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Recipe Of The Week | Cinnamon Roll Pancakes • Forgive us father for we have cinnamon'd Our kitchens are alive and kicking with the aromas of these beatific Cinnamon Roll Pancakes and we can confidently say that never have we ever felt more optimistic about THE most monotonous day of the week. Ingredients:- - All-purpose Flour, 2 cups - Baking Powder, 3 tsp - Sea Salt, 1/2 tsp - Almond Milk, 2 cups - Maple Syrup, 4 tbsp - Unsalted Butter, 6 tbsp - Light Brown Sugar, 5 tbsp - Cinnamon, 2 tsp, ground - Vegetable Oil, for greasing - Confectioner's Sugar, 2 cups - Water, 1/4 cup #CinnamonRoll #Pancakes #UnitedTastesOfAmerica #Breakfast #BreakfastRecipes #BreakfastIdeas #BreakfastTime #BreakfastLover #Food #Foodstagram #Foodies #FoodLover #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheDay #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Recipe Of The Week | Cinnamon Roll Pancakes • Forgive us father for we have cinnamon'd Our kitchens are alive and kicking with the aromas of these beatific Cinnamon Roll Pancakes and we can confidently say that never have we ever felt more optimistic about THE most monotonous day of the week. Ingredients:- - All-purpose Flour, 2 cups - Baking Powder, 3 tsp - Sea Salt, 1/2 tsp - Almond Milk, 2 cups - Maple Syrup, 4 tbsp - Unsalted Butter, 6 tbsp - Light Brown Sugar, 5 tbsp - Cinnamon, 2 tsp, ground - Vegetable Oil, for greasing - Confectioner's Sugar, 2 cups - Water, 1/4 cup #CinnamonRoll #Pancakes #UnitedTastesOfAmerica #Breakfast #BreakfastRecipes #BreakfastIdeas #BreakfastTime #BreakfastLover #Food #Foodstagram #Foodies #FoodLover #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheDay #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Recipe Of The Week | Cinnamon Roll Pancakes • Forgive us father for we have cinnamon'd Our kitchens are alive and kicking with the aromas of these beatific Cinnamon Roll Pancakes and we can confidently say that never have we ever felt more optimistic about THE most monotonous day of the week. Ingredients:- - All-purpose Flour, 2 cups - Baking Powder, 3 tsp - Sea Salt, 1/2 tsp - Almond Milk, 2 cups - Maple Syrup, 4 tbsp - Unsalted Butter, 6 tbsp - Light Brown Sugar, 5 tbsp - Cinnamon, 2 tsp, ground - Vegetable Oil, for greasing - Confectioner's Sugar, 2 cups - Water, 1/4 cup #CinnamonRoll #Pancakes #UnitedTastesOfAmerica #Breakfast #BreakfastRecipes #BreakfastIdeas #BreakfastTime #BreakfastLover #Food #Foodstagram #Foodies #FoodLover #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheDay #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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Jingle bells are ringing and so are them wedding bells! Good cheer's in the air and so is love. Lists for Santa Claus are being detailed, and so are vows. 'Tis that time of the year when all things holly, jolly, and matrimony come to town! If you've already received an influx of Save The Date invites and can't figure out what to gift the happy couples, behold our all-weather gift hampers that feature only the most delightful gourmet treats for special, milestone celebrations, all neatly and elegantly #WrappedInABlueRibbon. Take your pick from: 🎁 The Truffle Extravaganza (jam-packed with luxurious truffle treats, including cheeses, butters, nuts, and chips) 🎁 Medley (chock full of goodness in the form of only the most premium chocolates, cookies, cheese dips, and honeys) 🎁 The House of Tea — Celebration Box (a celebration of the most exquisite blends from our in-house tea brand) All of these, and plenty more, available at your nearest Foodhall and online, on www.foodhallonline.com. #Gifting #GiftingIdeas #GiftingSolutions #LuxuryGifting #GiftingSeason #GiftHampers #OnlineGifting #FestiveGifting #HolidayGifiting #Wedding #WeddingGifts #WeddingGiftIdeas

Jingle bells are ringing and so are them wedding bells! Good cheer's in the air and so is love. Lists for Santa Claus are being detailed, and so are vows. 'Tis that time of the year when all things holly, jolly, and matrimony come to town! If you've already received an influx of Save The Date invites and can't figure out what to gift the happy couples, behold our all-weather gift hampers that feature only the most delightful gourmet treats for special, milestone celebrations, all neatly and elegantly #WrappedInABlueRibbon. Take your pick from: 🎁 The Truffle Extravaganza (jam-packed with luxurious truffle treats, including cheeses, butters, nuts, and chips) 🎁 Medley (chock full of goodness in the form of only the most premium chocolates, cookies, cheese dips, and honeys) 🎁 The House of Tea — Celebration Box (a celebration of the most exquisite blends from our in-house tea brand) All of these, and plenty more, available at your nearest Foodhall and online, on www.foodhallonline.com. #Gifting #GiftingIdeas #GiftingSolutions #LuxuryGifting #GiftingSeason #GiftHampers #OnlineGifting #FestiveGifting #HolidayGifiting #Wedding #WeddingGifts #WeddingGiftIdeas

