Meet the Godfather of Indian Pizza
“A lot of people ask me: ‘Do they have pizza like this in India?’” Tony grins. “No! That was only born here. That happens only here.”
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.
A quick and easy snack that doesn't require many ingredients (and most of which you probably have in your pantry).
Workaholics: This Totally Lit Indian Street Snack Requires Just Eggs and Flour
Indian fast food made fresh, but inside your own kitchen. Here's how to pull it off in under 20 minutes.
Celebrating Diwali in London’s Indian Food Paradise
Where better to mark the festival of lights than Southall, which boasts the largest Asian population in London?
How India Fell Back in Love with Ghee
The clarified butter had fallen out of favor with Indian chefs, thanks to a recent culinary trend for imported olive oil. But with new studies revealing ghee’s health benefits, the creamy staple is back on Indian menus. “It gives a lot of power to the...
Is Manchester’s Famous 'Curry Mile' Turning into a 'Shisha Cafe Mile'?
The Curry Mile has been Manchester’s South Asian dining destination since the 1960s. Now, more than 30 shisha cafes occupy this stretch of Wilmslow Road, almost outnumbering the curry houses, Indian sweet shops, and restaurants.
This Legendary Curry House Owner Orders Fries in Indian Restaurants
“I’m embarrassed to say, but if I go to an Indian restaurant, I’d order chips,” says Wasim Tayyab, one of the three brothers behind Tayyabs, the London eatery lauded for its home-style Punjabi-Pakistani cooking.
The Car Park of This Hindu Temple Serves Some of London’s Best Vegetarian Food
In the grounds of BAPS Shri Swaminarayan mandir in Neasden sits Shayona, a restaurant whose entirely vegetarian menu adheres to the Hindu practice of Sattvic eating—a diet of unprosessed, restoritative foods.
A Territorial Goan Chef Introduced Me to Real Vindaloo
Patrick D’souza, owner of Bhatti Village Restaurant in Goa, is so protective of his vindaloo that he doesn't even have a menu. “We have many awards and if [other restaurants] see the menu, they will start doing it,” he says.
Why Curry from This Caribbean Takeaway Might Taste Indian
“Some people come in and are surprised to see Indian food on the menu,” says David Parey, owner of London Trinidadian eatery Roti Joupa. “They think Caribbean food is just rice and peas.”
A Single Takeaway Curry Has Enough Calories for Two People
New research from Ulster University has found that your lazy Friday night fave of chicken korma and pilau rice contains enough calories for two adults and over the recommended daily amount of fat.
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