Trends 2022: Cocktails without the buzz

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November, 20th

Each year, Whole Foods compiles a list of well-researched food trends that they predict for the coming year. We take a look at each through of Foodismic microscope in the Indian context.

Foodism Team

5 minutes read

Trend: Herbal teas

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November, 20th

We love these fruity, floral concoctions that whirl and swirl in a hot cup of water releasing aromas that are better than any spa in the world. From earthy undertones to floral hues and spicy kicks, herbal teas are the flavour of 2022.

Foodism Team

6 minutes read

Trends 2022: Meat Makeover

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November, 18th

Each year, Whole Foods compiles a list of well-researched food trends that they predict for the coming year. We take a look at each through of Foodismic microscope in the Indian context.

Foodism Team

6 minutes read

Trends 2022: Yuzu

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November, 17th

Each year, Whole Foods compiles a list of well-researched food trends that they predict for the coming year. We take a look at each through of Foodismic microscope in the Indian context.

Foodism Team

5 minutes read

Teas as gifts, yes please!

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November, 16th

What a time to be alive! From blue pea tea to delicate chamomiles and fruity peaches – teas have taken over the gifting space and how! Read up!

Foodism Team

6 minutes read

North-east Indian Dishes you have to try!

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November, 16th

If you are a foodie and always look forward to savouring unique flavours, then this article is certainly for you. Following are the topmost dishes in Northeast India every traveller must try.

Foodism Team

8 minutes read

GUIDE TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF ASIAN CUISINE

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November, 15th

So, you’re in the mood for something a little exotic, maybe something a little foreign, and you decide to head for something Asian. A reasonable choice for a meal, as Asian cuisine can be exciting and delicious. But, how do you make sure that you’re not being an ignoramus, simply because the meal you’re eating requires chopsticks? Not all Asian foods are made equal, and you can’t simply lump 48 countries under one ‘Asian’ category. Just to clarify, Pan Asian is a term that refers the entirety of Asia, so Pan Asian food would come from many parts of Asia, not just one country. Use this handy guide to different types of Asian cuisine to make sure you know your bibimbap from your bao. And no, they’re not from the same place.

Foodism Team

10 minutes read

How to Create a Safe Workplace!

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November, 3rd

In 2021, healthy work culture has become one of the biggest challenges that many organisations face. The bigger the organisation, the less attractive is their work culture. The Job drop-out rate is also at an all-time high due to this problem. But this does not mean that it is impossible to create a safe working space. You just have to work for it!

Foodism Team

6 minutes read

Profiling Atul Kochhar

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November, 3rd

Atul kochhar is a culinary prodigy and an Indian-born, British-based chef. He was one of the first Indians to receive a Michelin star for his culinary artistry. From being born in the small town of Jamshedpur to being a world-renowned chef, let us take a look at his journey!

Foodism Team

5 minutes read

Chef Sneha Saikia Preserving Assamese Cuisine

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November, 3rd

India’s culinary heritage is one of the vastest in the world. Preserving this culture is the duty of our Indian chefs. And while many ventures for foreign cuisines, upcoming home chefs have chosen to explore inside the territory.

Foodism Team

5 minutes read