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Start your mornings on a berry good note with The Café by Foodhall’s wholesome #Breakfast Granola Bowl. Loaded with Greek yoghurt, homemade Granola, raw Honey, and mixed #Berries, this power-packed bowl will keep you satiated for hours! Call in for a #bowl via @swiggyindia, @zomatoin or opt for a safe curb-side pick up (in #Mumbai) via the link in our bio.

Start your mornings on a berry good note with The Café by Foodhall’s wholesome #Breakfast Granola Bowl. Loaded with Greek yoghurt, homemade Granola, raw Honey, and mixed #Berries, this power-packed bowl will keep you satiated for hours! Call in for a #bowl via @swiggyindia, @zomatoin or opt for a safe curb-side pick up (in #Mumbai) via the link in our bio.

Start your mornings on a berry good note with The Café by Foodhall’s wholesome #Breakfast Granola Bowl. Loaded with Greek yoghurt, homemade Granola, raw Honey, and mixed #Berries, this power-packed bowl will keep you satiated for hours! Call in for a #bowl via @swiggyindia, @zomatoin or opt for a safe curb-side pick up (in #Mumbai) via the link in our bio.

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ARTISANAL MITHAI by GUR CHINI, now at Foodhall@Linking Road! After an encouraging response to our partnership in Delhi, we’re excited to announce the launch of @gur.chini at Foodhall@Linking Road. The mithais are redolent with organic and natural ingredients like Gur (Jaggery), Manuka honey, Rosemary, Buckwheat, Dates, and a lot of #love! Customise your sweet box with an assortment of #Ladoos, Ghewar, #Barfis, and #Pedas. Head to Foodhall@Linking Road, #Mumbai and MKT, #Delhi to pick up a box of your favourite #mithai, handcrafted with care and the highest safety standards.

ARTISANAL MITHAI by GUR CHINI, now at Foodhall@Linking Road! After an encouraging response to our partnership in Delhi, we’re excited to announce the launch of @gur.chini at Foodhall@Linking Road. The mithais are redolent with organic and natural ingredients like Gur (Jaggery), Manuka honey, Rosemary, Buckwheat, Dates, and a lot of #love! Customise your sweet box with an assortment of #Ladoos, Ghewar, #Barfis, and #Pedas. Head to Foodhall@Linking Road, #Mumbai and MKT, #Delhi to pick up a box of your favourite #mithai, handcrafted with care and the highest safety standards.

ARTISANAL MITHAI by GUR CHINI, now at Foodhall@Linking Road! After an encouraging response to our partnership in Delhi, we’re excited to announce the launch of @gur.chini at Foodhall@Linking Road. The mithais are redolent with organic and natural ingredients like Gur (Jaggery), Manuka honey, Rosemary, Buckwheat, Dates, and a lot of #love! Customise your sweet box with an assortment of #Ladoos, Ghewar, #Barfis, and #Pedas. Head to Foodhall@Linking Road, #Mumbai and MKT, #Delhi to pick up a box of your favourite #mithai, handcrafted with care and the highest safety standards.

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ARTISANAL MITHAI by GUR CHINI, now at Foodhall@Linking Road! After an encouraging response to our partnership in Delhi, we’re excited to announce the launch of Gur Chini at Foodhall@Linking Road. The mithais are redolent with organic and natural ingredients like Gur (Jaggery), Manuka honey, Rosemary, Buckwheat, Dates, and a lot of #love! Customise your sweet box with an assortment of #Ladoos, Ghewar, #Barfis, and #Pedas. Head to Foodhall@Linking Road, #Mumbai and MKT, #Delhi to pick up a box of your favourite #mithai, handcrafted with care and the highest safety standards.

ARTISANAL MITHAI by GUR CHINI, now at Foodhall@Linking Road! After an encouraging response to our partnership in Delhi, we’re excited to announce the launch of Gur Chini at Foodhall@Linking Road. The mithais are redolent with organic and natural ingredients like Gur (Jaggery), Manuka honey, Rosemary, Buckwheat, Dates, and a lot of #love! Customise your sweet box with an assortment of #Ladoos, Ghewar, #Barfis, and #Pedas. Head to Foodhall@Linking Road, #Mumbai and MKT, #Delhi to pick up a box of your favourite #mithai, handcrafted with care and the highest safety standards.

