Prisoners have more time on their hands than most of us. But that doesn't mean they want to spend hours preparing food when a quick meal can be as delicious.
The additive-free delicacies made by prison inmates have gained a loyal public following, and generate hundreds of millions of dollars each year.
Can prisoners learn to cook five-star meals? Could a top chef overhaul the canteen at an inner-city primary? Our restaurant critic gives the food the full review.
Would you have ever thought of going to jail for a dinner date? Tihar Jail, which is the largest complex of prisons in South Asia, has recently launched its very own Tihar Food Court that ...
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According to an official release, a team of inspectors from FSSAI surveyed the kitchen, storage, hygiene level and of course, the food quality.