7 Food Items to Binge on During Family Vacation at Virajpet Resort in Coorg

7 Food Items to Binge on During Family Vacation at Virajpet Resort in Coorg

Revati Nargund Family – May 13, 2019
Located in Karnataka’s verdant Coorg district, Virajpet is about 35 kms away from Madikeri and is equally mesmerising. As the plains give way to the hills and the road begins to curve upwards, the wide vistas of forested slopes and valleys act as a soothing balm. There are thick jungles, paddy fields, and coffee plantations interspersed with pepper and cardamom plants. In between are little streams and rivulets, occasional waterfalls during the monsoons, and then there is the river Cauvery, revered by the Kodavas. Just round the corner, Virajpet suddenly comes into view and it is almost like a picture postcard. Most families prefer to visit Coorg between October and May when the climate is pleasant! We decided to give you a glimpse of the kind of food that is available in Virajpet.
• Pandi Curry
The very mention of Coorg will bring forth images of lush green landscapes, sweet aroma of coffee beans and paddy fields. Just as these things are synonymous with a trip to Coorg the most eminent and well-known food of Coorg is the pandi curry. Tender and succulent pieces of pork will melt in the mouth as a host of different flavours will arouse your palette’s curiosity. This delicious curry is cooked by our chefs and served in the most authentic, traditional manner.
• Kadumbuttu
Extremely popular in every kitchen in Coorg, kadumbuttu are essentially steamed rice dumplings that go very well with the Pandi Curry. These are soft, tender and get very moist when immersed in the curry. A great combination is to have them in a bowl and slurp away the last bit of curry. The spicy and tangy pandi curry adds just the right kind of flavour to these balls which are made of flour and contain grated coconut. The kodava community which is an intrinsic part of Coorg is often used to making these dumplings and the curry for daily meals. Add a little butter to the dumplings and you are in for a treat!
• Neyi Koolu
Koolu which means boiled rice and kanji which is rice gruel are the staple items and often consumed for daily meals with ghee. Not only do we try to incorporate the local delicacies, our chefs have been trained to specialise in the food that is specific to every area. Sample a little bit of this rice after consuming curry and the dumplings.
• Nool Puttu
Idiyappam is a famous dish that is consumed all around the world and is also famously known as nool puttu. This kerala style string hopper that is made from rice flour is eaten typically with a range of curries that are also available at the buffet served at the resort. Not just a breakfast item, this is a food item that is served in kannada.
• Chekke Kuru Curry
A delicious vegetarian dish served with hot rice or the hoppers for a noon mean, this is a curry that is made from jackfruit. Not only is it nutritious since it is made from jackfruit seeds and cucumber. An aromatic coconut mixture and fried shallots give the curry a fine and rich texture, something that is special to South Indian cuisines.
• Mange Pajji
This is a typical mixture that soothes the palate and is one of the most rewarding dishes that can be consumed over the summers. This is essentially a mango raita and goes very well with Neyi Koolu. Curd, mangoes and grated coconut are combined together to make a fine paste and seasoning is then added to give the mixture an added zest.
• Tharri Payasam
For dessert lovers, our Virajpet resort serves Tharri Payasam which is a quintessential South Indian style kheer in with broken grains and rice. You can always have a nice filter coffee or jaggery instead if you wish to skip out on this heavy mixture. However, the kheer is also made of rawa, cardamom and coconut milk sometimes which is less heavy and easily digested.
At Club Mahindra Virajpet resort in Coorg, the chefs will prepare authentic Coorgi food for you with delicious, age-old recipes! Our guests are pampered with dishes from other cuisines, too, at the resort’s restaurants – Aromas. You may even while away your time at the resort’s stunning lounge and bar Coorgenburg. When needed, the Virajpet resort in Coorg will provide special food for your little ones.
Along with relishing the famous local Coorgi food at Virajpet resort, here is a list of other things to do in Coorg to make the most of your family vacation in Virajpet, Coorg. Offer