Jingle bells are ringing and so are them wedding bells! Good cheer's in the air and so is love. Lists for Santa Claus are being detailed, and so are vows. 'Tis that time of the year when all things holly, jolly, and matrimony come to town! If you've already received an influx of Save The Date invites and can't figure out what to gift the happy couples, behold our all-weather gift hampers that feature only the most delightful gourmet treats for special, milestone celebrations, all neatly and elegantly #WrappedInABlueRibbon. Take your pick from: 🎁 The Truffle Extravaganza (jam-packed with luxurious truffle treats, including cheeses, butters, nuts, and chips) 🎁 Medley (chock full of goodness in the form of only the most premium chocolates, cookies, cheese dips, and honeys) 🎁 The House of Tea — Celebration Box (a celebration of the most exquisite blends from our in-house tea brand) All of these, and plenty more, available at your nearest Foodhall and online, on www.foodhallonline.com. #Gifting #GiftingIdeas #GiftingSolutions #LuxuryGifting #GiftingSeason #GiftHampers #OnlineGifting #FestiveGifting #HolidayGifiting #Wedding #WeddingGifts #WeddingGiftIdeas

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In 'Murica, whether it's in a household pantry, the average Joe's diner, streetside food trucks, or the swankier fine dining restaurants, there's one item that's conspicuous in its presence: the condiment. No establishment and no dish is too proud to be enjoyed without some kind of condiment, either on the side, squeezed all over, or entirely smothered. Favourites, in no particular order, include:- Ketchup: More of a main, less of a condiment, ketchup's always keeping fries, onion rings, burgers, and hot dogs firm company. Mayonnaise: This creamy, eggy condiment is, would you believe it, the most commonly used condiment in the States. Best enjoyed in sandwiches, salads, and slaws...and even slathered on corn! Salsa: Whether it's chunky or pureed, sweet or savoury, salsa's the dip of choice with nachos, chips, and crackers any time of day the munchies strike. Mustard: Ketchup and mustard go together like peas in a pod, so if there's ketchup, you can be certain that mustard will be quick to follow. Goes best with franks, burgers, and barbecued meats. Hot Sauce: Chicken wings? Ribs? Chili? Cheese fondue? Popcorn? A Mexican hot chocolate? Nothing a little—make that a lot—of hot sauce won't make exponentially tastier, be it Tabasco or Sriracha. All of these, and many more, in a variety of flavours, are waiting for you at your neighbourhood Foodhall. So, drop in to stock up! #UnitedTastesOfAmerica #Condiments #Ketchup #Mayonnaise #Salsa #Mustard #HotSauce #Dips #Food #Foodstagram #Foodies #FoodLover #FoodFood #EatingForTheInsta

In 'Murica, whether it's in a household pantry, the average Joe's diner, streetside food trucks, or the swankier fine dining restaurants, there's one item that's conspicuous in its presence: the condiment. No establishment and no dish is too proud to be enjoyed without some kind of condiment, either on the side, squeezed all over, or entirely smothered. Favourites, in no particular order, include:- Ketchup: More of a main, less of a condiment, ketchup's always keeping fries, onion rings, burgers, and hot dogs firm company. Mayonnaise: This creamy, eggy condiment is, would you believe it, the most commonly used condiment in the States. Best enjoyed in sandwiches, salads, and slaws...and even slathered on corn! Salsa: Whether it's chunky or pureed, sweet or savoury, salsa's the dip of choice with nachos, chips, and crackers any time of day the munchies strike. Mustard: Ketchup and mustard go together like peas in a pod, so if there's ketchup, you can be certain that mustard will be quick to follow. Goes best with franks, burgers, and barbecued meats. Hot Sauce: Chicken wings? Ribs? Chili? Cheese fondue? Popcorn? A Mexican hot chocolate? Nothing a little—make that a lot—of hot sauce won't make exponentially tastier, be it Tabasco or Sriracha. All of these, and many more, in a variety of flavours, are waiting for you at your neighbourhood Foodhall. So, drop in to stock up! #UnitedTastesOfAmerica #Condiments #Ketchup #Mayonnaise #Salsa #Mustard #HotSauce #Dips #Food #Foodstagram #Foodies #FoodLover #FoodFood #EatingForTheInsta

In 'Murica, whether it's in a household pantry, the average Joe's diner, streetside food trucks, or the swankier fine dining restaurants, there's one item that's conspicuous in its presence: the condiment. No establishment and no dish is too proud to be enjoyed without some kind of condiment, either on the side, squeezed all over, or entirely smothered. Favourites, in no particular order, include:- Ketchup: More of a main, less of a condiment, ketchup's always keeping fries, onion rings, burgers, and hot dogs firm company. Mayonnaise: This creamy, eggy condiment is, would you believe it, the most commonly used condiment in the States. Best enjoyed in sandwiches, salads, and slaws...and even slathered on corn! Salsa: Whether it's chunky or pureed, sweet or savoury, salsa's the dip of choice with nachos, chips, and crackers any time of day the munchies strike. Mustard: Ketchup and mustard go together like peas in a pod, so if there's ketchup, you can be certain that mustard will be quick to follow. Goes best with franks, burgers, and barbecued meats. Hot Sauce: Chicken wings? Ribs? Chili? Cheese fondue? Popcorn? A Mexican hot chocolate? Nothing a little—make that a lot—of hot sauce won't make exponentially tastier, be it Tabasco or Sriracha. All of these, and many more, in a variety of flavours, are waiting for you at your neighbourhood Foodhall. So, drop in to stock up! #UnitedTastesOfAmerica #Condiments #Ketchup #Mayonnaise #Salsa #Mustard #HotSauce #Dips #Food #Foodstagram #Foodies #FoodLover #FoodFood #EatingForTheInsta

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As if it wasn't enough that the holiday season's steamrolled into our lives and quashed our diet plans, now we have our Barbecue Box to contend with. Crammed with all manner juicy meats from @sweetstuffgourmetfoods, along with all necessary fixins (read: buns and condiments), this customisable hamper, curated for our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food festival, is perfect for a party...of one! Teehee. 🌚 Available across all our stores in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru. Lord, give us restraint (but not too much).

