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  • Authentic Dish or its Indianized Version: Twitter Poll Results

    If we define the 'authentic dish' as the one which was created the first time (and who is to know), there is a reason it has undergone transformation many times over.

  • More Local, More Often: Supermarkets Must Change With the Times

    As consumer habits change, the top chains are losing the battle for market share, but technology can help to keep shoppers happyAs Sainsbury's chief executive Mike Coupe recently declared, retailers are facing a "perfect storm" ...

  • Unexpected Honey Study Shows Woes of Nutrition Research

    ust a few weeks ago, a study was published in the Journal of Nutrition that many reports in the news media said proved that honey was no better than sugar as a sweetener, and that ...

  • Why Culture-Driven Cooking is the Superior Choice

    During a recent dinner party I found myself making a distinction between ingredient-driven cooking and culture-driven cooking and explaining that I believe the best cooking is culture-driven. Here's what I mean by that.

  • Deb Perelman: big ideas in a small kitchen

    Deb Perelman writes one of the world's biggest food blogs from a galley-style New York kitchen. How would she cope on a boat?"I am staunchly opposed to single-use kitchen objects," says Deb Perelman in The ...

  • Take the Dodgy Diet Test

    A group of young scientists is warning that diets are sometimes not worth the paper they are printed on - and offering tips and a test to help people who want to lose weight avoid ...

  • Karam Sethi's Last Meal | Last Bites

    Gymkhana's chef-patron Karam Sethi would indulge in some nostalgic gluttony in south DelhiMy last supper would recreate the most memorable meal of my life; the feast prepared by my father-in-law in Lucknow, India, when I ...

  • The Rise and Rise of Sourdough Bread

    As evidence grows that slow-fermented bread may be easier to digest, we look at its history and potential health benefitsIt's just after sunrise in the yeasty warmth of The Earth's Crust bakery, and Tom van ...

  • The Craft Beer Revolution: How Hops Got Hip

    Creative young brewers and radical flavours have made people excited about beer again. But does craft beer live up to the hype - and will it change Britain's pint-swilling culture?Brewer Jamie Hancock is having a ...

  • When Will They Find a Cancer Cure, Doc? | Ranjana Srivastava

    Patients with advanced cancer die, thinking remorsefully that if they had only held out, a cure for cancer may have appeared. In the face of current evidence, we owe them betterShe was 49 years old, ...

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