Most people think that chefs only eat butter and cream and don’t care at all about the nutrition in their food. I would like to think I’m not a typical chef then. Yes, I cook with cream & butter if the dish requires it but I also cook with quinoa and spinach and eat organic muesli with fruits every morning with spirulina powder sprinkled on it!
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In this Eid Special Chef Chinu prepares some classic dishe – Nihari Ghosht.
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In this Eid Special Chef Chinu prepares some classic dishes – Nihari Ghosht, Masala Oats Kheema Kebabs and Eid Sewaiyya and Fashion Stylist Padmaja talks about sprucing up those old festive outfits and make them look as good as new.
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There are some professions in India that have finally received a much needed face-lift. One is the humble Chaiwala. Second is the lowly Bawarchi. With tea salons and chefs becoming page three regulars, no one looks down on you anymore if you say you cook or brew tea for a living. One of the brightest (and prettiest) new faces on the tea scene is tea sommelier Snigdha Manchanda, the brains & beauty behind the beautifully packaged brand Tea Trunk.
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Q1.What do I do?
A1.I set up kitchen gardens in urban spaces. I provide consultancy only, or consultancy and execution services to set up kitchen gardens. People who want to start small can also purchase a few potted plants from me.
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Many people think that organic gardening or farming is something that hippies do. That it takes some kind of hysterical commitment and you need to wake up at 5 am and eat a bird-like diet of only vegetables and seeds.
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Q1.Which place makes you feel sunny side up?
Q2.What is your favourite brunch recipe?
A2.Waffles with maple syrup.
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