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Escoffier’s World French culinary artist George-Auguste Escoffier was born in 1846 in the French Village of Villeneuve-Loubet. At 12, his passion for cooking was noticed when he began his apprenticeship at his uncle’s restaurant in Nice. Later, this young chef’s skills in the kitchen took him to the restaurant Le Petit Moulin Rouge in Paris….

This is what we want when it comes to a weekend dinner. A simple, creamy and super easy recipe and so comforting. Chicken pieces cooked in lemon flavoured rich creamy sauce. CHICKEN IN CREAMY LEMON SAUCE                  Ingredients For 4 serving 2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts ¼ cup fresh cream+ for garnishing 3 teaspoons…

Are we nationalizing Indian cuisine Indian diaspora has presented its cuisine to a wide range of masses around the world. Every individual in the world has either tasted or even heard of one of the Indian dishes. Indian immigrants have always presented their tradition on the table in the form of flavorful dishes but mostly…

The Irony of Less Satisfaction (The Paradox of choice) We encounter numerous choices every day, as exciting it sounds the more distress it brings to the individual. A supermarket offers various options; ironically it gives much less satisfaction. So, is having more choices better? One would think that having more choice is being freer, right?…

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