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Best Luxury Hotels in India

Best Luxury Hotels in India Nidhivan Sarovar Portico Hotel in Vrindavan Travel Blogger
India is one of the most popular holiday destinations, partly because it’s cheap and partly because of the rich culture and experience it offers. If you are planning to travel to India in the near future, you might be looking for the best hotels in India to stay in. It’s a country with plenty of tourism infrastructure, there are more ATMs now and even some of the best banks for international travel are present in India.
Best Hotels in India
Whether you are travelling for leisure or for business, here are some of the best hotels in India you can book:
Nidhivan Sarovar Portico Hotel in Vrindavan
I simply loved this place. I was whackpacking here in 2016 for the infamous but disgusting sexually repulsive Holifest and I stayed at the Nidhivan Sarovar Portico Hotel in Vrindavan . Pure luxury from the moment I stepped in the door and the only place where I ever ordered room service – a fab curry and beer arrived at midnight. Blogging in Vrindavan
The Oberoi
The Oberoi Hotel in Mumbai is the situation in Mumbai’s business district, Nariman Point. It overlooks the Arabic sea and is part of the majestic Mumbai skyline. I’ve chosen this hotel because it’s beautiful and elegant. If you want, you can book a room overlooking the Arabic sea. Artworks such as the original paintings and the red piano add the aesthetic value of the place. Another reason I loved the hotel was because of its easy accessibility into the heart of Mumbai. You can walk around and will see so much of what Mumbai has to offer: restaurants, shopping areas, museums, and heritage buildings. I also recommend trying out Ziya, their contemporary Indian restaurant featuring Michelin star chef, Vineet Bhatia. Backpacking in India: Top 5 Sights in Mumbai
Rambagh Palace
If you are looking for a hotel that would embody the culture of India, then I would recommend the Rambagh Palace. It was initially the residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur. That’s why spectacular mirror work, eye-soothing gardens, and intricate frescos are part of the package and tell the tale of the most majestic era of India.
Let me give you a heads up. Don’t be surprised by the King’s welcome. There will probably be women dressed in traditional attire with camels, horses, and elephants standing guard. The ladies welcome guests in the Indian manner with aarti and tilak.
Ananda in the Himalayas
Ananda in the Himalayas will remind you of old hill stations and their simple elegance. Located in the foothills of the Himalayas in the northern part of India, this award-winning hotel is basically a spa resort.
If you are looking for a rejuvenating experience, you should be staying in Ananda because this resort combines the traditional values of Indian wellness such as Yoga, Ayurveda, and Vedanta with the modern program and spa treatments such as detox, weight management, stress management, etc. Do sample their healthy organic cuisine.
You can also view the famous Indian holy river, the Ganges since its walking distance from the resort. And don’t worry the hotel offers all the amenities of a modern hotel including swimming hotels, spa, international cuisine and more.
Taj Falaknuma Palace
Originally the abode of the Nizam of Hyderabad, the Taj Falaknuma Palace offers an old English touch with its Italian marbles, stained-glass windows, and frescos on the ceiling. Expect a royal treatment from the time the hotel picks you up in a horse-drawn carriage to the reception where you a treated like a king.
There’s an enchanting beauty to the Taj Falaknuma Palace. Every room has a great view of the ancient city of Hyderabad. When you book the hotel, do try out their restaurants served in the Gol Bungalow or the Durbar hall that’s an aesthetical delight with its Belgium chandeliers and the views overlooking the massive gardens.
Aman-i-Khass
The experience you will enjoy at Aman-i-Khass will be quite different from any other hotel accommodation. You’ll be living in a tent. And not just any tent, a luxury one with an experience of Safari from the Ranthambore National Park, Mughal-inspired décor and butlers ready to offer you the best service.
Even though you will be living in a tent, you still will have access to Wi-Fi, spas and other luxury treatments. Since you will be living outside, I recommend choosing light clothes and portable items. If you want to experience nature and the wild and still want luxury, Aman-i-Khass will do that for you.
The Lodhi Hotel
My last recommendation is the Lodhi Hotel, located in the south-central part of New Delhi. It’s the urban retreat you might enjoy after walking in the hustle bustle of Delhi streets. The modern architecture combined with the beautiful landscape is just the thing you need to relax. The hotel is conveniently located near many of the most popular Delhi attractions such as the Lodhi Gardens and the Delhi golf club. Backpacking in India: Top Four Places to Visit in New Delhi
The amenities offered by the hotel are also one of the best in the city. They have the biggest swimming pools, gymnasiums, and tennis courts. Don’t forget to try out their cuisines. It might be the best food you will taste in Delhi.
Since these are the best luxury hotels, you can expect the rates might not be as cheap as you would expect them to be in India. All of the hotels listed above offer a different experience. That’s the beauty of India. From the traditional to the modern, there’s nothing that India doesn’t pride in.

