On Saturday, October 27, I was invited by ITC Maratha in Mumbai for a very unique ceremony of "motichoor mixing". The concept intrigued me, as it had never been heard of before and I wondered what awaited me at the hotel. Since the moment I had received the invitation, I kept wondering what would make … Continue reading ITC’s Motichoor Mixing – a Luxurious Take on Grand Old Indian Festivities
AnnaMaya – A Revolution In The Food Industry?
The way India eats is changing with more and more chefs returning back to the roots and promoting regional cuisine and the concept of farm to table. The audience is clearly warming up to these concepts and as mentioned in one of my previous articles, eating local will never go out of trend. At the … Continue reading AnnaMaya – A Revolution In The Food Industry?
Delhi’s Hidden Gem: Majnu Ka Tila
The first thing that comes to mind after entering the colony (and that too every time) is “Hello Dharamshala!” An absolutely beautiful maze like place, which is the home to the sweetest people in the town, is always a delight to be at. It is decorated with vibrant prayer flags that have a different texture … Continue reading Delhi’s Hidden Gem: Majnu Ka Tila
#TeaSeries: India’s Chai & Emotions Around It!
With various tea-centric startups now beginning to emerge in the country, one knows that they've tapped on the right nerve of the Indian crowd. Tea is not a mere beverage for the Indians, but an emotion that runs high in each family. Our days start with 'chai' and in most cases they even end on … Continue reading #TeaSeries: India’s Chai & Emotions Around It!
Good Food For Less: An Insider’s Guide To Delhi’s Hidden Delights
Delhi may not have a reputation as the most friendly city in the country, but it sure is a gastronomic wonderland. The city is a melting pot for cultures from all across the country and as a result, you can find all sorts of savoury delights. But, you already knew that didn't you. You’ve heard … Continue reading Good Food For Less: An Insider’s Guide To Delhi’s Hidden Delights
Ace Food Photography With These Simple Tips
Just like us, many of you out there are lovers of the culinary art. Food, as we believe, is not just to satiate hunger pangs - right from choosing ingredients, to the process of making, the mixing of colours and the final arrangement on the table, food photography is the art that celebrates it all. … Continue reading Ace Food Photography With These Simple Tips
A Glimpse At Chandni Chowk Ki Chaat
Winters are the perfect time to eat all your favourite delicacies and enjoy guilt free. Food like Chaat or Gajar ka Halwa has its own charm during the season. One winter morning sent me off to the street food heaven of Delhi, Chandni Chowk. If you are foodie from any part of India, then you’ll … Continue reading A Glimpse At Chandni Chowk Ki Chaat