As if it wasn't enough that the holiday season's steamrolled into our lives and quashed our diet plans, now we have our Barbecue Box to contend with. Crammed with all manner juicy meats from @sweetstuffgourmetfoods, along with all necessary fixins (read: buns and condiments), this customisable hamper, curated for our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food festival, is perfect for a party...of one! Teehee. 🌚 Available across all our stores in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru. Lord, give us restraint (but not too much).

As if it wasn't enough that the holiday season's steamrolled into our lives and quashed our diet plans, now we have our Barbecue Box to contend with. Crammed with all manner juicy meats from @sweetstuffgourmetfoods, along with all necessary fixins (read: buns and condiments), this customisable hamper, curated for our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food festival, is perfect for a party...of one! Teehee. 🌚 Available across all our stores in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru. Lord, give us restraint (but not too much).

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One Pecante Two Pecante Three Pecante MORE! This sour, smoky Pecante cocktail from the master mixologists at Perch Wine & Coffee Bar has us absolutely buzzing tonight! Ingredients:- - Tequila, 50ml - Agave Syrup, 15ml - Lime Juice, 20ml - Jalapeño Slices, 5-6 Just shake it up, stir it out, (decorate with a toothpick-pierced olive and celery salt rim)...AND THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT! #HappyHour #Drinks #Cocktails #CocktailHour #CocktailOfTheDay #CocktailTime #Cocktailgram #CocktailsOfInstagram #DrinkResponsibly

One Pecante Two Pecante Three Pecante MORE! This sour, smoky Pecante cocktail from the master mixologists at Perch Wine & Coffee Bar has us absolutely buzzing tonight! Ingredients:- - Tequila, 50ml - Agave Syrup, 15ml - Lime Juice, 20ml - Jalapeño Slices, 5-6 Just shake it up, stir it out, (decorate with a toothpick-pierced olive and celery salt rim)...AND THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT! #HappyHour #Drinks #Cocktails #CocktailHour #CocktailOfTheDay #CocktailTime #Cocktailgram #CocktailsOfInstagram #DrinkResponsibly

One Pecante Two Pecante Three Pecante MORE! This sour, smoky Pecante cocktail from the master mixologists at Perch Wine & Coffee Bar has us absolutely buzzing tonight! Ingredients:- - Tequila, 50ml - Agave Syrup, 15ml - Lime Juice, 20ml - Jalapeño Slices, 5-6 Just shake it up, stir it out, (decorate with a toothpick-pierced olive and celery salt rim)...AND THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT! #HappyHour #Drinks #Cocktails #CocktailHour #CocktailOfTheDay #CocktailTime #Cocktailgram #CocktailsOfInstagram #DrinkResponsibly

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A very good afternoon to this Coffee Toffee Tart from @ambrosiadelhi, and this Coffee Toffee Tart that has our whole heart ONLY. Layered lovingly with a chocolate sable, followed by salted caramel, and topped with coffee ganache, it's just the kind of breakfast inspo we were on the lookout for. Ingredients:- For the Chocolate Sable: - Flour, 87.5g - Cocoa Powder, 19g - Icing Sugar, 35g - Butter, 60g - Whole Eggs, 15g - Salt, a pinch For the Salted Caramel: - Granulated Sugar, 125g - Cream, 40g - Vanilla Essence, 1 tsp - Butter, 40g - Rock Salt, 5g For the Coffee Ganache: - Chocolate 60%, 100g - Cream, 100g - Coffee, 7g - Butter, 20g Method:- For the Chocolate Sable: • Cream the butter and sugar. • Add in the eggs and vanilla essence and follow it up with the flour, salt, and cocoa powder. Do not overmix the dough. • Chill the dough for 15-20 minutes. • Line the tart ring and bake at 180°C for 12 minutes. For the Salted Caramel: • Cook the sugar on low-medium heat until golden in colour. • Remove from heat and deglaze with cream. • Add the butter, vanilla essence, and rock salt. For the Coffee Ganache: • Bring the cream and coffee to a simmer. • Remove from heat and add in the chocolate. • Add the butter and mix well. Whet your appetite much? Well, you're in luck because the mother-daughter duo behind Ambrosia is popping up at Foodhall@TwoHorizon, Gurugram today through Sunday and serving up only the sweetest indulgences. Cancel or reshuffle your weekend plans because you don't want to miss out! #Dessert #DessertForBreakfast #SweetIndulgence #Tart #SweetTooth #SweetTreats #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood #ThingsToDoInDelhi

