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    India Grape Harvest Wine Festival Nashik 2018: Cook, Paint, Dine and much more in Maharashtra’s first Wine Festival!

    Wine. The word itself has an elegance and richness attached to it. For a wine lover, it is a companion to every simple joy of life. The velvety notes of red wine and delicate flavours of white wine add colours to a wine lovers life. The wine has plenty of health benefits like it lowers the risk of heart diseases and boosts the immune system. But do we really need health benefits

  • iChef: Delivering a ‘meal kit’ to your doorsteps

    This ‘gourmet meal’ is just a call away. When you are occupied, left with no energy or crave healthy yet delicious food, iChef is the place to look forward to, writes Shikha Jain

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    This Valentines Day visit these Mumbai restaurants and let food cupid do all the work!

    Valentine’s week is upon us and you must have already started making plans to surprise your special someone. It is correctly said that the quickest way to a person’s heart is through their stomach. Wait. You don’t need to be pro at culinary skills to whip up a delicious feast. Thankfully, Mumbai has numerous restaurants and cafes that have come up with special offers and a love-themed menu that are perfect for

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    Going to Kala Ghoda Arts Festival? 5 places to get your coffee fix in Kala Ghoda

    A perfectly brewed coffee is the solution for all the mundane things in life. The aroma itself gives you the much-required kick. The favourite beverage is our companion during those long nights, on a date or in an office meeting. A coffee connoisseur will agree that no event is complete without that one drink. Coffee connoisseurs in Kala Ghoda are for a treat. Whether you like you love trendy hipster cafes or

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    Chillies: Understanding its charm and complexity

    Found in everywhere in vivid colours, the spicy ingredient adds an interesting character to any cuisine. But we just do not understand its sheer complexity. Sapna Sarfare helps you appreciate this fiery spice.

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    Visiting the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival? 10 restaurants you can grab a quick bite!

    It’s the time of the year when the Kala Ghoda area of South Mumbai gears for the most-awaited annual arts and culture event – the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. The art extravaganza is a complete package of food stalls, music, dance, and theatre shows, heritage walks, workshops, and handicraft stalls. In 2018, the festival begins from February 3 and concludes on February 11. While you have marked the calendar for the events

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    Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2018: 7 workshops every foodie must attend!

    The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (KGAF) is not just about arts and literature. It also takes care of the important aspect of life – Food. The food section at the KGAF hosts an array of workshops and food talks curated by celebrities from the culinary world. These workshops and talks help to give your everyday cooking a much-needed makeover. In 2018, the festival theme is ‘Hara Ghoda’ and it seems they are

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    Republic Day 2018: Head to these Mumbai restaurants for crazy deals and tri colour menu

    Listening to President’s speech, watching Republic Day parades and binge-watching patriotic movies have always been a part of our Republic Day celebration since decades. And when it comes to celebration noting can match the joy of indulging in delightful Republic Day special menus that comes with great deals at your favourite restaurants. In the spirit of 69th Republic day, spread some cheer and enjoy the most exciting food deals offered by the

  • The medicinal world of spices you must know about

    Often regarded as the heart of Indian cooking, Sarmistha Neogy writes about some desi spices that do a lot more than just add taste & flavour to our food

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    Get a taste of Kashmiri cuisine at the Kashmiri Food Festival happening in Navi Mumbai

    Mention Kashmiri food and the few cuisines that you could think of are Rogan josh, Dum aloo, Yakhni, and Wazwaan, among others. But trust us, Kashmiri delicacies are much more than that. If you are craving for or want to try Kashmiri delicacies in Mumbai, head to Shikara in Sanpada. The restaurant is hosting a Kashmiri Food Festival that gives you a taste of why Kashmir is called the heaven on earth