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Beyond the chaotic life of the city and the layman life of hills; the people of Nepal have their own rhythm that brings balance in their life extremes. To understand the lifestyle of Nepalese people, it is paramount that you…

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Gokarna House Restaurant is probably one of the best restaurants to dine out at Thamel, Kathmandu. While famous for multi-cuisine, it also offers Nepali thali set and special woodfire pizza. The combination of comforting hospitality and fine dining ambience elevates…

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It’s time to take a break from the mojito, put down the margarita, and give Brazil’s national cocktail ― the caipirinha ― a chance to star at your next cocktail hour. The caipirinha is a simple cocktail made of cachaça,…

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It’s easy to forget about plums. They’re not the most popular of summer fruits. Plums aren’t small and cute like blueberries. They’re not as exotic as the fig. Plums are just plums. And so in the frenzy of stocking up…

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Dried figs are great and all, but if you’ve ever tasted a fresh fig you know that there’s no contest between the two. Sweet and honeyed, fresh figs are a rare treat meant to be savored. They were, after all,…

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One out of eight films created for Electrolux’ ‘Now You’re Cooking’ campaign.

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We have blueberries to thank for some of our favorite foods. What would mornings be without them? We wouldn’t have blueberry muffins — the only truly great muffins out there — pancakes would be fruitless, and pie just wouldn’t be…

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Still toiling away in a grey office building? Boring! According to BT’s ‘soonologist’, you’ll get more done with coffee, cake and connectivity Working in the coffice Only connect: who needs to commute when you can be a coffice worker? Age:…

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One of our most recent shoots, titled Breakfast Interrupted, is now live for your viewing pleasure. Shot primarily with the Phantom HD Gold at 1000fps, the piece is designed to showcase food in a beautiful and unusual way. The idea…

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Points to remember Rinse the sushi rice in cold water until the water runs clear, then soak roughly two parts rice to three parts cold water in a saucepan for 30 minutes. Next, bring the rice to the boil, cover…