I agree, Fauzia; the exhibition is a beautiful tribute to the country’s rich past. Karen, editor They certainly prove being successful usually has nothing to do with fame and money. Silvena Rowe is an amazing chef who is now picking up award after award.
Iloved last week’s articles on Ishita Malaviya, India’s first professional female surfer (‘Ruling the waves’), and Chhavi Rajawat, the female Indian village chief (‘Agent of change’).
These two women are role models for young girls who are bombarded with messages that celebrity and wealth are what matters in today’s society.
They prove that obstacles and opposition can eventually
Iwas shocked to read about Jamie Oliver and his hot temper (‘What not to do with a chilli: Jamie’s hot parenting guide’, November 28). I agree that kids need to be punished if they behave badly but by tricking his 12-yearold daughter into eating one of the hottest chillies is a breach of trust.
It was disgusting that he was laughing at her discomfort. For Jamie’s sake, I hope his daughter
The recipes by Silvena Rowe this week were absolutely stunning (‘Abra-kebab-ra!’ November 28). They looked delicious but none of them were too complicated or challenging so even a novice cook like me could make them. They turned out exactly like the photographs so now I’ll be dishing them up at my next barbecue.
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