Masaba Gupta is a self-confessed foodie who likes to share her indulgences on social media. Despite her hectic schedule, the multi-talented star takes out time to treat her tastebuds to some drool-worthy food from time to time. On Thursday, Masaba shared an image of her sumptuous meal that is equal parts nutritious and flavourful. On Instagram Stories, Masaba has shared a glimpse of a platter loaded with idiyappams, a popular rice noodle dish from Kerala. This was paired with a preparation of red amaranth and cowpea curry cooked with a bunch of spices. On her plate, we could also
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It starts with an Instagram DM.
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PROVIDENCE — A new healthy food hub in South Providence will bring fresh produce to a community with limited options.
On Friday, elected officials joined local leaders to unveil the 12,000-square-foot facility run by the Southside Community Land Trust, a nonprofit organization founded more than 40 years ago to establish the first community garden in the area.
The expansive building at 404 Broad St. will house two restaurants, a small grocer offering produce and African foods and a farm-to-market center where farmers from Providence, Pawtucket, Central Falls and Cranston can bring their crops.
Margaret DeVos, the land trust’s executive director,