Eat That Burger At Your Risk: Quick Service/Casual Dining Re...

14 November 2017

GLOBAL quick service restaurant (QSR, or fast food) chains are practising double standards on the critical issue of antibiotic abuse in chicken production, rapidly eliminating the possibility of misuse of...


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Indian Accent Moves to The Lodhi with More Style Greater P...

04 November 2017

DELHI'S Lodi Estate neighbourhood -- home to MPs, civil servants and military top brass -- is named after an Afghan dynasty, the Lodis, who used to rule over much of...


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Prime Minister to Serve from 'World's Largest Khichdi' at Wo...

28 October 2017

THE UNION Minister for Food Processing Industries, Harsimrat Kaur Badal, is all set to successfully helm the country's biggest-ever global food show, the three-day World Food India, which opens on...


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As Conde Nast Traveler Readers Vote The Lodhi as the World's...

22 October 2017

THE LODHI, real estate behemoth DLF's maiden foray into the hospitality world, had much to celebrate this Diwali, for it has been ranked No. 2 in the world in the 2017...


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It's Back to the GST Battlefront for Restaurants As Promise ...

22 October 2017

THE restaurant sector, despite its remarkable growth story, seems to be continually getting on the wrong side of the regulatory authorities. When the media was celebrating the distinct possibility of the...


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Photo of the Day

  • The Iranian Halwa (in the foreground), which I photographed during my chat with Anaida at Soda Bottle Opener Wala, Khan Market, reminded me so much of the kadha parshad at the Golden Temple in Amritsar that I was convinced its recipe had been brought back to India by Guru Nanak's entourage, which passed by Iran on its way to Mecca. The ingredients of the Iranian Halwa are wheat flour, cooked with rose water in ghee, and flavoured with nuts and cinnamon. In the background you can see another Iranian beauty, Shole Zard, or 'yellow flame' saffron rice pudding made from aromatic rice flavoured with saffron and almonds.

After 28 years in active journalism, I have decided to quit the hurly-burly of daily newspapers and the joy of editing (massacring?) the copy of helpless souls, and become the master of my own time...

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