ARTISANAL MITHAI by GUR CHINI, now at Foodhall@Linking Road! After an encouraging response to our partnership in Delhi, we’re excited to announce the launch of Gur Chini at Foodhall@Linking Road. The mithais are redolent with organic and natural ingredients like Gur (Jaggery), Manuka honey, Rosemary, Buckwheat, Dates, and a lot of #love! Customise your sweet box with an assortment of #Ladoos, Ghewar, #Barfis, and #Pedas. Head to Foodhall@Linking Road, #Mumbai and MKT, #Delhi to pick up a box of your favourite #mithai, handcrafted with care and the highest safety standards.

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Who can resist the aromatic, rich, intoxicating aroma of #truffles? Certainly not us! Whether you’re preparing an elaborate feast or comfort food, our selection of truffle pastes, salts, oils, and #honey by @larustichellatruffles.india are sure to prime your palette for a real treat! Pick up our whole preserved #WhiteTruffles to shave on fresh pasta, drizzle #truffleoil across fresh-from-the-oven pizzas, or think out-of-the-box and serve dark #chocolate #sorbet with a tiny dollop of #BlackTruffle paste. Salty or sweet, familiar or adventurous, there’s no going wrong with the flavour of truffle!

Who can resist the aromatic, rich, intoxicating aroma of #truffles? Certainly not us! Whether you’re preparing an elaborate feast or comfort food, our selection of truffle pastes, salts, oils, and #honey by @larustichellatruffles.india are sure to prime your palette for a real treat! Pick up our whole preserved #WhiteTruffles to shave on fresh pasta, drizzle #truffleoil across fresh-from-the-oven pizzas, or think out-of-the-box and serve dark #chocolate #sorbet with a tiny dollop of #BlackTruffle paste. Salty or sweet, familiar or adventurous, there’s no going wrong with the flavour of truffle!

Who can resist the aromatic, rich, intoxicating aroma of #truffles? Certainly not us! Whether you’re preparing an elaborate feast or comfort food, our selection of truffle pastes, salts, oils, and #honey by @larustichellatruffles.india are sure to prime your palette for a real treat! Pick up our whole preserved #WhiteTruffles to shave on fresh pasta, drizzle #truffleoil across fresh-from-the-oven pizzas, or think out-of-the-box and serve dark #chocolate #sorbet with a tiny dollop of #BlackTruffle paste. Salty or sweet, familiar or adventurous, there’s no going wrong with the flavour of truffle!

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#DidYouKnow that traditional #sourdough bread doesn’t need baker’s yeast to rise? The leavening occurs by the use of a ‘starter’ - a sticky batter of flour and water, that is #fermented using environmental yeast. The starter takes on a sourness due to the wild yeast it contains, thus imparting a subtle tang to the baked #bread. Hence the name sourdough! If you’re keen to try your hand at making your own starter, it takes 5 days and is very simple. Here’s how to make and “feed” the starter to keep it alive: • Day 1 (Initiate the starter) - Using in wide-mouth glass jar, mix ¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour with ½ cup filtered water. Use a fork to incorporate all the dry flour. It should be like a sticky thick paste, like peanut butter. Scrape down the sides & place the lid lightly or a wet towel to keep the moisture in, and let it sit at room temperature on the kitchen counter for 24 hours • Day 2 (Feed the starter) - You may see very few bubbles. This means the wild yeast have started making themselves at home in your starter. If you don’t see any bubbles, keep it for a little longer - upto 48 hours. Today, add another ¾ cup + 2 tbsp of flour and ½ cup of filtered water to your starter and stir vigorously, until combined. Let the mixture sit loosely covered in the same place/conditions or above the refrigerator for another 24 hours • Day 3 (Feed it again) - By now your starter should have doubled in volume, looking like a #honeycomb. It will smell a bit pungent. Feed the starter (¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour and ½ cup filtered water) and stir until combined. Scrape down the sides again and cover it loosely with a lid or a wet cloth. Secure it for another 24 hours • Day 4 (Feed, feed, feed) - Check your starter, it should look very #bubbly. It should be smelling and tasting vinegary - YES, you can taste it too! Repeat the feeding process and place the jar in the same location • Day 5 (Starter is ready to use) - It’s THE day. The starter should have #bulked up and should look very bubbly and frothy! If you stir, it should feel loose and webbed • How to keep the starter alive - Discard half (or better yet, use!) and ‘feed’ it with new flour & water

