Most of us tend to believe that nutritional deficiencies manifest themselves in the form of physical illnesses. This isn’t the case as nutrition issues can effect our mental health too.
Meet Leo Forsberg, a Swede, who likely knows more about the different elements of Indian cuisine, across the many sub cultures, than most Indians I know. If that wasn’t enough, the man can cook too! We’re glad Leo has made CaL a home of sorts to carry on his culinary journey and look forward to seeing him on TV soon, or in a book even.
Kiran Padsala Amin successfully surmounted obstacles and made the journey from a non-baker to a professional one. Read her story.
Maggi Noodles’ halfhearted and feeble attempts at wooing back the Indian customer may cost the company dearly. Their latest such attempt too falls flat and does nothing to prop up the ailing brand.
When one thinks of Rhea Mitra-Dalal, one quickly conjures up an image of a no-nonsense, matronly lady, one of the oldest members and moderators of the Chef at Large Facebook group. However, behind that stately demeanour, is a lady with the kindest of hearts, a love for food which replaces her usual stern look when a plate of delectable food lands in front of her. A brilliant writer on all things food especially Parsi and Bengali cuisines, not to mention everything porcine.
The simplicity of his way of being combined with love for this wife and kind interactions with members make him quite the beloved grand-daddy on CaL.
When I spoke to Trishna Wahengbam of Chaminnasi, an entrepreneur foraying into North Eastern cuisine for the patrons in Delhi, I couldn’t stop myself from reminiscing of Frost’s, ‘The Road Not Taken’. Whilst many take great comfort in sticking to the rigmarole of routine, Trishna Wahengbam found solace in stepping into uncharted territories.
Leading the brand communications for 5 Star Properties across the Capital is no small task and Sumedha Chaudhary does the same with aplomb! Read on to find out more…
Pasta Box: Cheesy Alfredo, by Chef’s Basket is an easy to store and quick to cook product that represents convenience for most part. Does it measure up and taste as good as the packaging states?