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Relish Assamese and Bengali flavors at the ‘My Sunday Brunch’ at The Café, Hyatt Regency Pune

by admin Relish Assamese and Bengali flavors at the ‘My Sunday Brunch’ at The Café, Hyatt Regency Pune
Food has always been the bond that brings families closer, the tradition of eating a meal together has slowly faded with our lives and schedules becoming ever divergent.
In today’s day and age everyone is caught up in the rat race during the week, leaving weekends as the only time when families get a chance to spend time with each other and actually catch up. With this objective, The Cafe, Hyatt Regency Pune, is proud to bring you “My Sunday Brunch”.
This specially curated Sunday brunch is inspired by the Hotel associates and their culinary heritage that is influenced by their families as well as professional lives. It is an ode to the journey of these artists.
Every Sunday beginning on May 19, one of their associates will recreate dishes from their favorite cuisines.
This Sunday, Chef Kanchan Acharjee, who hails from Assam will showcase the best of Assamese and Bengali comfort food.
Experience this carefully curated food extravaganza as there will be multiple other stations giving you a variety of tastes.
From a Super Lazy Breakfast to Seafood stories, the comfort of Italian cuisine reminiscent of La Terrazza, a unique Keto driven Health Corner, a whole spread celebrating seasonal vegetables, and juiciest of Indian Kebabs.
There will also be a special Junior Guests Buffet spread to keep the young ones occupied. And for those of you with a sweet tooth an extravagant Dessert Studio will also be put up!
An extensive selection of the age old favorites beverages will also be featured to complement the meal, along with some lively live music.
Drop by at The Cafe at Hyatt Regency Pune this Sunday afternoon to make beautiful memories for time spent well together.
DATE: Sunday, May 19, 2019
TIME: 12:30 PM – 4:00 PM
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5 Foods You Shouldn’t Be Eating After 6 PM For Weight Loss

Food Shutterstock There’s nothing wrong with having a bedtime snack . But it’s as important to remember that you won’t have hours to digest the foods you eat later on at night, and some foods can disrupt your sleep and will be harder to digest than others. Shutterstock
Cookies
They’re deliciously tempting, but cookies, pastries, doughnuts, and cake are among the worst foods you can eat at night. All of the sugar content in these dessert foods spikes your blood sugar levels, giving you a boost of energy you might not want when your body is supposed to be winding down. Shutterstock
Cereal
Cereal is easy and convenient — which makes it a favorite night-time snack. But many cereals are loaded with sugar and can provide the same unhelpful sugar spike as dessert. Shutterstock
French fries
Greasy foods like French fries and pizza are high in saturated fat and aren’t easily digested. Eating them before bed can result in waking up feeling sluggish and with low energy — which doesn’t make their taste worth the trade off. shutterstock
Alcohol
A glass of red wine before bed may relax you, but going overboard with cocktails is only going to spike your blood sugar levels and make it difficult to sleep at night. Shutterstock
Spicy Foods
Spicy foods like Indian cuisine are delish — but make sure you enjoy them at dinnertime and not right before bed. The heat in spices like chili powder can disrupt your sleep patterns and may cause upset stomach. Shutterstock
So, which foods should you snack on before bed? Great options include small portions that are high in protein. Think: a handful of nuts, string cheese, veggies with hummus, or a banana with a tablespoon of almond butter. Read More

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No-melt cheese heating up on American grills | 2019-05-14 | Food Business News

