Food & Drink

Poached pear and an Italian song

By Gauri Gharpure | 27/12/2012
If food were a song, Cantare could run for the Grammy. Cantare, which means “to sing” in Italian, gets high marks for

Mums the word

By Anzil Fernandes | 20/12/2012
It’s a fair question to ask any “fine dine” restaurant in Goa, capsule given the plethora of establishments claiming

A Culinary Escape

By Sid Pereira | 20/12/2012
“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” ? Mae West  It’s not easy to define Art Escape, excep

Mulled wine recipe by Chef Nicole Illa, Grand Hyatt Goa

By Chef Nicole Illa | 13/12/2012
Recipe Red Wine                   1 litre Cardamom green    8 pieces Clove             

Pan Global: New kid on Calangute block By Ashley do Rosario | 13/12/2012

Randomly try to fling a beer bottle in Calangute. Chances are it will either hit a bar and restaurant, sales a boutique

A Chef on Song By Sid Pereira |

Wikipedia describes ‘Cavatina’ as a “short song of simple character … a simple melodious air”.  A bright, hap

Sea Food by a Sea God By Anzil Fernandes | 06/12/2012

On Saturday I had lunch in the company of waves. Any story about ‘Zeebop by the Sea, ailment ’ one of Goa’s more u

A big chef called little Vasco By Gauri Gharpure |

If the way to a man’s heart is food, then chef Vasquito Alvares must have a very big heart in that colossal frame of h

Down the Road and beer by the river By Gauri Gharpure |

A quick drink or a bite in Panjim for me often means walking up the stairs to the Down The Road pub and bistro. Sipping

L’amour Gastronomique By Sid Pereira | 29/11/2012

“I like a cook who smiles out loud when he tastes his own work.  Let God worry about your modesty; I want to see your
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