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Chef Anuradha – The hands which made those Modaks you Loved!!!!

Chef Anuradha – The hands which made those Modaks you Loved!!!!

AFTER GARNERING GANESHA’S BLESSINGS AND ACCQUAINTING YOUR TASTE BUDS WITH THE AUTHENTIC AND DELICIOUS TASTE OF UKADICHE AND FRIED MODAKS WHICH COMPELLED YOU TO ORDER IT TWICE OR EVEN THRICE! The burst of aroma when you open the box of modaks which accentuates the whole experience. Well, this blog is about those hands which prepared these delightful ones. Chef Anuradha…

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WHY ARE 21 MODAKS OFFERED TO LORD GANESHA?

WHY ARE 21 MODAKS OFFERED TO LORD GANESHA?

It’s that time of the year !!! Vighnaharta is here. The chanting of the hymns, prayers, fasts, decorations …what a wonderful sight to behold. And Ganesha’s favorite Modaks! Which is why he is even known by the name Modakpriya because of his never-ending love for modaks. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with great enthusiasm mainly in the states of Maharashtra, Goa,…

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SWEET COCONUT RICE [NARALI BHAAT]

SWEET COCONUT RICE [NARALI BHAAT]

Narali Bhaat is cooked on the auspicious day of Narali Poornima which people refer to it by various names like, Narali Pournima, Shravani Pournima, Rakhi Pournima or Raksha Bandhan are the different names for one festival which is celebrated in the month of Shravan And in a country like India where every festival is known to have it’s unique delicacy…

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Why you should prefer traditional Mithai this festive season!

Why you should prefer traditional Mithai this festive season!

The festive season is around the corner and what highlights the festivals ‘Mithais’. No Indian festival is complete without Mithai or sweets so why not go for traditional ones this season? But what is the fact behind saying that the traditional Mithais are better? So given below are some facts that actually prove to you that the traditional Mithais are…

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Indian Treasures 2.0 – A Dinner Date

Indian Treasures 2.0 – A Dinner Date

It was a crispy cold Sunday evening. The dining hall and makeshift back kitchen of Press Club at Civil Lines were abuzz with frenzied activity- an evening of the second edition of Indian Treasures was finally here! Nativ-team was going through last-minute preparations- decorating tables, instructing helpers, setting dish booklet et all. There were salads being prepared and drinks being…

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The many terrains of Indian cuisine

The many terrains of Indian cuisine

“Tell me what you eat and I’ll tell you what you are.” Spoken by a true epicurean French lawyer in the 1800’s, these lines hold immense relevance to us even today. India is a country of 1.2 billion people, spread across thousands of acres who speak hundreds of different dialects that celebrate dozens of festivals each year! Our culture is…

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Guru Nanak Jayanti – A lesson in humanity

Guru Nanak Jayanti – A lesson in humanity

Guru Nanak Jayanti – A lesson in humanity “Ik Onkar Satnam Karta Purakh..”One singularity. One truth. There is only one creator- One God- who has created everything… These are the opening lines of ‘Mool Mantra’, an important composition of the Sikh religious scripture, Guru Granth Sahib. These soothing lines can be heard from the Gurudwaras on Guru Nanak Jayanti which…

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KONKANI CUISINE: EPICUREAN DELIGHT

KONKANI CUISINE: EPICUREAN DELIGHT

This cuisine traces its origin to the rugged western coastline of the Indian subcontinent. This region, spanning around 720 km, comprises of the trinity of Goa, Konkan region and Maharashtra. It is also called as Malvani cuisine, named after Malvan. It is a town in Sindhuberg district on the western coast. The influences can be stemmed, rooting to the Portuguese…

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Chef Jennifer: “BAKE” SOMEONE HAPPY

Chef Jennifer: “BAKE” SOMEONE HAPPY

Chef Jennifer is originally from Mumbai. She was born and brought up in the city of dreams. She hails from a humble middle-class Catholic family in Goa. As for her alma mater, she has completed her graduation in commerce (B.com). Her affair with the art of cooking began by observing her mother and grandmother conjure their magic in the kitchen.…

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