Breaking News

Zest

Making of resourceful kitchens

Modern day amenities have brought with it several ways to make life easier, but this has also raised concern over exploitation of natural resources. This concern has led to the concept of sustainable restaurants.

Read More »

Why you shouldn’t eat food out of season

Zubin Dsouza   I don’t particularly count myself healthy. I can run a half marathon without collapsing at the finish line, can do a couple of sprints to catch a train speeding away from a station or a bus that is just pulling away and I definitely can beat the entire mad and crazy crowd when it comes to entering …

Read More »

Indian food that crosses religions

Vir Sanghvi   Last November my friend Ash Lilani took me to the Portland Steak House in Bengaluru. Among his other guests was Rezwan Razack of the Prestige Group, one of the city’s largest construction companies. Rezwan has many claims to fame but I was most interested in his vast knowledge of food.

Read More »

Old Goa and its 21 Kms wall with gateways

Sanjeev V Sardesai   Amongst the most impressive edifices, that catch the eye of a visitor to Old Goa, is the majestic gateway, known more prominently as The Viceroy’s Arch. Many of these visitors may not be aware that this gateway was one of the supposed seven well guarded gateways that adorned the fortification walls, which encircled and encapsulated the …

Read More »

Food sources of gluten

Rohini Diniz   As mentioned in last week’s article, diet is the cornerstone in the treatment of celiac disease and involves exclusion of grains containing gluten for life.

Read More »

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers: Revelry!

RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK   ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’ (1954), a profoundly exuberant and eminently watchable musical arrived when Hollywood was at the peak of its ‘Era of the Musicals’.

Read More »

‘Make toilet a jealously item’

  If you thought the word ‘toilet’ is about serious discussions and throwing big numbers in the air, then you should attend a lecture by Singapore based Jack Sim, founder BoP HUB, World Toilet Organisation. Sim who is also known as the Toilet Man,

Read More »

Staging the good in life

Inspiration can strike from any quarter, and the story of former street kid Amin Sheikh, inspired Nalini Elvino de Sousa to create a play which will be staged at two locations in Goa. NT BUZZ found out more about the story that is set to inspire

Read More »

Unhealthiest food in the world

Zubin Dsouza   When I spent part of my youth starving away in a corner of Mumbai, I had these fantasies of wanting to become a chef so I could ensure that I had two square meals a day. When I realised Elvis Presley died of multiple complications of which one in all probability could be overeating, I so wanted …

Read More »