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This is an epic dessert fusion – Gajar ka Halwa with Rabri Mousse and Shahi Tukda. It's delicious and colourful like Holi for which it was made!
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Exploring Agra beyond the Taj Mahal for us would obviously involve eating! Can you believe that there is Chaat Gali, an alley dedicated to Indian street food like chaats, panipuris, rabri, faluda and many more. And of course, there is Mughlai food!
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Exploring Agra beyond the Taj Mahal for us would obviously involve eating! Can you believe that there is Chaat Gali, an alley dedicated to Indian street food like chaats, panipuris, rabri, faluda and many more. And of course, there is Mughlai food!
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If you are looking for an epicurean weekend escape in the UAE, this itinerary created by Foodiva and The Luxury Collection is just for you. Different locales, with a menu inspired by the local flavours of each region, its definitely a treat for a foodie connoisseur.
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The belly rules the mind ∼ Spanish Proverb Visiting Lucknow for a food trail had been on the top of Bearded Biker’s wish list – and mine. Finally, we made it to Lucknow alibi a night halt before we could take the flight back to Dubai after an epic Jaipur-Agra trip. Lucknow’s alleys are still steeped in history and we knew that without seeing … Read More What we ate in Lucknow – and still dreaming of
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Our nine-days long Poland trip was packed and our initiation to Polish food was in Krakow. Here's a special Kogel Mogel recipe with seasonal fruits and a visit to the farmers' market and a community picnic in Krakow. Krakow is known as a historic city and it will soon be on the global map of gastronomy and a must-visit for all foodies!
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As an ode to my Bengali heritage, here’s the list... A-Z of Bengali Fish and the best possible preparations for that particular fish. I have listed only the ones where I have had the good fortune of laying my fingers on the fish bones, so a few alphabets are still sitting empty!
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