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  • TRADITIONS: FRESH FROM THE EASTER OVEN

    Hot-cross buns, hot-cross buns, One a penny, two a penny, hot-cross buns, If you have no daughters then give them to your sons; But if you should have none of these pretty little elves You cannot do much better if you eat them all yourselves!I could keep on singing this old nursery rhyme and I wouldn’t be able to stop myself until I stuffed my mouth with a hot-cross bun...

    The bun, a delicacy of Easter weekend, is not alone
  • Cook-it-yourself: Crackers pizza

    If you have got to have a pizza, you have just got to have a pizza...

    This week we are showing you how to make pizza by using crackers or any salty biscuits you have at home, in place of the traditional pizza dough/bread...

  • Pizza by drone ? unmanned air delivery set to take off in New Zealand

    WELLINGTON: A New Zealand pizza chain aims to become the world's first company to offer a commercial drone delivery service, a milestone in the once-unthinkable quest to save time and money with an air-borne supply chain dispensing with people...

    Domino's Pizza Enterprises Ltd conducted a demonstration pizza delivery by drone in the New Zealand city of Auckland on Thursday, and afterwards said it aimed to be the first company to...

  • Cook-it-yourself : Five-minute bread pizza

    Ingredients• Slices of bread• Ketchup or pizza sauce• Cheddar cheese• Mozzarella cheese• Shredded chicken or any topping you are in the mood of eating• Chopped onions, capsicums and tomatoesMethod:• Ask mummy to preheat oven to 150 degrees Centigrade...

    You don’t need a very hot oven for this...

  • New Zealand makes pizza drone delivery

    WELLINGTON: The world’s first pizza drone delivery was claimed on Wednesday by the New Zealand division of fast food giant Domino’s, as it looks to grab a slice of a potentially hot future market...

    The firm’s boss Don Meij said drones were set to become an essential part of pizza deliveries...

  • Local pizza, Bakarkhani bread gaining popularity

    PESHAWAR: The lone shop behind Qissa Khawani Bazaar selling bread pizza and Bakarkhani is becoming famous owing to popularity and tasteful crispiness of the food items...

    The local pizza, prepared with a different ingredients mixed in dough, is fast gaining fame among local residents...

  • Cook-it-yourself : Pizza in a mug

    • 1/2 cup or 8 tablespoon plain flour• 1/2 teaspoon baking powder• 1/8 teaspoon of baking soda• Pinch of salt• 6 tablespoon milk• 2 tablespoon vegetable/cooking oil• For topping:• Pinch of dried or powered oregano• Grated cheese – mozzarella or cheddar• Pizza sauce or chilli garlic sauce/ketchup• Chopped chicken chunks (cooked)• Chopped onions• Chopped capsicum• Tomatoes sliced or choppedMethod:In a bowl add flour, baking powder, baking soda...

  • Shanghai Electric gets CCP's approval to acquire K-Electric

    Shanghai Electric Power Co Ltd said on Monday that it had received approval from the Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) to acquire K-Electric Limited...

    The Abraaj Group announced in October that one of its companies, KES Power, had reached an agreement to divest its stake in K-Electric, the country’s largest and only vertically integrated power utility, to Shanghai Electric...

  • Questions raised over General Electric’s flagship power turbines in Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: General Electric’s flagship gas turbines ran into problems in Pakistan earlier this year, leading to delays and lengthy outages at three newly built power stations, according to several senior Pakistani officials and power executives...

    On the issues in Pakistan, GE said: “We’ve encountered and communicated openly about launch challenges and readily resolved issues during this time...

  • Nepra issues show-cause notice to K-Electric

    ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) issued a show-cause notice to the K-Electric on Friday for “its consistent failure to fulfil service obligations, inability to comply with prudent utility practices” and for misleading the regulator...

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