#DidYouKnow that traditional #sourdough bread doesn’t need baker’s yeast to rise? The leavening occurs by the use of a ‘starter’ - a sticky batter of flour and water, that is #fermented using environmental yeast. The starter takes on a sourness due to the wild yeast it contains, thus imparting a subtle tang to the baked #bread. Hence the name sourdough! If you’re keen to try your hand at making your own starter, it takes 5 days and is very simple. Here’s how to make and “feed” the starter to keep it alive: • Day 1 (Initiate the starter) - Using in wide-mouth glass jar, mix ¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour with ½ cup filtered water. Use a fork to incorporate all the dry flour. It should be like a sticky thick paste, like peanut butter. Scrape down the sides & place the lid lightly or a wet towel to keep the moisture in, and let it sit at room temperature on the kitchen counter for 24 hours • Day 2 (Feed the starter) - You may see very few bubbles. This means the wild yeast have started making themselves at home in your starter. If you don’t see any bubbles, keep it for a little longer - upto 48 hours. Today, add another ¾ cup + 2 tbsp of flour and ½ cup of filtered water to your starter and stir vigorously, until combined. Let the mixture sit loosely covered in the same place/conditions or above the refrigerator for another 24 hours • Day 3 (Feed it again) - By now your starter should have doubled in volume, looking like a #honeycomb. It will smell a bit pungent. Feed the starter (¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour and ½ cup filtered water) and stir until combined. Scrape down the sides again and cover it loosely with a lid or a wet cloth. Secure it for another 24 hours • Day 4 (Feed, feed, feed) - Check your starter, it should look very #bubbly. It should be smelling and tasting vinegary - YES, you can taste it too! Repeat the feeding process and place the jar in the same location • Day 5 (Starter is ready to use) - It’s THE day. The starter should have #bulked up and should look very bubbly and frothy! If you stir, it should feel loose and webbed • How to keep the starter alive - Discard half (or better yet, use!) and ‘feed’ it with new flour & water

#DidYouKnow that traditional #sourdough bread doesn’t need baker’s yeast to rise? The leavening occurs by the use of a ‘starter’ - a sticky batter of flour and water, that is #fermented using environmental yeast. The starter takes on a sourness due to the wild yeast it contains, thus imparting a subtle tang to the baked #bread. Hence the name sourdough! If you’re keen to try your hand at making your own starter, it takes 5 days and is very simple. Here’s how to make and “feed” the starter to keep it alive: • Day 1 (Initiate the starter) - Using in wide-mouth glass jar, mix ¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour with ½ cup filtered water. Use a fork to incorporate all the dry flour. It should be like a sticky thick paste, like peanut butter. Scrape down the sides & place the lid lightly or a wet towel to keep the moisture in, and let it sit at room temperature on the kitchen counter for 24 hours • Day 2 (Feed the starter) - You may see very few bubbles. This means the wild yeast have started making themselves at home in your starter. If you don’t see any bubbles, keep it for a little longer - upto 48 hours. Today, add another ¾ cup + 2 tbsp of flour and ½ cup of filtered water to your starter and stir vigorously, until combined. Let the mixture sit loosely covered in the same place/conditions or above the refrigerator for another 24 hours • Day 3 (Feed it again) - By now your starter should have doubled in volume, looking like a #honeycomb. It will smell a bit pungent. Feed the starter (¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour and ½ cup filtered water) and stir until combined. Scrape down the sides again and cover it loosely with a lid or a wet cloth. Secure it for another 24 hours • Day 4 (Feed, feed, feed) - Check your starter, it should look very #bubbly. It should be smelling and tasting vinegary - YES, you can taste it too! Repeat the feeding process and place the jar in the same location • Day 5 (Starter is ready to use) - It’s THE day. The starter should have #bulked up and should look very bubbly and frothy! If you stir, it should feel loose and webbed • How to keep the starter alive - Discard half (or better yet, use!) and ‘feed’ it with new flour & water

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Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye / 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast / 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread / 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread / 550

Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye / 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast / 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread / 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread / 550

Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye / 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast / 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread / 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread / 550

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Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye | 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast | 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread | 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread | 550

Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye | 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast | 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread | 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread | 550

Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye | 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast | 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread | 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread | 550

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From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

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From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

From promoting gut health to aiding in weight loss and diabetes control, there are several benefits to consuming #AppleCiderVinegar. But with its super sour flavour, is there a palatable way to consume it? Our Culinary Strategist, @swasti_aggarwal shares the morning ritual she swears by - stir together a tart tonic by mixing 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, 200 ml of cold water and 1 tsp of raw #honey. This simple drink is great to start off your morning, and tastes just like a light #lemonade. What are your #morning must-haves? Let us know in the comments below.

