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Rajah Spices launches its delicious new range of Heat & Stir Dals

A delicious dal is a cornerstone of Asian households and nothing quite comes close to tucking into a hot dal with rotis, chapatis or...

India regulator says no change in Maggi noodle recall despite Goa’s OK

MAGGI noodles remained subject to a recall order in India after the country's federal food safety regulator declined to change its stance on the...

Indian tax officials raid Gupta family properties

Indian tax officials Tuesday raided several properties belonging to the Gupta brothers over alleged money laundering, officials said, as the politically-connected business family faces...

In India, remote villages hold fast to food traditions

THE northeastern Indian region of Meghalaya is rich in native food traditions. Sandwiched between Bangladesh and Bhutan, and with Myanmar to its east, Meghalaya...

Mealworms, algae make a tasty dish at London fest

INDIA Knight and Danny Jack use meal worms, algae, tree sap and homegrown flowers in a delicious spread served in a tree house to...

Indian researchers cook up low-fat ghee

SCIENTISTS in India have developed a low-fat version of ghee that cuts the cholesterol content by 85 per cent in a move that could...

Humble snack goes gourmet in Spain’s tapas revolution

LONG taken for granted as a mere bar snack, Spain's humble tapas has graduated from the neighbourhood cafe to the realm of haute cuisine. Inspired...

US phenomenally thirsty for wine: experts

THE US wine market, already the world's biggest, still has "phenomenal" potential for growth if handled with care, US wine professionals said this week...

In the land of milk and honey, Israelis turn vegan

NANA Shrier, owner of the stylish Georgian restaurant Nanuchka in downtown Tel Aviv, shocked Israel's culinary world when she removed all animal-based products from...

World’s diet goes unhealthy, finds study

THE world's diet has deteriorated substantially in the last two decades, a leading nutrition expert said on Monday (February 23), citing one of the...