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Indian-Inspired BBQ Recipes

At Royal Nawaab London we have been enjoying the wonderful sunshine and trying to appreciate the rare UK moments of warm weather. Whilst you can, you need to get your BBQ sets out and take advantage before the rains return. You can just stick to the favourites of a traditional BBQ like burgers, sausages, kebabs …
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Indian-Inspired BBQ Recipes

We’ve had the first sunny weekends of the year and many Britons have tentatively moved out into the garden and lit their BBQ sets. Whilst some are satisfied with just being able to enjoy regular BBQ far outside with only 2 layers on, many will be looking for something a bit different, something a little …
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Vienna’s Sweet Tooth Tantalised by Indian Treats

Vienna is recognised as one of the historical cultural capitals of Europe and of the world. Artists, musicians and chefs have refined their skills in this city full of aristocracy and rich, educated tastes. Now, more than ever, the good people of Vienna are turning out en masse to enjoy the sweet treats of Indian …
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Nawaab Opens its Doors to Specialist Support School

Nawaab Manchester was delighted to host a meal for The Birches earlier this week. The Birches is a specialist support school based in Didsbury, that provides full time education for primary school-age children with a variety of specialist support needs. The school provides exceptional care and support for children who would not benefit from attending …
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Vir Sanghvi Discusses Indian Food Culture of the Past 10 Years

Hindustan Times’ resident foodie, Vir Sanghvi has discussed the changing culinary culture in India over the past decade, citing major changes and leaps in how society perceives food and the options available. In a remarkably short period of time, Sanghvi demonstrates the radical change in the food available to Indian citizens. Both Indian and Western …
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