markham Road is urged to immediately stop using the equipment and contact their fuel distributor, the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) and Toronto Police Service (TPS). http://www.insidetoronto....nsafe-tandoori-ovens-sold/
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Tilapia Farming in India: A Billion Dollar Business
#Seafood #Tilapia farming in India is growing day by day. India is geographically poised to be the world leader in the fisheries sector. Being the biggest peninsula in the world, with its vast coastline of 7,517 km and Exclusive Economic Zone of 200 nautical miles, network of lakes, rivers and numerous other inland water bodies, it can easily surpass any other nation in fish production. http://www.thefishsite.co...a-billion-dollar-business/
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Top 14 Olive Oil Brands Available In India
#OliveOil http://www.stylecraze.com...brands-available-in-india/
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