This kulith ani kooka koddel, a family recipe from Chef Ashwini Pai, is a warm and comforting Mangalorean curry that uses the chinese potato, a winter produce from the coastal regions of Karnataka.
Looking to make a quick snack? Made of peanuts, this spicy dish has its roots in Bangalore’s Lalbagh.
Based in Karnataka, Tani Naturals is known for its first cold-pressed oils made of peanuts, sesame, niger, and other seeds.
By rejecting the use of chemicals and improving soil health, permaculture can produce food that is healthier and, in some cases, even yield greater harvests. But can it feed India’s 1.4 billion population, asks Sohel Sarkar.
This recipe is from journalist Seema Chisti’s book 'Sumitra and Anees: Tales and Recipes from a Khichdi Family'—the story of her parents Sumitra and Anees, their inter-faith marriage, and in a sense, the celebration of India’s pluralism.
Black Baza Coffee is a Bengaluru-based coffee company that goes beyond the coffee bean, with an aim to conserve biodiversity and secure the livelihoods of smallholder farmers.