The Scholar of Indian Cuisine More of Us Should Know

The Scholar of Indian Cuisine More of Us Should Know

The Scholar of Indian Cuisine More of Us Should Know Colleen Taylor Sen met her husband Ashish at a college dance. It was the early 1960s, when she still went by Colleen Taylor. She was born and raised in Toronto, the child of two white parents with ancestral roots in...
Good, food, and good food

Good, food, and good food

Good, food, and good food Darkness conquers light. Good overcomes evil. And somewhere in between these important battles, sweets and savouries emerge the ultimate winner. The darkest night at the end of a month — and millions of lamps and candles at their brightest...
Tracing India’s Food Journey – From the Vedas

Tracing India’s Food Journey – From the Vedas

Tracing India’s Food Journey – From the Vedas While some people dispute that there was ever a wave of migration of Indo-Aryans, the second millennium BCE did see the appearance of a new people, who introduced new flavors into the cuisine. Theirs was a...
Tracing India’s Food Journey – Of Sugar & Spice

Tracing India’s Food Journey – Of Sugar & Spice

Tracing India’s Food Journey – Of Sugar & Spice The quintessential feature of Indian food is, of course, the extensive use of spices.  The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has registered 109 spices, of which 52 are supervised by the...