A very good afternoon to this Coffee Toffee Tart from @ambrosiadelhi, and this Coffee Toffee Tart that has our whole heart ONLY. Layered lovingly with a chocolate sable, followed by salted caramel, and topped with coffee ganache, it's just the kind of breakfast inspo we were on the lookout for. Ingredients:- For the Chocolate Sable: - Flour, 87.5g - Cocoa Powder, 19g - Icing Sugar, 35g - Butter, 60g - Whole Eggs, 15g - Salt, a pinch For the Salted Caramel: - Granulated Sugar, 125g - Cream, 40g - Vanilla Essence, 1 tsp - Butter, 40g - Rock Salt, 5g For the Coffee Ganache: - Chocolate 60%, 100g - Cream, 100g - Coffee, 7g - Butter, 20g Method:- For the Chocolate Sable: • Cream the butter and sugar. • Add in the eggs and vanilla essence and follow it up with the flour, salt, and cocoa powder. Do not overmix the dough. • Chill the dough for 15-20 minutes. • Line the tart ring and bake at 180°C for 12 minutes. For the Salted Caramel: • Cook the sugar on low-medium heat until golden in colour. • Remove from heat and deglaze with cream. • Add the butter, vanilla essence, and rock salt. For the Coffee Ganache: • Bring the cream and coffee to a simmer. • Remove from heat and add in the chocolate. • Add the butter and mix well. Whet your appetite much? Well, you're in luck because the mother-daughter duo behind Ambrosia is popping up at Foodhall@TwoHorizon, Gurugram today through Sunday and serving up only the sweetest indulgences. Cancel or reshuffle your weekend plans because you don't want to miss out! #Dessert #DessertForBreakfast #SweetIndulgence #Tart #SweetTooth #SweetTreats #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood #ThingsToDoInDelhi

A very good afternoon to this Coffee Toffee Tart from @ambrosiadelhi, and this Coffee Toffee Tart that has our whole heart ONLY. Layered lovingly with a chocolate sable, followed by salted caramel, and topped with coffee ganache, it's just the kind of breakfast inspo we were on the lookout for. Ingredients:- For the Chocolate Sable: - Flour, 87.5g - Cocoa Powder, 19g - Icing Sugar, 35g - Butter, 60g - Whole Eggs, 15g - Salt, a pinch For the Salted Caramel: - Granulated Sugar, 125g - Cream, 40g - Vanilla Essence, 1 tsp - Butter, 40g - Rock Salt, 5g For the Coffee Ganache: - Chocolate 60%, 100g - Cream, 100g - Coffee, 7g - Butter, 20g Method:- For the Chocolate Sable: • Cream the butter and sugar. • Add in the eggs and vanilla essence and follow it up with the flour, salt, and cocoa powder. Do not overmix the dough. • Chill the dough for 15-20 minutes. • Line the tart ring and bake at 180°C for 12 minutes. For the Salted Caramel: • Cook the sugar on low-medium heat until golden in colour. • Remove from heat and deglaze with cream. • Add the butter, vanilla essence, and rock salt. For the Coffee Ganache: • Bring the cream and coffee to a simmer. • Remove from heat and add in the chocolate. • Add the butter and mix well. Whet your appetite much? Well, you're in luck because the mother-daughter duo behind Ambrosia is popping up at Foodhall@TwoHorizon, Gurugram today through Sunday and serving up only the sweetest indulgences. Cancel or reshuffle your weekend plans because you don't want to miss out! #Dessert #DessertForBreakfast #SweetIndulgence #Tart #SweetTooth #SweetTreats #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood #ThingsToDoInDelhi

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The nip in the air's fast morphing into the kind of biting cold that loves to cling to our bones, so we're staying warm tonight with our #FridayNightDinerDinner bowl of Pea Soup with Spinach and Barley. As we near the fag end of our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food festival and get ready to bid farewell our #FridayNightDinerDinner series, we can think of no better time to appreciate the humble icon that is the American diner, with all its quirks and contradictions. While the diner remains a symbol of American ingenuity thanks to films like Pulp Fiction, songs like Tom's Diner by Suzanne Vega, and artworks such as Edward Hopper's Nighthawks, it's worth noting that it is yet another stark reminder of the immigrant influence on the country's culinary landscape. While diners may be famous for its greasy, fatty fare, dripping with oil—including hamburgers, fries, bacon, meatloaf, tuna melts, and grilled cheese sammies—you can always find wholesome, hearty fare like this bowl of soup right here, too. And in this juxtaposition lies its charm. #Diner #Food #FoodFood #Foodies #FoodLover #Foodstagram #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

The nip in the air's fast morphing into the kind of biting cold that loves to cling to our bones, so we're staying warm tonight with our #FridayNightDinerDinner bowl of Pea Soup with Spinach and Barley. As we near the fag end of our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food festival and get ready to bid farewell our #FridayNightDinerDinner series, we can think of no better time to appreciate the humble icon that is the American diner, with all its quirks and contradictions. While the diner remains a symbol of American ingenuity thanks to films like Pulp Fiction, songs like Tom's Diner by Suzanne Vega, and artworks such as Edward Hopper's Nighthawks, it's worth noting that it is yet another stark reminder of the immigrant influence on the country's culinary landscape. While diners may be famous for its greasy, fatty fare, dripping with oil—including hamburgers, fries, bacon, meatloaf, tuna melts, and grilled cheese sammies—you can always find wholesome, hearty fare like this bowl of soup right here, too. And in this juxtaposition lies its charm. #Diner #Food #FoodFood #Foodies #FoodLover #Foodstagram #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

