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ChefSpeak: Yotam Ottolenghi

ChefSpeak: Yotam Ottolenghi

Called the philosopher chef by The New Yorker, Yotam Ottolenghi needs little or no introduction. His recipes are clean, crisp and simple to put together. Just a read through of his books would make anyones mouth water and even the laziest cook would jump up and head straight to the kitchen. Inspiring, truly! He has … Continue reading

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My Interview With Chef Raghavan Iyer In WSJ

From Family Recipes to U.S. Culinary Elite By Visi Tilak Photo Credit: Tate Carlson, Pictured: Mr. Iyer.  When Raghavan Iyer left Mumbai for the U.S. in 1982 to study engineering and management, it’s a fair bet that he did not expect to become a cookery guru. What started with quick letters home to get recipes, became a passion … Continue reading

Anthony Bourdain On Being Vegetarian!

Anthony Bourdain On Being Vegetarian!

I had the pleasure of talking to one of the most well travelled culinary stars in the world – Anthony Bourdain. He told me one thing that sticks out in my head, each time I think of him. “If there is one place in the world where I could go vegetarian, it is in India,” … Continue reading