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Spend This Easter Bank Holiday Dining with eastZeast

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  • 31.03.2015
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  Easter weekend is only a stone’s throw away and we are all preparing for a wonderful four day weekend, full of food and fun. There will be a tirade of family friendly events up and down the country for everyone to enjoy, including sitting down to the ever famous Easter Lunch. But why not […]

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Scientists have Discovered What Makes Indian Food So Delicious

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  • 25.03.2015
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Obviously, here at eastZeast we know that Indian food is superior in taste compared to many other cuisines, however now it has been scientifically proven! Rich in flavours such as Cumin, Cardamom, Ginger, Coriander and authentic chillies, Indian cuisine has become popular all over the world. And our specialist chefs work hard to give you […]

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Does Indian Food Pair Well With Wine?

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  • 18.03.2015
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Indian Cuisine, is probably more commonly associated beers such as Kingfisher and Cobra, rather than a glass of wine, however selecting the right one can make a real difference to your meal. To help you with your choice, we have looked at the best wine to be paired with Indian dining. Wine has always been […]

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Vegetarian Dining at eastZeast

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  • 11.03.2015
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    There are many reasons behind why people choose to move towards a vegetarian or vegan diet. Some of these reasons include people wanting to live longer by improving their diet, living healthier lifestyles or wanting to contribute towards reducing pollution that is associated with eating a carnivorous diet. Other reasons include people wanting […]

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Would you be able to recognise a genuine Birmingham Balti?

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  • 05.03.2015
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The dish in question, the Birmingham Balti, is thought to have originated during the late 70s, when chefs specialising in making curries and other authentic Indian meals, began to adapt their cooking styles. In order to suit Western tastes, they began to make their dishes lighter, healthier and served faster. To create a genuine Birmingham […]

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