The nip in the air's fast morphing into the kind of biting cold that loves to cling to our bones, so we're staying warm tonight with our #FridayNightDinerDinner bowl of Pea Soup with Spinach and Barley. As we near the fag end of our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food festival and get ready to bid farewell our #FridayNightDinerDinner series, we can think of no better time to appreciate the humble icon that is the American diner, with all its quirks and contradictions. While the diner remains a symbol of American ingenuity thanks to films like Pulp Fiction, songs like Tom's Diner by Suzanne Vega, and artworks such as Edward Hopper's Nighthawks, it's worth noting that it is yet another stark reminder of the immigrant influence on the country's culinary landscape. While diners may be famous for its greasy, fatty fare, dripping with oil—including hamburgers, fries, bacon, meatloaf, tuna melts, and grilled cheese sammies—you can always find wholesome, hearty fare like this bowl of soup right here, too. And in this juxtaposition lies its charm. #Diner #Food #FoodFood #Foodies #FoodLover #Foodstagram #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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Make no mistake: these mini Paprika-Rubbed Cauliflower Steaks with a Kalamata Olive and Tomato Salsa, Red Pepper Purée, Salted Almonds, and Braised Lentils by @arundds of @perchinbombay are just as deserving of the steak honour as your regular meaty steaks. Even more so, in fact, we'd say, simply because it can be prepped and put together in the comfort of your home (and your PJs), at your leisure! Ingredients:- For the Cauliflower Steaks: - Cauliflower, 80g, trimmed and cut into a slab - Purple/Green Cauliflower, 80g, trimmed and cut into a slab - Refined Oil, 2 tbsp - Pomace Olive Oil, 1 tbsp - Minced Garlic, 1 tbsp - Smoked Paprika, 1 tsp - Fresh Thyme, 1 tsp, finely chopped - Dijon Mustard, 1 tbsp - Salt & Pepper, to taste For the Lentils: - Green Moong, 20g, soaked overnight and boiled - White Beans, 20g, soaked overnight and boiled - Cherry Tomatoes, 20g, halved - Minced Garlic, 1 tbsp - Onion, 1, small, cut into cubes - Basil Leaves, 2-3 - Salt & Pepper, to taste For the Kalamata Olive & Tomato Salsa: - Tomato, 1, ripe - Kalamata Olives, 3-4 pcs - Onion, 1 tsp, minced - Garlic, ½ tsp, minced - Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Lime Zest (of ½ a lime) - Red Wine Vinegar, ½ tsp - Bird's Eye Chili, ½, finely chopped - Salt & Pepper, to taste Method:- • Preheat the grill to medium or oven to 160°C. • Mix all the ingredients for the cauliflower steak together and marinate well, preferably overnight or at least an hour before. • Wrap the steaks in foil and steam for 10-12 minutes, until tender. • Remove from the foil and allow to lightly char. Set aside. For the Lentils: • Heat a pan over a medium flame, add the oil, and sauté the onion until translucent. • Add the garlic, lentils, beans, and cherry tomato. Sauté until fragrant and then tear the basil leaves and throw in. Set aside.

Make no mistake: these mini Paprika-Rubbed Cauliflower Steaks with a Kalamata Olive and Tomato Salsa, Red Pepper Purée, Salted Almonds, and Braised Lentils by @arundds of @perchinbombay are just as deserving of the steak honour as your regular meaty steaks. Even more so, in fact, we'd say, simply because it can be prepped and put together in the comfort of your home (and your PJs), at your leisure! Ingredients:- For the Cauliflower Steaks: - Cauliflower, 80g, trimmed and cut into a slab - Purple/Green Cauliflower, 80g, trimmed and cut into a slab - Refined Oil, 2 tbsp - Pomace Olive Oil, 1 tbsp - Minced Garlic, 1 tbsp - Smoked Paprika, 1 tsp - Fresh Thyme, 1 tsp, finely chopped - Dijon Mustard, 1 tbsp - Salt & Pepper, to taste For the Lentils: - Green Moong, 20g, soaked overnight and boiled - White Beans, 20g, soaked overnight and boiled - Cherry Tomatoes, 20g, halved - Minced Garlic, 1 tbsp - Onion, 1, small, cut into cubes - Basil Leaves, 2-3 - Salt & Pepper, to taste For the Kalamata Olive & Tomato Salsa: - Tomato, 1, ripe - Kalamata Olives, 3-4 pcs - Onion, 1 tsp, minced - Garlic, ½ tsp, minced - Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Lime Zest (of ½ a lime) - Red Wine Vinegar, ½ tsp - Bird's Eye Chili, ½, finely chopped - Salt & Pepper, to taste Method:- • Preheat the grill to medium or oven to 160°C. • Mix all the ingredients for the cauliflower steak together and marinate well, preferably overnight or at least an hour before. • Wrap the steaks in foil and steam for 10-12 minutes, until tender. • Remove from the foil and allow to lightly char. Set aside. For the Lentils: • Heat a pan over a medium flame, add the oil, and sauté the onion until translucent. • Add the garlic, lentils, beans, and cherry tomato. Sauté until fragrant and then tear the basil leaves and throw in. Set aside.