Home » No-melt cheese heating up on American grills No-melt cheese heating up on American grills Photo: Champignon North America By Donna Berry
CHICAGO — Grill-ready refrigerated display cases are more dynamic this barbecue season, as there are many varied non-meat offerings being merchandised alongside hamburgers, brats and kabobs. In addition to the growing number of plant-based alternatives and veggie burgers, there’s the emerging segment of grilling cheeses, which are designed to appeal to protein-seeking shoppers who crave flavor, variety and simple, wholesome nutrition.
“Cheese has served as an important protein source for centuries, even going by the term ‘white meat’ in feudal Europe, where it supplied essential nutrients to those who could not afford meat,” said Gianaclis Caldwell, founder of Gia’s Cheesorizo, Rogue River, Ore. “Non-melting, grillable cheeses are not only delicious, but offer nutrition and flavor that can enhance any omnivore’s menu. From Indian paneer to Greek halloumi, cooking cheeses have a long tradition that I believe is at a dawn of rediscovery for anyone who loves food and especially, of course, cheese.”
No-melt cheeses are not new, and in a number of countries they are part of traditional cuisine. They are fresh, semi-firm made with cow’s, goat’s or sheep’s milk, alone or as a blend. The reason these cheeses don’t melt is due to their protein structure, with moisture, salt, fat, age and acidity all having an impact.
They are vegetarian friendly. Like other cheeses, milk is the number-one ingredient.
“Our inspiration for Gia’s Cheesorizo is classic Indian paneer,” said Ms. Caldwell. “This naturally non-melting, high-protein cheese is a staple in many Indian dishes. Whole milk is curdled using real apple cider vinegar (most commercial paneer is made with white vinegar or citric acid) when the milk is very hot. The resulting curd is drained and pressed. Because of the high heat at which it was coagulated, it can never melt.”
The first of its kind, Cheesorizo Original Cheese Sausage began appearing in stores late in 2014. Varieties are ancho chili cumin, basil oregano and sage black pepper.
“Our cheese sausage is made by chopping up the curd blocks, then mixing in our carefully crafted spice blends and finally running the product through a sausage stuffer and into chubs,” she said.
In 2018 the company premiered CheeseSteaks. They are made with the same curd, but after pressing, the blocks are cooled, sliced and then basted with virgin olive oil, lightly grilled and dusted with sea salt. Varieties are ginger teriyaki, plain and Southern barbecue.
“The brand has a loyal following with vegetarian and omnivore eaters,” said Ms. Caldwell. “The recent trend toward whole dairy and low-carb eating has positively affected sales, and there has been eager interest from larger chains and food service buyers’ clubs for private labeling.”
The company recently stopped production in its small facility. It is seeking a partner to grow the business to take its on-trend products to the next level as interest in the category grows.
And it’s growing. That’s why Champignon North America, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., the exclusive importer of specialty cheeses produced by Käeserei Champignon, a 100-year old family-owned company in Bavaria, Germany, decided to bring Rougette Bonfire Grilling Cheeses to the U.S. market.
“Now grill masters and cheese lovers alike can enjoy specialty cheeses in a totally new way,” said Flynne Wiley, chief executive officer of Champignon North America. “With a change in diet trends, consumers are seeking out sources of high-quality protein and wholesome fat. These cheeses are elevating the barbecue experience.”
The brand is making its debut in two formats. The mild and creamy grilling cheese is designed to be heated directly on the grill, just like a burger. It develops a chargrilled, golden crispy outside and a warm and creamy soft inside. The marinated grilling cheese is a savory and creamy semi-soft cheese pre-marinated in herbs and oil and comes in a convenient aluminum pan for easy preparation and grilling. The cheese softens when warmed.
Ms. Wiley explained that in the past few years, halloumi cheese has really gained traction in the United Kingdom, where it’s available in many formats and flavors. The Rougette Bonfire Grilling Cheeses are not halloumi, which in the U.S. is registered as a protected product and must be made in Cyprus, Greece. The Rougette cheeses are made in Germany and are a little softer and less salty than halloumi.
Halloumi has been available in the U.S. for a long time; however, it never really caught on in the mainstream marketplace, according to Vas Pittas, c.e.o. of Agora Distributors, New York, who, along with his business partners, developed the Grillies product line for the U.S. market.
“Our Grillies Halloumi is all natural, made in Cyprus with no artificial flavors, additives or preservatives,” he said. “It contains high-quality protein from milk and is an excellent source of calcium and vitamin D.”
The original burger slice halloumi is simply made from pasteurized sheep’s and goat’s milk, salt, non-animal rennet and traces of mint. New for this year is a spicy version, which is made from a blend of cow’s, sheep’s and goat’s milk, along with chili spices.
“The newest additions to the Grillies product line are an American adaptation of traditional halloumi,” said Mr. Pittas. “They are made in California from 100% cow’s milk with no artificial additives or preservatives. Once grilled, the cheeses form a golden crust with a warm, gooey center. By comparison, our domestic cheeses are lower in salt and milder in flavor than halloumi.”
The cheeses come in original and spicy varieties, with the latter containing jalapeño peppers. The product has found great success this past year in meal kits and will now be available retail for the summer grilling season.
“Consumers are shifting away from grilling meat products,” said Mr. Pittas. “These cheeses are made with simple ingredients that consumers understand and deliver the high-quality protein consumers are looking for.”