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We’re eyeing @the_foodiediaries’s Honey Fridge Cake for a weekend #kitchenproject! The best part? It needs only 5 ingredients! What you’ll need: • Butter - ½ cup • Digestive or Marie biscuits - 200g • Dark chocolate - 300g, chopped • Honey - ⅓ cup • Hazelnuts - ⅔ cup, chopped Method: 1. Line a loaf pan with parchment paper 2. Crush the biscuits - you want the broken biscuits to be of different shapes and sizes (not fine crumbs). The easiest way is to put the biscuits in a ziplock bag and crush them with a rolling pin 3. Melt the #butter over the stove. You can go the extra mile by browning the butter - that is, keep stirring the melted butter until it starts to sizzle and foam. You will know the butter has browned once it starts to smell beautifully buttery, nutty and rich! 4. Next, remove the melted (brown) butter from the heat and stir in the chocolate and #honey until combined. You can keep a few spoonfuls aside for the glaze 5. Fold in the crushed biscuits and nuts, using a spatula to combine everything evenly 6. Spread the mixture into the prepared loaf tin, pressing down gently with the spatula. Spoon the reserved #chocolate glaze over the top 7. Refrigerate for a few hours, before slicing and serving. You can also store the sliced bars refrigerated in an airtight container and serve fridge-cold

We’re eyeing @the_foodiediaries’s Honey Fridge Cake for a weekend #kitchenproject! The best part? It needs only 5 ingredients! What you’ll need: • Butter - ½ cup • Digestive or Marie biscuits - 200g • Dark chocolate - 300g, chopped • Honey - ⅓ cup • Hazelnuts - ⅔ cup, chopped Method: 1. Line a loaf pan with parchment paper 2. Crush the biscuits - you want the broken biscuits to be of different shapes and sizes (not fine crumbs). The easiest way is to put the biscuits in a ziplock bag and crush them with a rolling pin 3. Melt the #butter over the stove. You can go the extra mile by browning the butter - that is, keep stirring the melted butter until it starts to sizzle and foam. You will know the butter has browned once it starts to smell beautifully buttery, nutty and rich! 4. Next, remove the melted (brown) butter from the heat and stir in the chocolate and #honey until combined. You can keep a few spoonfuls aside for the glaze 5. Fold in the crushed biscuits and nuts, using a spatula to combine everything evenly 6. Spread the mixture into the prepared loaf tin, pressing down gently with the spatula. Spoon the reserved #chocolate glaze over the top 7. Refrigerate for a few hours, before slicing and serving. You can also store the sliced bars refrigerated in an airtight container and serve fridge-cold

We’re eyeing @the_foodiediaries’s Honey Fridge Cake for a weekend #kitchenproject! The best part? It needs only 5 ingredients! What you’ll need: • Butter - ½ cup • Digestive or Marie biscuits - 200g • Dark chocolate - 300g, chopped • Honey - ⅓ cup • Hazelnuts - ⅔ cup, chopped Method: 1. Line a loaf pan with parchment paper 2. Crush the biscuits - you want the broken biscuits to be of different shapes and sizes (not fine crumbs). The easiest way is to put the biscuits in a ziplock bag and crush them with a rolling pin 3. Melt the #butter over the stove. You can go the extra mile by browning the butter - that is, keep stirring the melted butter until it starts to sizzle and foam. You will know the butter has browned once it starts to smell beautifully buttery, nutty and rich! 4. Next, remove the melted (brown) butter from the heat and stir in the chocolate and #honey until combined. You can keep a few spoonfuls aside for the glaze 5. Fold in the crushed biscuits and nuts, using a spatula to combine everything evenly 6. Spread the mixture into the prepared loaf tin, pressing down gently with the spatula. Spoon the reserved #chocolate glaze over the top 7. Refrigerate for a few hours, before slicing and serving. You can also store the sliced bars refrigerated in an airtight container and serve fridge-cold

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