Make no mistake: these mini Paprika-Rubbed Cauliflower Steaks with a Kalamata Olive and Tomato Salsa, Red Pepper Purée, Salted Almonds, and Braised Lentils by @arundds of @perchinbombay are just as deserving of the steak honour as your regular meaty steaks. Even more so, in fact, we'd say, simply because it can be prepped and put together in the comfort of your home (and your PJs), at your leisure! Ingredients:- For the Cauliflower Steaks: - Cauliflower, 80g, trimmed and cut into a slab - Purple/Green Cauliflower, 80g, trimmed and cut into a slab - Refined Oil, 2 tbsp - Pomace Olive Oil, 1 tbsp - Minced Garlic, 1 tbsp - Smoked Paprika, 1 tsp - Fresh Thyme, 1 tsp, finely chopped - Dijon Mustard, 1 tbsp - Salt & Pepper, to taste For the Lentils: - Green Moong, 20g, soaked overnight and boiled - White Beans, 20g, soaked overnight and boiled - Cherry Tomatoes, 20g, halved - Minced Garlic, 1 tbsp - Onion, 1, small, cut into cubes - Basil Leaves, 2-3 - Salt & Pepper, to taste For the Kalamata Olive & Tomato Salsa: - Tomato, 1, ripe - Kalamata Olives, 3-4 pcs - Onion, 1 tsp, minced - Garlic, ½ tsp, minced - Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Lime Zest (of ½ a lime) - Red Wine Vinegar, ½ tsp - Bird's Eye Chili, ½, finely chopped - Salt & Pepper, to taste Method:- • Preheat the grill to medium or oven to 160°C. • Mix all the ingredients for the cauliflower steak together and marinate well, preferably overnight or at least an hour before. • Wrap the steaks in foil and steam for 10-12 minutes, until tender. • Remove from the foil and allow to lightly char. Set aside. For the Lentils: • Heat a pan over a medium flame, add the oil, and sauté the onion until translucent. • Add the garlic, lentils, beans, and cherry tomato. Sauté until fragrant and then tear the basil leaves and throw in. Set aside.

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Thursdays are the new Fridays, in case you're wondering why we're choosing to get #HappyHigh (albeit, responsibly) tonight. Our poison? Three typically American tipples in keeping with the spirit of our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food fest! COSMOPOLITAN Everyone knows that Carrie Bradshaw loved herself a well-shaken-and-stirred Cosmo, and with good reason! This world-famous cocktail is a New York City concoction, dating back to the 1970s. What's in it: Vodka, orange liqueur, cranberry juice, and freshly-squeezed lime juice. Typically adorned with a lime wheel on the glass's rim. MAI TAI A popular rum-based cocktail, Mai Tai is Tahitian for "good". Although it's come to represent the Tiki culture of Polynesia, its origins can be traced back to 1940s Oakland. What's in it: Rum (spiced or coconut flavoured), lime juice, orgeat syrup, and orange liqueur (usually curaçao, but if not, then grapefruit juice, bitters, or grenadine). Traditionally topped with tropical fruits like pineapples, oranges, and cherries. PIÑA COLADA With its creamy mouthfeel and fruity flavour profile, piña colada is the cocktail of choice for those who enjoy tropical tipples. The national drink of Puerto Rico since 1978, it's believed to have been invented by a bartender at the Caribe Hilton Hotel in San Juan back in the '50s. What's in it: Rum, pineapple juice, coconut milk, and coconut cream. Ideally garnished with a wedge of pineapple flaunting a delicious maraschino cherry atop it. #HappyHour #Drinks #Cocktails #CocktailHour #CocktailOfTheDay #CocktailTime #Cocktailgram #CocktailsOfInstagram #MaiTai #Cosmopolitan #PinaColada

Thursdays are the new Fridays, in case you're wondering why we're choosing to get #HappyHigh (albeit, responsibly) tonight. Our poison? Three typically American tipples in keeping with the spirit of our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food fest! COSMOPOLITAN Everyone knows that Carrie Bradshaw loved herself a well-shaken-and-stirred Cosmo, and with good reason! This world-famous cocktail is a New York City concoction, dating back to the 1970s. What's in it: Vodka, orange liqueur, cranberry juice, and freshly-squeezed lime juice. Typically adorned with a lime wheel on the glass's rim. MAI TAI A popular rum-based cocktail, Mai Tai is Tahitian for "good". Although it's come to represent the Tiki culture of Polynesia, its origins can be traced back to 1940s Oakland. What's in it: Rum (spiced or coconut flavoured), lime juice, orgeat syrup, and orange liqueur (usually curaçao, but if not, then grapefruit juice, bitters, or grenadine). Traditionally topped with tropical fruits like pineapples, oranges, and cherries. PIÑA COLADA With its creamy mouthfeel and fruity flavour profile, piña colada is the cocktail of choice for those who enjoy tropical tipples. The national drink of Puerto Rico since 1978, it's believed to have been invented by a bartender at the Caribe Hilton Hotel in San Juan back in the '50s. What's in it: Rum, pineapple juice, coconut milk, and coconut cream. Ideally garnished with a wedge of pineapple flaunting a delicious maraschino cherry atop it. #HappyHour #Drinks #Cocktails #CocktailHour #CocktailOfTheDay #CocktailTime #Cocktailgram #CocktailsOfInstagram #MaiTai #Cosmopolitan #PinaColada

Thursdays are the new Fridays, in case you're wondering why we're choosing to get #HappyHigh (albeit, responsibly) tonight. Our poison? Three typically American tipples in keeping with the spirit of our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food fest! COSMOPOLITAN Everyone knows that Carrie Bradshaw loved herself a well-shaken-and-stirred Cosmo, and with good reason! This world-famous cocktail is a New York City concoction, dating back to the 1970s. What's in it: Vodka, orange liqueur, cranberry juice, and freshly-squeezed lime juice. Typically adorned with a lime wheel on the glass's rim. MAI TAI A popular rum-based cocktail, Mai Tai is Tahitian for "good". Although it's come to represent the Tiki culture of Polynesia, its origins can be traced back to 1940s Oakland. What's in it: Rum (spiced or coconut flavoured), lime juice, orgeat syrup, and orange liqueur (usually curaçao, but if not, then grapefruit juice, bitters, or grenadine). Traditionally topped with tropical fruits like pineapples, oranges, and cherries. PIÑA COLADA With its creamy mouthfeel and fruity flavour profile, piña colada is the cocktail of choice for those who enjoy tropical tipples. The national drink of Puerto Rico since 1978, it's believed to have been invented by a bartender at the Caribe Hilton Hotel in San Juan back in the '50s. What's in it: Rum, pineapple juice, coconut milk, and coconut cream. Ideally garnished with a wedge of pineapple flaunting a delicious maraschino cherry atop it. #HappyHour #Drinks #Cocktails #CocktailHour #CocktailOfTheDay #CocktailTime #Cocktailgram #CocktailsOfInstagram #MaiTai #Cosmopolitan #PinaColada