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Ready to Eat Meals Market estimated to grow at a CAGR of 6% by Forecast to 2022 | Worldwide Leading Players Strategy and Business Opportunity

Website & Blog Wednesday – May 15, 2019 Ready to Eat Meals Market estimated to grow at a CAGR of 6% by Forecast to 2022 | Worldwide Leading Players Strategy and Business Opportunity Posted on May 15, 2019 Ready to Eat Meals Market Global Information by Product Type (Ready Meals & Mixes, Bakery, Noodles & Pasta), Cuisine (Indian, Italian and Chines), Specialty Type (Natural, Preservative Free), Form (Dried, Frozen), Packaging (Can, Box and Bag) and Region – Forecast to 2022
Ready to Eat Meals Market Research Report includes various topics like total Market Size, Key Market Drivers, Growth Opportunities, Challenges, Industry Share, Growth, Demand, Outlook etc. Furthermore, it covers key market updates, the impact of regulations and technological updates in. The report addresses the need to stay updated in this competitive market conditions and this provides and comprehensive data for making strategies and decision to stimulate the market growth and profitability.
Market Insight:
Ready to Eat Meals have emerged as the next big trend in the food and beverage sector. The market has developed rapidly due to the prevalence of a fast paced lifestyle, especially in urban areas. Market Research Future, which focusses on market reports associated to Food, Beverages & Nutrition sector among others, have lately made available a report on this industry. The sector is expected to grow at a CAGR rate of 6% approx. from the year 2016 to 2022.
Amplified development in terms of food preparation and processing have been a positive stimulant to the expansion of the market. Heightened preference of working professionals for easy to make meal options has fuelled the evolution of the market at a swift pace. Health based meals have also been of the quickly growing areas of the market as individuals are on the lookout for meals that are precooked.
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Top Key Players Review:
The important players profiled in the market for ready to eat meals are General Mills (U.S.), (British Virgin Islands), Bakkavor Group Ltd (U.K.), Premier Foods Group Ltd (U.K.), Nomad Foods Ltd and McCain Foods (Canada) to name a few.
With the entrance of new companies, existing companies are trying to achieve an extensive share of the industry share urgently with operative business plans that can fill the void and settle the dynamics of the rivalry in the market. The segment players are trying to attain a huge share in the market segment, which is quickly – evolving. Solid growth trends have also been perceived for the industry with the development of diverse assortments of products. The best growth opportunities for the long term in this sector can be captured by warranting ongoing process improvements and financial elasticity to capitalize on optimal strategies.
Latest Industry News:
Jan 2018 Plate Up which is a new ready to eat meal brand aims to service New Zealanders who want to consume healthy food but have time on hand to cook. The firm will contend in an already swarming convenience food industry with the brands like Woop, FoodBox and My Food Bag. There are five prepared meal services that can be home-delivered operating in the market, though they only deliver ingredients.
Jan 2018 The plant-based food business, Urban Remedy which concentrates on organic snacks, cold pressed juices and meals which are ready-to-eat meals, has sealed a main investment from 301 INC of $17m series B fundraising round. The company which acquired Urban Remedy is General Mills’ venture arm entity. Their kiosks are their rapidly developing operation.
Jan 2018 Anoki, Nottingham’s Indian restaurant has fashioned a range of ready to eat meals for consumers to eat at home or as per their convenience. They have debuted the new variety of pre-cooked meals after an enormously positive pilot scheme last year. The range comprises few of the restaurant’s best and popular dishes, with an assortment of seven main courses, starters, naan breads and rice. The meals are prepared fresh every day by the chefs.
Industry Segments:
The market for Ready to Eat Meals Market has been divided on product types into bakery, ready meals and mixes, non-alcoholic beverages, herbs and spices, soups, noodles and pasta among others. The packaging segment of the industry includes of box, can, vacuum pack sachet, bag and others. The cuisine type divides the market into Italian, Indian, Continental, Chinese and others. The specialty type segment of the market is categorized into preservative free, vegetarian, natural, non-vegetarian and others. The form segment divides the market into frozen, dried, cooked, instant, fresh and others.
Regional Analysis:
global Ready to Eat Meals is divided into Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW). Among the different regions, the North American region has the main market share trailed by Europe and Asia Pacific. Rising population and increase in disposable income in Asia Pacific region is boosting the demand for ready to eat meals in this particular region.
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Going glocal

