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dessert

Banana Bread, from waste to taste

The good thing about this recipe is it calls for over ripened banana, you know the ones you'd usually toss out because they're all brown and spot covered. Utilizing this recipe, you'll have a nice tasty bread that you can eat in the morning when you have little time to cook, plus you'll no longer have to toss away more food which in turn makes you feel horrible every time you see one of those feed a starving child in a third world comercial. More …

The girls in the kitchen

In an Xl-sized kitchen of much clatter and laughter, two striking women stand out. I meet Constanze Fürst and Franziska Maderecker during my fascinating week inside the kitchen of a roaringly popular restaurant in Hamburg. Striking not just for their beauty, but also for the fact that they are the only two women in a kitchen staff of 15. This, I am told without any discomfiture, is the industry average, possibly even better than the average. It always is an unreasonably unbalanced ratio between women and men.  More …

A recipe for Indian kheer (rice pudding)

Kheer is one of the most favourite desserts in India, made on nearly every occasion, half-occasion or non-occasion. Much of this popularity is owed to its simplicity: it's easy to make, you need a short list of ingredients and barely an hour of patience. It is also the most pan-Indian of desserts; kheer is loved in north India, especially Punjab, almost a ritual in east India particularly Bengal, and savoured just as much in the south of India. It is called payesh in Bengal (in the east of India), and payasam in Tamil Nadu (in the south of the country). More …