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Come…Bean me up

By Joe Mascarenhas

It is a rather suggestive line but the name is apt because it is bound to create an up…up and up experience. Moreover at the end of this surreal meal the ‘light’ feeling one experience’s could take you up higher.

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Chinese New Year Festivities

By Mini Ribeiro

Tangerines and mandarins are symbolic of wealth and luck and they are passed to family and friends as a symbol of sharing wealth and prosperity.

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Love’s in the (H)Air!

BINA PUNJANI HAIR STUDIO

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and many of us will plan something special for the day. And something that could add a little more zing in your romance is surprising your partner with look that’s a somewhat different from your regular one, something that’s a bit more adventurous!

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Romance, with a dash of lavish

By Sinead McManus

The time of little hearts and warm surprises is just around the corner. The time to tell that special someone what sets them apart. The time to show them some love, with a healthy dose of lavish.

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Tea-se your palate with exotic flavours!

By Mini Ribeiro
Afternoon tea with scones, dainty macaroons et all is passé. Darjeeling, the champagne of teas, is held in high regard, but other interesting teas have taken over. Also tea is sipped in new forms on a lot more occasions now.

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Eat Street food and enjoy

By Joe Mascarenhas
It is called the highway to hell…what with cars speeding on the CHOGM road. Please don’t zip down this street, although the concept of fast food is here to stay. Where else could you get a meal served in five minutes flat? The eatery is called Eat Street which is the new culinary hub in Alto Porvorim.

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The Beginning: and then there was Light

BY Nolan Mascarenhas
All you need to know about ISO
Getting down to the basics of understanding ones camera is to know its functionalities. This I found out the hard way during my initial shoots on food photography.

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Good Touch, Bad Touch

By Bhalchandra Gaonkar
Translated from the original Konkani by Augusto Pinto [The Story So Far: After reading news of atrocities committed against women and even little girls day after day, Shakuntala,

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