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Epicurean tales from a remote coffee estate in Coorg
Wild mushroom curry, pan-fried quail and akki ottus all featured on the dining table of my grandparents' mansion, to which they retired after a life on the Andaman Islands.
· Oct 25, 2015 · 03:30 pm
The art and craft of making traditional Coorg pickles
Although less glamorous than those made with pork, fish and prawn pickles, varieties made with vegetables require time, and silence, to attain their flavour.
· Aug 08, 2015 · 12:30 pm