Each week, the vegetable baskets include two new recipes from Choudhary’s kitchen that can be cooked at home. “We include vegetables such as butternut squash, chives, mint, orange sweet potato, Gondhraj lemons, lal math (red Amaranth leaves), edamame, methi (fenugreek leaves), wild arugula and Habanero chillis. Many don’t know what to use these vegetables in, so we add recipes. The basket also includes Sequel’s signature Buckwheat and Poppy-seed Crackers and a loaf of freshly baked Buckwheat, Rice & Walnut sourdough bread or a Half Nut & Seed Loaf.” … [Read more...] about Riding COVID-19 storm: Restaurants rewrite home delivery rules with special menus, DIY kits
There are plenty of competitive situations in life, of course. When I finished graduate school, there were probably 100 applicants for each of the 33 available academic jobs in my field. Each job was only going to be filled by one person. I eventually got a job as an assistant professor at Columbia University, and because I got that job, nobody else did. My success entailed that other people did not succeed at their goal.Unfortunately, we often don’t analyze situations carefully enough to determine whether our success fundamentally requires other people’s failure. Instead, we may make an intuitive judgment about the situation, and then assume that it is or is not competitive. And that can influence our behavior in ways that may not be ideal for the situation. … [Read more...] about How COVID-19 teaches us that succeeding and winning are different
Sweden has largely remained open while most of the countries observed an overall shutdown of business. Opting for the rather controversial approach of keeping restaurants, schools and parks open for public (while banning gatherings of more than 50 people and shutting museums), Sweden’s Chief Epidemiologist Anders Tegnell said that the country is focusing on long-term sustainability over drastic short-term tactics. In fact, Sweden’s ambassador to the United States said last month that the capital of the Nordic country, Stockholm, could reach Herd Immunity in May. … [Read more...] about In-Depth: Is Herd Immunity our best bet in the fight against coronavirus?
IngredientsJameson Irish Whiskey: 60mlMaple Syrup/Pancake Syrup: 1 tspAngostura orange or regular Bitters: 2-3 dashesOrange peel, to garnishMethodMix whiskey, maple syrup, bitters and 1tsp. water in an old-fashioned glass, until the syrup is dissolved.Add a single large ice cube or lots of ice and give it a quick stir for 4-5 seconds.Garnish with orange peel.Deepali Nandwani is a journalist who keeps a close watch on the world of luxury. … [Read more...] about Quarantine cocktails: Forage in your pantry to spice up a ‘sustainable’ drink
3. In the third phase, Dates for restarting International air travel except as permitted by MHA, Metro Rail, Cinema halls, gyms, swimming pools, entertainment parks, theatres, bars and auditoriums, assembly halls, Social, political, sports, entertainment, academic, cultural, religious functions and other large congregations will be decided after assessing the situation. … [Read more...] about Lockdown 5.0: Here are key highlights from the government’s latest order