Bringing the heart of Japanese cuisine within the capital, American celebrity Chef, David Myers launches ADRIFT Kaya New Delhi, a modern Japanese Izakaya. Brought to you by JW Marriott New Delhi, the restaurant is an exquisite interpretation of the chef’s travelogue to Tokyo and a love letter to the buzzing restaurant and bar culture found within the city's mesmerizing lane-ways.
Covid-19 collapse, which has been followed by social distancing and the countrywide lockdown has presented India's entrepreneurial ecosystem with unprecedented obstacles, especially for food startups. The pandemic forced food startups to re-evaluate their management and operation of their businesses, including revisiting their business plans. Especially with restaurants being shut down, takeout was the only option.
Traditional foods and meals created from fresh and minimally processed components are gradually being replaced by ultra-processed foods (UPFs), ready-to-eat or heat industrial formulations. They are prepared with substances taken from foods or synthesised in laboratories, recent research has revealed.
According to a recent Cornell University-led study, changing the wording concerning expiration dates on perishable food items--which is now uncontrolled and widely variable--could help minimize food waste. In contrast to "best if used by," some language, such as "best by," has the potential to reduce food waste.
A big news related to the Indian team that reached Australia to play the T20 World Cup is coming out. Team India is given bad food during the practice session in Sydney. Players have complained about this. Let us tell you that after defeating Pakistan, Team India will play its next match against Netherlands.
Just when you thought you were all set for the night with the five alarms and clothes ironed, there is an urge to raid the fridge! Late-night snacking is often discouraged by fitness experts. However, here are 10 healthy snacking recipes for those who can't get the better of these late-night cravings.
Research done by scientists at the University of Michigan in the US on 5850 food items has revealed that junk food is slowly eating people's lives and reducing their lives. It has been revealed in the study that if a healthy person is fond of eating junk food, then eating a burger reduces their life by 9 minutes. If a person eats 160 burgers in his lifetime, then his lifetime will be reduced by 1 day.