Chinese cuisine

Irish note from Prime Minister Scott Morrison to Tooheys Brewery

Scott Morrison hinted at an embarrassing stereotype during an advertisement at a New South Wales brewery, remarking that “of course” an Irishman would brew beer. Photo: NCA NewsWire / Damian Shaw Scott Morrison made an embarrassing remark during an advertisement at an NSW brewery. During a visit to the Tooheys …

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The technology behind kitchen automation startup Mukunda Foods

Bengaluru-based Mukunda Foods was founded in 2013 by students Sudeep Sabat and Eshwar K Vikas as a Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) in the same year to sell South Indian food. While the business initially did well, challenges arose as the founders tried to expand the business and open more outlets. …

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The best cookbooks of 2021

Each fall and spring, a new collection of beautiful cookbooks appear, showcasing cuisines, ingredients, and techniques from around the world that can elevate anyone’s cooking skills. This year, why not keep it simple and do all your holiday shopping with just one gift? With so much diversity in the cookbook …

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30 Easy Ideas for Shrimp – 24/7 Wall St.

Special report October 31, 2021 12:00 p.m. Shrimp is the most popular seafood in America. According to the National Fisheries Institute, we consumed 4.7 pounds of the small crustacean per capita in 2019 – the latest year for which data is available – easily surpassing our No.2 favorite, salmon, at …

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A little-known pioneer of Indian cuisine

At the age of five, Julie Sahni began attending a school run by Arya Samaj, a Hindu reform movement, in the city of Kanpur, in northern India. Classes there trained her to be a perfect housewife. Born in 1945 under the name of Deepalakshmi Ranganathan Iyer, she learned to knit, …

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