Amrita Prasad
Marriott International Inc launched Marriott on Wheels, its first-ever mobile food truck in India. Starting from Mumbai and travelling across six destinations in India, the food truch is now serving delicious food in Pune till today
Cruising through the cities of Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Lucknow, Madurai and Kochi, Marriott on Wheels — Marriott International Inc’s first-ever mobile food truck in India — has covered a distance of 6,761 km in around 40 days, and is finally in Pune.
Today, the food truck will be stationed at Amanora Town Centre, Hadapsar, between 12 noon and 10 pm. If you are someone who loves to experiment with international flavours and yet appreciates local food, here’s your chance to treat your tastebuds. For the pilot project, Marriott’s select brands — Courtyard by Marriott, Fairfield by Marriott, Four Points by Sheraton and Aloft Hotels — have come together to promote its F&B segment.
Painted in a refreshing orange, the food truck looks appealing, hence attracts a large crowd wherever it is stationed. When we visited the truck, which was stationed at Rohan Mithila Cooperative Housing Society, Viman Nagar on Tuesday, we saw a huge crwod waiting anxiously to grab their meals and why not! Every item is sold at a pocket-friendly price of Rs 150 each (all inclusive). Some of the dishes available on their menu include Kosha Mangsho Kathi Roll (Bengali style spicy shredded mutton wrapped in paratha); Chicken Shawarma Kebab Wrap (Lebanese grilled strips of chicken marinated in Arabic spice, cinnamon and garlic aioli and wrapped in pita bread); Molten Cheese Nachos (heated tortilla chips covered with melted cheese, refried beans and caspsicum); Falafel Wrapped in Pita (deep-fried patty made from ground chickpeas, herbs, spices, and onions and wrapped in pita bread along with hummus and salad); Bombay Toasty Sandwich (popular Mumbai street style sandwich stuffed with mix vegetables, green chutney and chaat masala) etc. You can also sip on your favourite soft drinks sold at the food truck.
Feroz, head chef, Fairfield by Marriott, Pune Kharadi, along with a team of six chefs, has been ensuring that the food truck serves the most delicious dishes wherever it travels. “It is aimed at presenting food with a local touch that is appealing to all. Every item that we are serving has an interesting twist to it. The idea is to attract both the guests living at our property as well as people from the residential societies nearby, so that they are drawn towards the culture of food trucks,” says Feroz.
Despite the growing trend of food trucks, some people are wary, so he is ensuring that proper hygiene and cleanliness is maintained. “Marriott being a big brand, we make sure that the quality is not compromised at any cost. We are using bowls and plates that are made from sustainable material. Also, the ingredients used in the preparation are locally grown and sourced,” he adds.
Talking about the twists, Feroz says, “We are trying to bring closer local and international cuisines like we are serving Kohapuri Missal with a Buddha Bowl by adding sprouts in an interesting way. Similarly, Falafel Wrapped in Pita Bread has been given a Maharashtrian touch — we are serving it with Mirchicha Thecha. Chicken Sharwana Roll has both a Mediterranean taste and an Indian twist as we have added Ghati masala to it.”
He adds that the response has been great. “We are planning to come up with the next edition of Marriott on Wheels soon. In our pilot project, we learnt the pros and cons and how to make our services and food better in the future. We want to add new flavours and twists and make it more interesting for our patrons. You’ll soon be able to see multiple food trucks by Marriott on the roads of every city,” he says.
ST READER SERVICE Marriott on Wheels will be stationed at Amanora Town Centre, Hadapsar, today from 12 noon-10 pm Tags

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Juice Diet Delivery London Masticating Fusion

