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Cookbooks As Archives of Taste, Feelings, Flavours, And Politics 

Cookbooks As Archives of Taste, Feelings, Flavours, And Politics 

In a country where massive poverty is juxtaposed with plenty, cookbooks only cater to the haves. The have-nots, on the other hand, are caught in the endless cycle of subsistence crises — hunger, and malnutrition 

27 April 2022
The Big Picture: Food In Cinemascope

The Big Picture: Food In Cinemascope

Aradhana Seth has utilised Indian kitchens, and all objects and rituals associated with them, as a means of shaping a particular kind of onscreen imagery

29 April 2022

5 Pizza Recipes From Rome-Based Culinary Expert Katie Parla

Rome-based culinary historian, New York Times-bestselling cookbook author, and Emmy-nominated television host Katie Parla shares a few recipes for making the...

HOW TO COOK LIKE AN ECONOMIST

HOW TO COOK LIKE AN ECONOMIST

“A meal is a piece of economics because it is an exercise in balancing many constraints”, says Nobel laureate Abhijit Banerjee in conversation with Outlook...

03 December 2021

How To Cook Like An Economist! Interview With Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee

Nobel laureate Abhijit Banerjee in conversation with Outlook about his book ‘Cooking to Save Your Life’.

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10 April 2021
Sense and Sensibility over Superfoods

Sense and Sensibility over Superfoods

Eating mindfully and adopting the food habits of our ancestors leads to a better relationship with healthy eating, says Nandita Iyer in her new book


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