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Goa Curry Mussels Hot Pot Recipe

Steamy, spicy South Indian mussels with coconut
Dec 3, 2014 1:00 pm

Chefs Ron Oliver and Bernard Guillas of the renowned Marine Room in La Jolla, CA have released the follow-up to their popular self-published cookbook, Two Chefs, One World. Their new book, Two Chefs, One Catch, focuses exclusively on the bounty of the sea, and how to prepare it masterfully for every fish lover you know. Pick up a bag of the freshest mussels you can find — it's curry time. 

Nira Kehar's Cuisine Channels Art, Hold The Boundaries Please

Montreal-born Delhi chef on (lamb) brains, beauty
Oct 30, 2014 9:00 am

Nira Kehar, the Montreal-born chef/owner of award-winning New Delhi restaurant Chez Nini, is one of a kind. Seriously, there are no other young female Indian-Canadian classically trained chefs launching their own genre-defying, Montreal-inspired (read: largely meat-based) culinary experiences in Delhi right now. We sat down to talk about her "artistic narrative" book, Delhi's stret kids and what the monsoon tastes like. Don't worry, it's actually delicious. 

Goa Is For Pork Lovers: India's Beachy, Portuguese-Influenced State Is Big On Pig

Coastal location offers exceptional seafood, too
Jun 23, 2014 8:00 am

Like many touristy destinations, it's remarkably easy to spend a week or two in the beachy paradise of Goa, India, and never sink your teeth into the region's native cuisine. That's a shame, because this is not your typical Indian food. Leave your preconceived notions of curry at the door.

15 Recipes For The Indian Food Fan

Ideas for dinner from the great Indian subcontinent
Apr 23, 2014 3:00 pm

We've got the perfect dinner idea for you whether you fall into the veg or non-veg category, North or South, mild or spicy and hey, even if you just want to make some naan to liven up your sandwich game, you're covered. In honor of #IndiaDay, 15 of our favorite curries, stews, snacks and sides from the great Subcontinent. 

Heads Up NYC: Asha Gomez Is Coming To Town To Cook The Flavors Of Kerala. Yes!

Atlanta-based chef is heading to City Grit
Apr 23, 2014 2:00 pm

Asha Gomez had her "South India meets Southern America fried chicken" long before she was named a James Beard Award Semifinalist and editors from Bon AppetitFood & WineCountry Living and Garden & Gun started calling up her Atlanta restaurant Cardamom Hill. Oh man is it good. And now she's hitting New York City.

New York's First Native American Restaurant Was Run By An Indian-American Chef

Talk about complicated
Apr 23, 2014 1:30 pm

Rahul Akerkar, chef/owner of Bombay's world-ranked Indigo restaurant worked a number of jobs in NYC kitchens while working through a Master's in biomedical engineering from Columbia University. This, of course, was before he ran a restaurant empire. When I asked for a gritty story from a NYC kitchen, circa 1980, he granted me two. You read that headline right.

10 Places To Eat Pani Puri In America. And You Can Hold The Cholera!

Just get it to your mouth before it disintegrates!
Apr 23, 2014 12:00 pm

Pani puri is a fried crisp with a hole punched in the top, stuffed with onion, whole chickpeas, potato, tamarind chutney and some chili-fueled spice mix, dunked in a spiced water and ferried to the mouth immediately. It's some of the most addictive street food around. Want to try? Head to one of these 10 places around the United States.

Indian Entrepreneur Chooses Chocolate-Making Over Dentistry. We Support This.

New Delhi's artisan truffles are infused with spice
Apr 23, 2014 11:00 am

Pragati Sawhney founded Chockriti in New Delhi after taking a chocolate-making class in 2011...after completing a Bachelor’s degree in Dentistry and a Master's in Public Health. After finishing her studies, Sawhney realized that her passion for chocolate was greater than the desire to become a dentist, and the resulting treats are incredible. Mango chaat truffles and more after the jump.

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