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  • CUISINE: FROM GOA, WITH LOVE…

    As it turns out, cooking Goan food is a labour of love...

    I’m old! What to do?”Today she employs domestic help for the arduous task of grinding the concoction of spices — a crucial practice in Goanese cooking...

  • A taste of Kashmiri cuisine and culture

    The restaurant, named Koshar Foods, was inaugurated on Thursday “to promote the culture of held Valley in its liberated part – Muzaffarabad – and give tourists and locals a taste of…Kashmiri cuisine” at Upper Adda, which turns into an undeclared food street in Muzaffarbad shortly before sunset...

  • CUISINE: MEAT UP IN QUETTA

    The cooking process is quite something — the goat is stuffed with rice and dried fruit and is buried in a pit with burning coal on either side...

    “But somehow it seems that the upcoming generations will be unaware of our traditional cuisine...

  • Food start-ups: redefining local cuisine

    Originally from Afghanistan, Afghani burgers are an interesting example of fusion cooking...

    Thus, we may not be able to predict what lies ahead for fusion cooking in this region, but what we certainly know is that these new brands have successfully managed to achieve the arduous task of redefining the local classics -- and we surely can’t wait to see what they have in store next...

  • Spain’s Basque Country, where haute cuisine meets science

    This gastronomy school in Europe’s culture capital San Sebastian is but one manifestation of a four-decade culinary revolution that has made the northern Basque Country famous for its traditional haute cuisine ...

    He and his chefs have worked closely with scientists of all kinds to find new cooking techniques or textures, and determine how their discoveries can be used not only at Mugaritz but in the wider world...

  • Coming together with Bohra cuisine

    Ever since I can recall, my school and university friends were sure to comment on two things — one, my unique hijab i...

    The community’s cuisine reflects its influences from its early settlements in Yemen and India which is the reason for its Arabic, Mughlai and Gujarati sway...

  • A Sindh-inspired take on classic desi cuisine

    ISLAMABAD: Disappointed by ‘pulao being sold under the guise of Sindhi biryani’, husband and wife duo Mustafa and Abida Talpur set out to bring the taste of Sindh to Islamabad...

    The couple from Badin started their own restaurant, Sarang Sindhi Cuisine in F-11 Markaz, some two years ago...

  • From stir-fry to ‘stir-fried ice cream’, the capital’s take on Thai cuisine

    ISLAMABAD: After operating as a delivery service for a long time and then from a small outlet in the Safa Gold Mall, Tiger Temple has now opened a dine-in outlet at the Beverly Centre...

    There are no desserts on Tiger Temple’s menu, and to round off the Thai cuisine experience, it might be a good idea to head to the Liberty Plaza in F-11, where a new outlet called Iceiole opened a few weeks ago...

  • Painda – a popular traditional cuisine goes north

    “I have learnt cooking Painda, but still I need a master hand to cook it for guests at my home,” said Ms Siraj...

    Internally displaced persons (IDPs) from Waziristan and adjacent areas of Dera Ismail Khan, Tank, Lakki Marwat, and Bannu are responsible for introducing and popularising this delicious cuisine in Peshawar and other areas...

  • Lebanese cuisine — the taste of the Middle East

    Because I eat out a lot and visit various eateries across town, I have tried almost every kind of cuisine, but find Lebanese food to be the best, because it is also healthy and easier to digest,” said Raza Malik, a resident of Chaklala Scheme III...

    Pervaiz Ahmed, another local, said he has lived in Dubai and other Middle Eastern countries and that he has developed a taste for Middle Eastern cuisine, especially Lebanese food...

  • Savour your taste buds with Thai cuisine

    ISLAMABAD: Realising that there weren’t many Thai restaurants in the city, husband and wife duo Anum and Ahmed Zafar set out to bring the taste of Thailand to the capital...

    They started off with a small delivery service by the name of Siam Thai and Chinese Cuisine from home before moving on to opening a small restaurant by the same name in F-11’s liberty square plaza - a food court of sorts...

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