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Inside India's Regional Dessert Feud

Where's rasgulla actually from? Well, it's complicated.
Mayukh Sen
11.17.17
cooking
cooking

How This 106-Year-Old Great-Grandmother Became a Famous YouTube Chef

You can learn just about anything on YouTube—including how to make watermelon chicken and scrambed emu eggs from a centenarian.
Jelisa Castrodale
9.19.17
Curry
Curry

Why Curry Doesn’t Really Exist

"My parents taught me that cooking was about self-sufficiency, and not some sort of mystical connection to your roots."
Naben Ruthnum
9.1.17
alcohol
alcohol

Urban Planning Accidentally Banned Alcohol Throughout This Entire City

More than 700 bars, pubs, hotels, and establishments selling alcohol in the city have been forced to go dry or close down.
Gigen Mammoser
7.9.17
dumplings
dumplings

An Indian Politician Wants to Ban Dumplings

"Momos have been found to be the root cause of several life-threatening diseases," Arora claims.
Nick Rose
6.12.17
Chinese food
Chinese food

Inside the Birthplace of Indian-Chinese Cuisine

When Chinese immigrants arrived in Kolkata two centuries ago, they put down roots and created a delicious fusion cuisine that blended Hakka traditions with the fiery flavors Indians love.
Sharanya Deepak
4.27.17
INDIA
INDIA

Inside the World’s Largest Free Kitchen

At the Sikh Golden Temple in Amritsar, India, nearly 100,000 people eat here on an average day—and not a single one of them will pay for the food they consume.
Nadim Roberts and Rutwij Devashrayee
4.11.17
INDIA
INDIA

India's War on Beef Is Heating Up Again

Life in prison is now the penalty for killing cows in one Indian state.
Nick Rose
4.5.17
Indian Food
Indian Food

This Washing Machine Has a Special Setting for Curry Stains

Push the "curry" button on Panasonic's new machine and those madras marks will disappear.
Phoebe Hurst
3.13.17
INDIA
INDIA

Photos of People Trying Wine for the First Time at One of India's New Vineyards

“I thought it would taste of apple.”
Rebecca Hobson
2.2.17
INDIA
INDIA

Tibetan Refugees Are the Masterminds Behind Delhi’s Favorite Dumplings

When Tibetans fled their homeland and settled in India, they brought their momos—thin-skinned dumplings stuffed with meat, vegetables, or cheese—along with them.
Natalie B. Compton
1.16.17
INDIA
INDIA

This Restaurant Wants You to Dine with the Dead

Inside a dimly lit restaurant situated near the Sidi Saiyad mosque in the Indian city of Ahmedabad, it is hard to escape a glaring fact: the tables and booths are arranged around large, casket-like tombs. At New Lucky, the customers are dining with the...
Han Zhang
1.13.17