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    Taste In Train Peshawar Menu Boards

  • 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

    Spicy and aromatic cauliflower gravyIngredients 1 kg cauliflower, trimmed, washed and broken into large or bite-sized florets 1 tbs garlic paste, heaped 1 tbs ginger paste heaped 2 medium-sized onions, finely chopped 1/2 cup red tomato paste 2 tbs well-beaten yoghurt 2 tbs, ginger, cut into thick julienne 1tbs coriander powder 1 tsp turmeric powder 1 tsp red chilli powder 1 tbs cumin seed powder 1 tbs ...

  • 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...

  • A taste of Peshawar’s Namak Mandi

    ISLAMABAD: By flavouring their grilled meat and most karhai dishes with just salt, Charsi Tikka in Saidpur Village brings the taste of Peshawar’s famous Namak Mandi to Islamabad...

    Charsi Tikka has managed to replicate the taste of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in its dishes, where the food isn’t heavy spiced and the taste of the main ingredient shines through...

  • Peshawar, Swat, Malakand boards declare HSSC exam results

    PESHAWAR: The girls students got top three positions in the annual results of the higher secondary school certificate examinations declared by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Peshawar, here on Saturday...

    All the top three position holders are students of the Jinnah College for Women, University of Peshawar...

  • Private schools’ students top Peshawar, Mardan boards’ SSC results

    PESHAWAR/MARDAN: The students of the science group studying in the private educational institutions got first three positions in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination results announced by the Peshawar and Mardan Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education on Friday...

    Peshawar board announced the result at a ceremony on its premises...

  • Gun Smoke Lahore: A taste of the Wild West and yummy mud pie

    For food quality it gets seven, for food taste another seven, for food presentation six, for service six, for quality of crockery and cutlery six is just about good (no compromise here), for ambience a well-deserved seven (probably the best theme eatery in Lahore), for prices four (this is no cheap place), and for ease in parking and approach six...

    The outer shell was crisp, the size – thankfully - was moderate, the taste was good...

  • Test the air, taste the fury

    BETWEEN 2010 and 2015, Pakistan experienced a rain-related flood every monsoon season, yet not much changed in how we responded to this, or even how we discussed successive events...

    Millions of people were displaced from their homes in each event, with the largest number in 2010 when the NDMA estimated that about 20 million people were affected in all
  • Capital gets a taste of Japanese imperial court music

    ISLAMABAD: The Japanese Embassy celebrated the 65th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Japan and Pakistan by organising an evening of classical Gagaku music and dance performances at Islamabad Club on Monday...

    Gagaku, literally translating to ‘elegant music’ is a centuries old Japanese classical music that has been performed by the musicians of the Japanese Imperial Household at the Imperial Court in Kyoto and at various holy...
  • Music lovers get a taste of Sufi music, wrapped in jazz

    ISLAMABAD: Saturday night at Kuch Khaas had a different feel for the audience who got to hear a unique sound of music - fusion between Sufi folk and jazz...

    Powerful vocals of folk singer Qurban Niazi together with the beats of the tabla and dholak and the rhythm of the electric keyboard and saxophone left the audience upbeat
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