Samar Halarnkar
This is a column on easy, inventive cooking from a male perspective. Samar Halarnkar also writes the fortnightly science column Frontier Mail for Mint and is the author of the book The Married Man’s Guide to Creative Cooking—And Other Dubious Adventures.
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The kiddie menu of least resistance
Sat, Mar 21 2015. 12 18 AM

The kiddie menu of least resistance

Children will most easily accept food that they are involved with and food that they see you enjoying, says Samar Halarnkar
The curious case of the H1N1 mutation
Fri, Mar 20 2015. 11 51 AM

The curious case of the H1N1 mutation

India’s rejection of an MIT study on swine flu reveals a transcontinental trail of unanswered questions about the genetic data involved
Swine flu: Truth and terror
Thu, Feb 19 2015. 07 33 PM

Swine flu: Truth and terror

The toll from swine flu rises, but panic is pointless: the common flu can be as deadly
The easy route to burger heaven
Sat, Feb 07 2015. 01 00 AM

The easy route to burger heaven

Samar Halarnkar on how he turned hero by making the home burger
Hope from honeycombs
Thu, Feb 05 2015. 05 19 PM

Hope from honeycombs

A range of exotic, one-atom thin materials are being created in the race for tomorrow’s computers
Unexpected guests, unexpected benefits
Sat, Jan 24 2015. 12 10 AM

Unexpected guests, unexpected benefits

How to master the impromptu dinner and use it to make you fitter and faster
India and the new epoch
Thu, Jan 22 2015. 05 36 PM

India and the new epoch

At Davos, economic leaders hear that the age of humanity, the Anthropocene, now guides the planet’s future
First encounters and second thoughts
Sat, Jan 10 2015. 12 47 AM

First encounters and second thoughts

Things you wait for endlessly are sometimes a bit of a letdown. But not always, as a family holiday in Matheran reveals
The invisible factory
Fri, Jan 09 2015. 09 03 AM

The invisible factory

Scientists trick bacteria to churn out chemicals faster than ever. Is the age of the bacterial factory at hand?
Why sons must get into the kitchen
Sat, Dec 27 2014. 12 51 AM

Why sons must get into the kitchen

The domination of the Indian man over the woman will not end unless change begins at home, the source of distorted masculinity

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