The face of the Konkan Fruit Fest, Miguel de Braganza is not only passionate about organic farming, but also committed to nurturing young talent for a food-secure future.
While India has a rich and diverse culture around cooking dried fish, it hasn’t been celebrated owing to its fraught histories, matters of identity, and smells. Shruti Tharayil writes on challenging old hierarchies of smells, and her own journey of unlearning.
It is in a crisis that the mettle of a society is revealed. Chryselle D’Silva Dias on how food keeps us compassionate and generous.