• TheFoodofLoveandLustSexFoods The Food of Love and Lust

    Food and aphrodisiacs have a deep connection. It is not about the type of food, but about how you use it. Even a good old egg can work wonders.

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  • PhantomCigarettes The Phantoms of Our Sweet Past

    Every time my dad sent me to fetch cigarettes, I would buy Phantom cigarette candy from the paan tapri below my house. I felt like a big boy as I tapped out one and took a fake puff.

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  • KhaleesikaDabba Khaleesi ka Dabba

    Tiffin Khaleesis exist in every school. They are the inconspicuous students who become stars for a brief moment every day by virtue of their lunch boxes.

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  • Devdas "Daaru Ne Kaha Paro Chhod Do"

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  • HostelHungerGames-Arre Hostel Hunger Games

    It doesn’t matter how successful and sophisticated we are, how varied our food choices. As former hostellers, we are all essentially large drool glands bounding to stuff our faces.

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  • TheBahubali2FoodQuiz The Bahubali Food Quiz

    Take this food quiz and find out which Bahubali 2 character will kill you.

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  • GST Marle G

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  • CBFC Sex on the Beach for the Censor Board

    The CBFC's at it again, this time it has gone after Amartya Sen. escalating stupidity up to ten, we've made them a cocktail, to help them find zen.

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  • Covfefe Flaming Covfefe Cocktail

    Wonder how to make a Covfefe? Here's the recipe for a drink that's as confusing as it is tasty.

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  • McDonalds is Losin' It

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  • TurmericLatteandOtherCulinaryCons Turmeric Latte and Other Culinary Cons

    The good old haldi doodh has transformed into turmeric latte and bhut jolokia goes by the name of ghost peppers. It’s a great time to sell some enthu cutlets to America.

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  • monsoons Bhajiyas à la Grand-Mère

    The relentless rains flood me with memories of my childhood. Bhajiyas were a ritual and my grams was the master of ceremony. With bacon and blue cheese bhajiyas, I pay an ode to Mai

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  • ABeefHistoryofSchoolRecess A Beef History of School Recess

    Nandu’s beef stall opened in school, entering our lives like a temptress in a sleepy marriage. Our dabbas ranged from sambhar to paranthas, and Nandu was the glue that bound us.

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  • Ramzan Fasting and Feasting: Suckers for Religious Gluttony

    The prize for fasting is the feast. Now there are feasts, and there is iftar, a meal so elaborate that it gives other religions #feastinggoals.

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  • Menu What Lies Beneath a Restaurant Menu

    There’s a secret society of menu engineers, which influences your choice of food at a restaurant. It’s the reason you order the “fillet of locally caught red snapper with fairy dust and unicorn poop” instead of the usual fish and chips.

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  • ManwithaPan-Cooking-Food Man with a Pan

    Men have the same attitudes to the whole cooking shtick as they have to cars and careers. Which means that they bring to it a sense of adventure.

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  • KitchenSoupfortheHomesickSoulFood Kitchen Soup for the Homesick Soul

    I began to cook when I moved out of my house because I simply had to. I don’t know when I embraced the kitchen, but cooking gave me a sense of self.

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  • WorldChocolateDay Nuts about Nutella: A Chocolate Day Affair

    If chocolate is an aphrodisiac then Nutella is literally sex on toast. On World Chocolate Day, here's an amorous ode to the luscious spread. Plug in your earphones and put your browser in incognito mode coz this one's NSFW.

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  • The Pretentious Guide to Gourmetfication

    It’s not easy marching to the beat of the extra-virgin, cold-pressed, tea-smoked gourmet drum. But you got to try.

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  • Get Tube Lit for Tubelight

    Watching Tubelight without drinking this cocktail would do the movie injustice. Get tube lit!

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  • Naked Lunch

    No dressing on diners, please. Back-to-the-basics brunch has got everyone’s taste buds tingling. What else could explain the popularity of London’s first naked restaurant?

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  • Iftar Humans of Iftar

    A Richard Attenborough-esque observation of the Humans of Iftar, who populate the table of every Serious Salim during Ramzan.

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  • A Tale of Two Kitchens

    Soon I’ll exchange my Mangalorean kitchen for that of a Tamil one. I’m both excited and apprehensive, at the thought of adjusting to a new kitchen and a new master of ceremonies.

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  • Kitchen Bitches and Why I Love Them

    It’s a man’s world inside a professional kitchen, and in order to make a mark, a woman has to learn to become immune to misogyny and remain unfazed by the penis jokes.

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  • Truly Madly Paddy

    “Loving you has not been easy.” A love letter to rice.

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  • The Stranger in my Kitchen

    My Chinese roommate taught me that giving in to suspicious, alien flavours can prove to be a rewarding experience. And that friendships forged over fire stand the test of time.

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  • IndianCricketTeam Khatta Meetha Defeat

    After yesterday's India vs. Sri Lanka clash, we made a consolation cocktail for Kohli & Co.

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  • Hey McDonald’s, Leave My Dosa Alone

    As a true-blue South Indian I’m outraged at the thought of having a Masala Dosa Burger. If McDonald’s wanted to ruin something from the South, it should’ve gone for Sreesanth.

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  • BananasthatImpregnateandOtherFoodMyths Bananas that Impregnate and Other Food Myths

    The mythology of food in India is storied and the best fables revolve around pregnancy. Twins, some believe, are the result of eating twin bananas – fruit that has the power to impregnate a man.

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  • A Symphony of Flavours

    If you hear closely, you will hear symphonies being conjured every day in your kitchen. Good food can sing an unforgettable melody, all you need to do is listen.

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