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General, India, Must-reads

Not Just Child’s Play: Children leading the Culinary Evolution in India

19 Jun , 2016  

Picture credit: tripadvisor.com

This past weekend, I conducted a workshop where we made ice cream from scratch, churned it and used the ice cream to make milkshakes. Here’s the catch – this workshop was for kids with the youngest participant being three-and-a-half-years-old! That’s right, this was a workshop for kids and I didn’t need to explain to them […]

Fine Dining, General, India, Must-reads

How Fine Dine Wedding Caterers are Making It an Affair to Remember

11 Jun , 2016  

Fine Dine Love

I have vivid memories of attending weddings as a kid where I would be helping myself to the food at the buffet and the videographer would suddenly pop up to take footage of the guests. There would be awkward shots of people, pretending not to be conscious of the camera as they tucked into the […]

Delhi, Fine Dining, India, Mumbai

Molecular, Progressive, and Fusion – What’s Really Going on with Our Drinks and Food?

19 May , 2016  

Fine Dine Love

The ad breaks during the new season of MasterChef Australia have little snippets of culinary terms explained to the audience. ‘Molecular Gastronomy’ was one such term that popped up just a couple of nights ago. I’ll loosely paraphrase from the show as “the application of scientific principles to the understanding and development of food.” Now […]

fine farm dining, Health

Farm to Fork: Know Where Your Food Comes From

30 Apr , 2016  

Chef Morgan's recipe for Goats Cheese at Soleil in Sula Vineyards

You don’t have to be a chef in a professional kitchen to know that the secret to great flavour lies in working with fresh ingredients. The fresher the produce, the better your food will taste. Do you remember when apples were seasonal and not available all-year-round? Did they not taste better then? Pick the local […]

India, Mumbai, World

Hungry For More: Unique Cuisines in Mumbai

23 Apr , 2016  

Fine Dine Love

There’s never been a more exciting time for food enthusiasts in Mumbai. After lapping up popular cuisines like Italian, Cantonese, Thai and Japanese – it seems the city is still hungry for more – literally! With a growing mix of restaurants and home chefs you can sample cuisines as diverse as Tibetan, Peruvian, Assamese and […]

Mumbai, WowTables Recommends

10 Ways to a Makeover: Mumbai’s Unique Sandwiches

20 Apr , 2016  

Fine Dine Love

Jam sandwich. 2 slices of white bread, butter and non-organic, grocery store-bought ‘mixed fruit’ jam — simple and far from any sort of a gourmet creation! That was the first sandwich I fixed for myself as a child while playing with my kitchen toy set. That started me on my journey of being a sandwich […]

WowTables Recommends

Gourmet Day 2.0: An Experience to Remember

19 Apr , 2016  

Expect great food and wonderful experience, no matter what restaurant you pick

If you even briefly checked your Twitter account on 15th April 2016, there’s no way you could have missed the gorgeous food pictures that food lovers from Mumbai, Delhi, Pune and Bangalore had been posting under the hashtag ‘Gourmet Day’. Yours truly got in on some #GourmetDay action too! This was an initiative by WowTables […]

Mumbai, Restaurants

Are You Game: Mumbai Restaurants and Board Games Combo

16 Apr , 2016  

Fine Dine Love

Good food, great ambience – these are things that you look for in a restaurant, right? But it’s not called the ‘hospitality’ world for no reason, as these days you’ll find a growing number of Mumbai’s restaurants and cafes going the extra mile for their diners. This could range from customised cutlery, fancy, one-of-a-kind china […]

General, World

#WorldOnMyPlate: 9 Dishes That Have Made Their Way to India

9 Apr , 2016  

Fine Dine Love

Do you remember when trends were restricted to just fashion? But now, almost every few months, just like with fashion, there are ‘it foods’ that seem to catch our fancy! Do ‘cronuts’ ring a bell? The croissant-donut hybrid that caught out fancy a couple of years ago? And ever since then, local foods from different corners of […]

Chefs, Mumbai, Must-reads, Restaurants

The Scoop: What’s Cooking at Ellipsis with Chef Phuong Tran?

3 Apr , 2016  

Vietnam-born Chef Phuong Tran is all set to revamp the Ellipsis menu

As February drew to an end, a new Executive Chef made his way to the kitchen of Ellipsis, Mumbai’s favourite fine dining restaurant that serves seasonal New American food. Chef Phuong Tran, the Vietnamese-born Californian, now takes over from Chef Kelvin Cheung. The restaurant’s fourth year in business is marked by the launch of Chef […]

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