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First came the croissant. Then came the donut. And their illicit affair gave the Americans the ultimate culinary love child—the CRONUT! More like, (cro)nut your ordinary croissant or donut! A flaky, buttery dough, suffused with pastry cream/custard, dusted with confectioners' sugar and glazed, the cronut is the brainchild of French-American pastry chef Dominique Ansel, who created this NY icon unwittingly for the occasion of Mother's Day back in 2013. When word got around through the grapevine, serpentine queues formed outside Dominique Ansel Bakery as early as 4am (a common sight to this day) and a cronut black market even popped up on Craigslist! If you're scratching your head wondering what makes this sweet invention such a sought-after one, it's probably one of the two reasons:- 1) The fact that it takes a good three days to make, end to end (blame the layering, resting, and refrigerating, on repeat!) 2) The fact that cronut flavours at Ansel's bakery change every month, with no flavour ever being repeated. Talk about exclusivity, creativity, and diversity! Every child deserves love, even a love child. And if it looks and tastes as good as the cronut, double that love. We said what we said! 😎 #Cronut #Donut #Croissant #Dessert #DessertForBreakfast #FreshBakes #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

First came the croissant. Then came the donut. And their illicit affair gave the Americans the ultimate culinary love child—the CRONUT! More like, (cro)nut your ordinary croissant or donut! A flaky, buttery dough, suffused with pastry cream/custard, dusted with confectioners' sugar and glazed, the cronut is the brainchild of French-American pastry chef Dominique Ansel, who created this NY icon unwittingly for the occasion of Mother's Day back in 2013. When word got around through the grapevine, serpentine queues formed outside Dominique Ansel Bakery as early as 4am (a common sight to this day) and a cronut black market even popped up on Craigslist! If you're scratching your head wondering what makes this sweet invention such a sought-after one, it's probably one of the two reasons:- 1) The fact that it takes a good three days to make, end to end (blame the layering, resting, and refrigerating, on repeat!) 2) The fact that cronut flavours at Ansel's bakery change every month, with no flavour ever being repeated. Talk about exclusivity, creativity, and diversity! Every child deserves love, even a love child. And if it looks and tastes as good as the cronut, double that love. We said what we said! 😎 #Cronut #Donut #Croissant #Dessert #DessertForBreakfast #FreshBakes #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

First came the croissant. Then came the donut. And their illicit affair gave the Americans the ultimate culinary love child—the CRONUT! More like, (cro)nut your ordinary croissant or donut! A flaky, buttery dough, suffused with pastry cream/custard, dusted with confectioners' sugar and glazed, the cronut is the brainchild of French-American pastry chef Dominique Ansel, who created this NY icon unwittingly for the occasion of Mother's Day back in 2013. When word got around through the grapevine, serpentine queues formed outside Dominique Ansel Bakery as early as 4am (a common sight to this day) and a cronut black market even popped up on Craigslist! If you're scratching your head wondering what makes this sweet invention such a sought-after one, it's probably one of the two reasons:- 1) The fact that it takes a good three days to make, end to end (blame the layering, resting, and refrigerating, on repeat!) 2) The fact that cronut flavours at Ansel's bakery change every month, with no flavour ever being repeated. Talk about exclusivity, creativity, and diversity! Every child deserves love, even a love child. And if it looks and tastes as good as the cronut, double that love. We said what we said! 😎 #Cronut #Donut #Croissant #Dessert #DessertForBreakfast #FreshBakes #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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🤫 Did you hear? All good things come to those who visit Foodhall every weekend. And this weekend? Oh, let's just say that this weekend's going to take the cake...literally! Do yourself a favour and mosey on up to our stores in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday because we've got only *the* coolest pop-ups lined up for you! We're celebrating the very first weekend of the most wonderful time of the year with platefuls of all the most delightful holiday indulgences—cookies, cakes, tarts, entremets, ice-creams, sorbets, and basically not a few, but ALL of our favourite things! And we want you to join us! MUMBAI folks, make a beeline for: 🍪 Dough Goood 🍪 Where: Foodhall@LinkingRoad When: 4th - 5th December 🧁 Eli The Baker 🧁 Where: Foodhall@VAMA When: 4th - 5th December DELHI peeps, say hi to: 🍰 CocoDate 🍰 Where: Foodhall@MKT When: 3rd - 5th December 🍦 Ambrosia 🍦 Where: Foodhall@TwoHorizon When: 3rd - 5th December BENGALURU lovelies, don't miss out on: 🌱 India Hemp & Co. 🌱 Where: Foodhall@1MG When: 3rd - 5th December See you all soonest!

