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Indian Dabbawalla Food Delivery
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Indian Dabbawalla Food Delivery
In Mumbai over 5,000 Dabbawallas deliver warm food in perfect time.
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Affordable Luxury: the best place to eat in Jaipur
Do you want to enjoy a fine dining experience and feel like a real Maharaja? In Jaipur luxuries are affordable for almost everyone: just follow our tips!
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Meet the 106-Year-Old YouTube Cooking Sensation
An inspirational Indian great-grandmother has been teaching authentic cooking with fresh ingredients to a mass following on her YouTube channel.
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Why People in India Are Lining Up to Eat Fire
This video shows a street food craze in India in which people are fed a fiery snack straight into their mouth.
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Kolkata, India: Ideas to Suit All Budgets
Discover where to eat in Kolkata and the city’s most enjoyable gourmet experiences, across three price ranges: up to €25, €50 and €100.
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7 Hyderabad Restaurants to Try
Discover the foodie highlights of India's growing tech hub with this guide to seven Hyderabad restaurants to try.
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The Kitchen Inside This Temple Feeds 100,000 People a Day
What's it like to work inside one of the world's largest kitchens? Take a look behind the scenes at a kitchen that feeds up to 100,000 people a day.
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The World is Speaking the Language of Bees
Rare honey producers and beekeepers gathered in India, an area internationally acclaimed as a knowledge centre for beekeeping, to speak about their work.
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The Meaning of Biodiversity, Beyond Definitions
It can get lost, forgotten or may even disappear, but what are we talking about when we refer to biodiversity? The answer comes from Slow Food event in India.
Have a Cold? Try This Ayurvedic Home Remedy
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Have a Cold? Try This Ayurvedic Home Remedy
Get rid of a cold fast with this tasty Ayurvedic home remedy for getting rid of cough, sore throat and chills.
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Hashtags of the Day: #Diwali and #HappyDiwali
All over the world everything is ready to celebrate Diwali, a delightful Hindu festival highly popular also on the web: let's have a look at Diwali in hashtag.
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You Won't Believe How This Guy Fries His Fish
Watch as a street vendor in Delhi, India wows his customers with his shocking technique for frying fish.
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Jamie Oliver to Open Two Restaurants in India
Jamie Oliver is set to open two new restaurants in Delhi as the British chef gets ready for his first business ventures in India.
5 Asian Themed Rice Desserts to Satisfy this Summer
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5 Asian Themed Rice Desserts to Satisfy this Summer
Rice puddings are not a dish we classically think of with summer, but we think we'll change your mind with these summery style Asian themed desserts.
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A List of Foods That Have Been Banned
Certain foods are banned in particular countries, we've highlighted a few of them here to keep you from wondering why they're not on the menu.
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On the Spice Trail: Ginger
With myriad of uses, both culinary and medicinal, ginger is one of the world's most versatile spices: check out ginger origin, benefits and uses in the kitchen.
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Watch Gaggan Anand's Culinary Journey
A chat with Gaggan Anand about his episode of Culinary Journeys in which he heads back home to Kolkata to discover some of the hidden street food secrets.
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May Bounty: Seasonal foods Around the World
Eating local doesn’t have to mean depriving yourself of a food you love until it comes back into season – it just might mean getting on a plane: here's a list!
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Gaggan Anand: "I Will Close Gaggan at My Peak"
Indian chef Gaggan Anand, a day after his restaurant in Bangkok was picked as The Best Restaurant in Asia, on why he plans to close at his peak.
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Tired of Ice? Try The Rice Bucket Challenge
Concerned that the ALS ice bucket challenge is a waste of water? Take a hint from India and try the rice bucket challenge instead.
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Dabbawalla, Food Express Delivery Service Made in India
In Mumbai alone, over 5,000 "dabbawalla" deliver food always in perfect time and their organisation is studied by businessmen worldwide.
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Cooking the Classics: Biryani Recipe
History, facts and cooking tips to know if you want to prepare biryani recipe: a hearty rice dish we associate with Indian food but actually of Persian origins.
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Food Safari in Kolkata With Chef Gaggan Anand
In search of the best Bengali cuisine of Kolkata with chef Gaggan Anand, a Kolkatan native whose restaurant is number 3 on Asia's 50 Best Restaurants list.
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Bangalore's Sleek New Brew Pub
Check out the swanky interior of District 6, Bangalore's newest brew pub - a place where you can sip beer while sitting among brewing equipment.
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India To Begin Producing Olive Oil
India aims to be the world's largest producer of olive oil. Will it give Spain, Italy and Greece a run for its money?
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How I Milked Priyanka, The Buffalo
What happens when you milk a buffalo for the first time? Here's the story of an American foodie who traveled to a farm in India for a unique adventure
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How To Make Masala Chai (Video)
This beautifully shot video of how to make masala chai brings to mind brilliant directors like Quentin Tarantino and an intense craving for this Indian tea
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What a Great Use for Empty Bottles
A look at the work of Nishi Chauhan, an Indian designer with a great way of sparking life into used bottles
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Mcdonalds To Open Vegetarian Only Stores
The fast food giant Mcdonalds, famous for it's Big Mac hamburger, is set to open two meat free stores this year in India
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Welcome To Indian's Spice Paradise: Meet Jodhpur's Cookery Queen
Away from progressive cities like Mumbai, women often play a secondary role to men across India: but in a cookery school in Jodhpur a woman is bucking the trend
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Eating Like A Yogi: Welcome To An Indian Ayurvedic Cooking School
A yoga retreat on the outskirts of Bangalore, where food is part of a holistic approach to Ayurveda: the ancient Indian science of medicine and wellbeing
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Curry From A to Z: 26 Things You Didn't Know About Curry
Wether it's wet or dry, curry is one of the most famous - and loved - dishes in the world: learn all about its history, different styles and many more oddities
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'Foodistan', Food Diplomacy on the Small Screen
The reality show Foodistan pits a team of Pakistani cooks against Indians. An explosive mix, but also a way to appease two nations in almost constant conflict
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From Upma to Upmarket: How Indian Food Went Modern
From London to New York, the culinary tradition of India is finally getting the respect and attention that it deserves
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Dabbawalla, Indian Food Delivery Facts and Figures
The career and expenses of a dabbwalla, in numbers. Most of workers in that team is illiterate (or left after primary education).
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Dabbawalla Tidbits: Learn More About the Indian Delivery
From Silicon Valley to Buckingham Palace, the world’s leading figures are fascinated and inspired by the dabbawallas and their organisation.
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The History of the Bento Box
There would be no bento without boiled rice. And the most treasured ones are made with love.