Food

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You Can Cook!!

There are rules to be followed, flavours to be balanced, textures to be contrasted, in devising the perfect meal.

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Of Suppe, Spaetzli and Schnappes

Into the land of mounatins, milkmaids and mouthwatering cuisines.

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Celery Soup

There is a tremendous amount of snobbery when soup should be served. Click on the arrow to expand and read more about this article.

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The Flavour of Winter!

Through poets and writers have waxed eloquent about springtime in England.

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Fool's Paradise

There's nothing better to beat the summer heat than a long, cold glass of mango fool, says Gitanjali Prasad.

From the Blog

1st
Sept 2013

TICKING BIO CLOCK

In many ways, the issues of work family balance are well known. The real challenge is to understand how to use this information in making ones own life choices. Should one marry early or late, or not at all, should.

13th
Aug 2013

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE

When I was researching issues related to family life for my book, The Great Indian Family in the early 2000s, I did find that no matter how husbands and wives, mothers in law and daughters in law renegotiated roles and...

10th
Aug 2013

STRESSED INDIAN WOMEN

Indian women the most stressed in the world, a 2011 Nielsen survey, Women of Tomorrow, of 6,500 women across 21 different nations, found, with 87% stating that they felt stressed most of the time. 82% had no free time at.

2nd
Aug 2013

THOUGHTS ON WORK LIFE

Staring at a bare space, the first page of a blank word document and wondering what my very first blog should be about, is fairly terrifying! I have so many thoughts about this whole issue of work-family balance, and the...

2nd
Sept 2013

BACK TO THE FUTURE

The other day a met a young journalist at an art exhibition, as I see myself as a journalist who is doing a huge amount of corporate communication, and much too little journalism these days, I was immediately drawn to her, and we got talking.