🤫 Did you hear? All good things come to those who visit Foodhall every weekend. And this weekend? Oh, let's just say that this weekend's going to take the cake...literally! Do yourself a favour and mosey on up to our stores in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday because we've got only *the* coolest pop-ups lined up for you! We're celebrating the very first weekend of the most wonderful time of the year with platefuls of all the most delightful holiday indulgences—cookies, cakes, tarts, entremets, ice-creams, sorbets, and basically not a few, but ALL of our favourite things! And we want you to join us! MUMBAI folks, make a beeline for: 🍪 Dough Goood 🍪 Where: Foodhall@LinkingRoad When: 4th - 5th December 🧁 Eli The Baker 🧁 Where: Foodhall@VAMA When: 4th - 5th December DELHI peeps, say hi to: 🍰 CocoDate 🍰 Where: Foodhall@MKT When: 3rd - 5th December 🍦 Ambrosia 🍦 Where: Foodhall@TwoHorizon When: 3rd - 5th December BENGALURU lovelies, don't miss out on: 🌱 India Hemp & Co. 🌱 Where: Foodhall@1MG When: 3rd - 5th December See you all soonest!

🤫 Did you hear? All good things come to those who visit Foodhall every weekend. And this weekend? Oh, let's just say that this weekend's going to take the cake...literally! Do yourself a favour and mosey on up to our stores in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday because we've got only *the* coolest pop-ups lined up for you! We're celebrating the very first weekend of the most wonderful time of the year with platefuls of all the most delightful holiday indulgences—cookies, cakes, tarts, entremets, ice-creams, sorbets, and basically not a few, but ALL of our favourite things! And we want you to join us! MUMBAI folks, make a beeline for: 🍪 Dough Goood 🍪 Where: Foodhall@LinkingRoad When: 4th - 5th December 🧁 Eli The Baker 🧁 Where: Foodhall@VAMA When: 4th - 5th December DELHI peeps, say hi to: 🍰 CocoDate 🍰 Where: Foodhall@MKT When: 3rd - 5th December 🍦 Ambrosia 🍦 Where: Foodhall@TwoHorizon When: 3rd - 5th December BENGALURU lovelies, don't miss out on: 🌱 India Hemp & Co. 🌱 Where: Foodhall@1MG When: 3rd - 5th December See you all soonest!

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Nothing says #BreakfastInAmerica quite like French Toast, even if that does read like the ultimate oxymoron! Today, we're lusting after this Dream of PB & Jeannie French Toast from @thecafebyfoodhall's Weekend Brunch Edit menu (Sat-Sun), curated specially for our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food fest. The origins of French toast are rather disputed. Some say that the earliest references can be found in Apicius, a collection of recipes that dates back to the Roman Empire. While others allude to 'tostées dorées' (or golden toasts) by Taillevent, author of one of the most influential French cookery books from the Middle Ages—Le Viandier. The Americans, too, stake their claim, with a popular myth suggesting that sometime in the early 1700s, a chef by the name of Joseph French invented the recipe, but failed to spell it correctly, forgetting the apostrophe and landing up with 'French toast' instead of 'French's toast'. Whatever the backstory, let's just say we're pleased as (American) pie that this particular plate of French toast exists, and we're loading up on as many as we can before December 10th, when our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica festival wraps up! Come join? #FrenchToast #Breakfast #BreakfastTime #BreakfastLover #BreakfastIdeas #BreakfastOfChampions #Food #Foodies #FoodLover #FoodFood #InstaFood #Foodstagram #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Nothing says #BreakfastInAmerica quite like French Toast, even if that does read like the ultimate oxymoron! Today, we're lusting after this Dream of PB & Jeannie French Toast from @thecafebyfoodhall's Weekend Brunch Edit menu (Sat-Sun), curated specially for our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food fest. The origins of French toast are rather disputed. Some say that the earliest references can be found in Apicius, a collection of recipes that dates back to the Roman Empire. While others allude to 'tostées dorées' (or golden toasts) by Taillevent, author of one of the most influential French cookery books from the Middle Ages—Le Viandier. The Americans, too, stake their claim, with a popular myth suggesting that sometime in the early 1700s, a chef by the name of Joseph French invented the recipe, but failed to spell it correctly, forgetting the apostrophe and landing up with 'French toast' instead of 'French's toast'. Whatever the backstory, let's just say we're pleased as (American) pie that this particular plate of French toast exists, and we're loading up on as many as we can before December 10th, when our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica festival wraps up! Come join? #FrenchToast #Breakfast #BreakfastTime #BreakfastLover #BreakfastIdeas #BreakfastOfChampions #Food #Foodies #FoodLover #FoodFood #InstaFood #Foodstagram #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Nothing says #BreakfastInAmerica quite like French Toast, even if that does read like the ultimate oxymoron! Today, we're lusting after this Dream of PB & Jeannie French Toast from @thecafebyfoodhall's Weekend Brunch Edit menu (Sat-Sun), curated specially for our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica food fest. The origins of French toast are rather disputed. Some say that the earliest references can be found in Apicius, a collection of recipes that dates back to the Roman Empire. While others allude to 'tostées dorées' (or golden toasts) by Taillevent, author of one of the most influential French cookery books from the Middle Ages—Le Viandier. The Americans, too, stake their claim, with a popular myth suggesting that sometime in the early 1700s, a chef by the name of Joseph French invented the recipe, but failed to spell it correctly, forgetting the apostrophe and landing up with 'French toast' instead of 'French's toast'. Whatever the backstory, let's just say we're pleased as (American) pie that this particular plate of French toast exists, and we're loading up on as many as we can before December 10th, when our #UnitedTastesOfAmerica festival wraps up! Come join? #FrenchToast #Breakfast #BreakfastTime #BreakfastLover #BreakfastIdeas #BreakfastOfChampions #Food #Foodies #FoodLover #FoodFood #InstaFood #Foodstagram #FoodOfTheDay #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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