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Quote: : ↑ May 14th, 2019 7:36 pm Another vote for Penang solely for the food alone if nothing else. But you need to like the hawker type Asian fares first (a mixture of Malay, Singaporean, Indonesian, Indian). Little Indonesian influence in Malaysia cuisine (limited, AFAIK, to bokso and indonesian satays which are not that easy to find). So places here and there but it’s either indigenous Malay or else Chinese and Indian (and even Malay cuisine is heavily influenced by the latter two). The one you’re missing is Peranakan a.k.a. Nonya which is a blend of Chinese and Malay, of which Malacca and Penang are two epicenters. The other “native” cuisine that is sweeping (or has swept) the country is Thai, and there are actually Thai Malaysians in the northern reaches of Malaysia (north of Kota Bahru for one). If you are a brave person, try tom yum hot pot (no dilution with chicken broth allowed). That is only too easily be found throughout Malaysia.
I still remember the excellent banana leaf meal I had there… sit down, banana leaf on table, they start to come by and ladle different sauces and curry, rice, naan, no menu, no utensils. I had Indian food served on a banana leaf in Georgetown too. That, unfortunately, is getting rare though mamak eateries are still ubiquitous and still cheap. Quite an art to eating with your fingers as you’re only supposed to use only the tips of your fingers.
As most/many Malays and Indians (at least the muslim ones, not sure about Tamils) eat with their right hand, virtually all Malay and Indian eateries will have a sink or two in dining area for you to wash your hands before and/or after you eat. We found an Indian eatery (A/C’d) in K.L.’s Little India full of ethnic Indians and some Malays – all white collar workers – with most eating with their hands from plates. Default utensil if not is spoon and fork. Get ready for some adjustment if you’re not used to eating this way. Almost too cheap to shop through RFD

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‘Country captain’ chicken curry? The British legacy found in our food heritage

Have you heard of kedgeree? How about country captain chicken curry?
These are Anglo-Indian dishes that have fallen into relative obscurity in Singapore today, but are rich in tradition. The history of British presence in our region is well known, but perhaps what is less remembered is that they had an influence on our cuisine, too.
Advertisement 04:52 Up Next: Watch now Have you heard of the kedgeree, mulligatawny and country captain chicken curry? They’re Anglo-Indian dishes that have fallen into relative obscurity in Singapore. But recently, heritage cuisine expert Chef Damian D’Silva took Maggie Joan’s chef Seumas Smith and visit chef Zach Elliott-Crenn of London’s Portland restaurant on a trip to the market – and whipped up these dishes (with some history lessons on the side). We discovered this, along with Chef Zach Elliott-Crenn of London’s Michelin-starred Portland restaurant, when he was in town last week to do a four-hands collaboration with Chef Seumas Smith of modern European restaurant Maggie Joan’s.
The event was focused on the best of British produce brought over from the UK. But during his time here, Elliott-Crenn and Smith got an insight into how British flavours evolved into unique Anglo-Indian dishes – served up by heritage food guru Chef Damian D’Silva. CNA Lifestyle had the pleasure of going along for the ride.
An early-morning wet market sojourn acquainted us with the intricacies of Indian spices such as turmeric and fennel, as D’Silva took us to his favourite spice shop at a market in New Upper Changi Road.
He then took us back to his house, where tantalising smells of expert cooking began to emanate from the kitchen. “I enjoy cooking for my friends,” said D’Silva, explaining that the dishes he was about to serve us originally evolved from the interaction of British wives with their south Indian domestic helpers.
Kedgeree (Photo: Joyee Koo) First up was the kedgeree, a dish of rice cooked with smoked haddock and garnished with boiled eggs. Typically a breakfast dish, D’Silva explained that the rice comes alive after you squeeze a lemon over it. “I’ve never tasted anything like this before,” said Elliott-Crenn, tucking in with relish.
Chefs Zach Elliott-Crenn, Seumas Smith and Damian D’Silva. (Photo: Joyee Koo) The mulligatawny, a soup with shredded chicken, was Smith’s favourite, he said, indicating that he wouldn’t mind a second helping at all.
Country captain chicken curry (Photo: Joyee Koo) And country captain chicken curry, D’Silva explained, is a dish named after the captains of the ships, known as country ships, that used to sail the straits.
“I knew of these dishes but I didn’t know of their heritage,” said Smith, adding that he was inspired to try putting his own spin on the dishes. “I’d do a take on the kedgeree. It’d be interesting. I’d do a more western version of it, perhaps by doing a risotto. I might try different versions of the eggs.”
As for Elliott-Crenn, he’s inspired to try making a fennel ice cream in “maybe a chocolate dessert”. “The freshness of the fennel seeds in Indian cooking is just wonderful,” he said.
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