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  • Anar Indian Restaurant: Food Guided by The Heart

    (By Adréana Robbins) Anar reminds me of the quaint local canteens and hidden taverns I discovered living in Paris and Southern France. My parents and I felt most fortunate when we stumbled upon family-run bistros, offering the most inventive French Provençal, or Moroccan, or Vietnamese cuisine. Often a secret ingredient to a ...

  • Organic India’s Turmeric Rhizome Powder Goes International

    Turmeric is a popular spice around the world, used in many different cuisines, so popular today that even the mainstream knows to put in the “r” in the name.  Turmeric glorious yellow color makes any dish outstanding.   So brilliant a hue, it is used to as a fabric dye and as a body paint during […]...

  • Holy Basil, Tulsi, Joins Turmeric, Ginger in Organic India Tea

    Tulsi Turmeric Ginger Tea, an Organic India produce,  combines the best of two of the most respected ancient herbs “newly discovered”, turmeric and ginger, and adds tulsi, known in India as The Queen of Herbs.” Tulsi is revered as a sacred plant infused with healing powers by practitioners dating back 5,000 y...

  • India’s Tandoori Brentwood New Street Snacks

    Martin Shah’s passionate hospitality was evident last week when he answered our pleas to bring his own native Bangladeshi dishes to the table.   After all, Martin is Bangladeshi, and people from this region follow certain rules and regulations while eating. It includes hospitality and way of serving as well, known as Be...

  • Agra in Silverlake: The Experts and Students Favorite

    Named in honor of a town near the Taj Mahal, Agra Café is as praised among experts for serving properly spiced and consistent authentic regional dishes, such as Balti as it known among USC students for being about the most popular Indian restaurants in Los Angeles.   Tucked in the back corner of a small shopping plaza, [&hel...

  • Annapurna’s New South Indian Breakfasts

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Breakfast as a major 2016 restaurant trend forecasts fits right into Annapurna Southern Indian Vegetarian Restaurant’s practically priced menu although Dosas will always have a starring role at the popular Culver City cafe.  Indian versions of “Doughnuts” and “crepes” and &#...

  • Celebrate Dwali (Everyday) with Anupy Singla’s Indian Dal Kit

    November. 11 marks the start of Diwali, the five-day Hindu festival celebrating the start of the New Year.  With estimates of over three million practicing Hindus in the U.S., this “Festival of Lights” is making itw way its way into popular culture with the day being celebrated by taking over Times Square. Food is an [&hell...

  • Indian as Apple Pie Spices up Thanksgiving

    Cinnamon, ginger and cloves are flavors sure to be found in every pumpkin pie spice combination. This fall, liven up the flavor by exchanging pumpkin or apple pie spice for Chai Masala from Indian As Apple Pie . This classic Indian spice blend still has hints of cinnamon and ginger, but will bring a bold new flavor to every ...

  • New Owners Amp Up the Indian KARMA in Valencia

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) When the owner is the chef you know the food will be as it gets, and Chef Sonni of Karma, Valencia proves the point. The front of the house is exuberantly well-attended by Alfred Godinho (Goa) and Dustin Pausha (Bombay) who are as adept and excited about their new list of spirits as […]...

  • Mayura Indian Restaurant in Culver City on LA TOP 100 List

    Venice Boulevard in West Los Angeles, with its many blocks dotted with Indian restaurants, sweet and spice shops and even a major temple, has evolved into a “Little India” second only to Artesia. And Mayura Indian Restaurant has become the official star of the show, in part due to the blessing of a prominent LA […]...

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