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  • Salt, pepper and The Beatles

    When a group of Beatles lovers in Delhi got together last week to celebrate 50 years of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, with a talk by the knowledgeable Dipankar De Sarkar, it turned into an opportunity to relive a slice of history and politics and music that defined both...

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  • Balkan pepper relish stirs appetites and pride

    Flavours diverge across the former Yugoslavia: while Macedonians add aubergine to their much-loved ajvar mix, many Serbian devotees stick to salt, sugar and vinegar...

    “We consider our product to be the best,” the 65-year-old said proudly, over a grill of blackened peppers in his central village of Ljetovik...

  • Liverpool salutes Sgt Pepper as Beatles opus hits 50

    LIVERPOOL: With fireworks, murals and new Beatles memorabilia, the home city of the Fab Four is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the band’s landmark Sgt Pepper album with an artistic feast...

    The “Sgt Pepper at 50: Heading for Home” festival pays tribute to the era-defining record in the English northwestern port city of Liverpool that still attracts hundreds of thousands of the group’s fans every year...

  • Saluting Sgt Pepper

    Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was greeted in The Times by the theatre critic and writer Kenneth Tynan as “a decisive moment in the history of Western civilisation”...

    It could be said that Martin’s instrumentality in honing the sound of The Beatles reached its apogee with Sgt Pepper...

  • Meraki’s menu offers a little bit of everything

    Like other places around the city, the menu consists of a little bit of everything, but unlike other outlets, the various recipes stay unapologetically true to their origin...

    The menu opens with an around the world breakfast section, offering various eggs made as they are in Tuscany – where eggs are stuffed with sun dried tomatoes, mushrooms and ricotta, Santorini – in the form of an omelette with olives, feta, pepper, cherry...

  • ‘Factor investing’ earns a place on the menu

    SINCE its genesis the cooks of the investment industry have relied on the same basic ingredients when concocting a diversified portfolio to please their palate and keep their returns healthy...

    The chefs — or asset allocators in the industry parlance — divvy up money between the major asset classes such as bonds and stocks, and stow the balance in ‘alternative’ investments such as real estate, commodities and hedge funds
  • Vegetables on the menu

    Broccoli and potato bhujiya with butterIngredients 3 full cups broccoli florets, trimmed and washed 2 medium sized potatoes, peeled and cut into small cubes or thin wedges 1 red tomato, peeled and finely chopped 1 small onion, finely chopped 2 tbs garlic, roughly chopped 2-4 green chillies, finely chopped 1/2 tsp black pepper, freshly crushed 125 grams salted butter, optional...

  • Bangladesh changes prison breakfast menu after 200 years

    DHAKA: Bangladesh authorities have upgraded a 200-year-old colonial-era breakfast menu in all prisons, an official said on Sunday, as part of a reform of the country’s penal system...

    Bazlur Rashid, deputy head of the Prison Directorate, said the nation’s more than 81,000 convicts would receive from Sunday an improved breakfast, replacing the bread and molasses that has been on the menu since being introduced by British colonial...

  • IOC Salt Lake reforms example for FIFA: Bach

    LONDON: The way FIFA can regain credibility is to implement reforms such as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) did in the wake of the scandal surrounding the awarding of the 2002 Winter Olympics to Salt Lake City IOC president Thomas Bach said on Saturday...

  • ‘Food manufacturers, hotels ordered to use iodised salt’

    KARACHI: Speakers at a seminar on Saturday said the number of people using iodised salt had phenomenally increased in Karachi over the past few years, yet a large number of people were using salt without iodine and inviting a host of diseases...

    Senior officials said they had planned a campaign against food manufacturers, outlets and eateries not using the iodised salt...

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