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The Different Types of Indian Curry

The large Indian sub-continent is inundated with different types of Indian foods, especially curries. Europeans, confronted with the diversity, just used the word “curry” for a wide variety of dishes. Indians are very scurrilous...

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The Bittersweet Story of Molasses

ts thick consistency resembles that of honey. Hence, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, its name – molasses – is derived from the Portuguese word melaço, which originates from Latin mel – meaning honey. Owing to its...

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Catnip For Humans?

Its name might make us assume that it works only on cats, but some believe catnip has an effect on humans too. Catnip belongs to the mint family, Lamiaceae, a plant species known for...

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On Gluttony

Dante, in his poem The Divine Comedy writes of a hell where the three-headed hound Cerberus guards the gluttons as they are condemned to “lie in the mire”. In Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra, Cleopatra...

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To Smell or Not To Smell…

(By مانفی – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=43555274) Does it worry you that the dinner you’re carrying on the train will bother commuters with its smell? Just for the holiday season, KFC Japan...

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What food trends to watch in 2018?

What food trends are in store for 2018? BBC Good Food predicts that Hawaiian food, particularly Poke, will gain even more popularity. Healthy eating is also very much on the menu, with gut-friendly food...