Drink and derive: The joy of guilt-free beverage

The morning cuppa tea/coffee and cricket are religion in India. For most Indians, the morning cuppa is literal ‘eye opener’ in the morning. Besides, it’s daily routine for office goers to make their mandatory visits to the chai-thela (pushcart tea) that dot outside their swanky buildings. And stirring up a strong cuppa coffee for late […]

‘Ouch’ potato? – 7 healthy ways to embrace potato

The humble potato is easily the most underrated edible substance in the nutritional world. Think of losing those extra pounds and the messiahs of dieting would pounce on you to renounce the poor underground vegetable. Undoubtedly, as the old saying  goes – “anything in excess isn’t good”, excess of this starchy veggie is not good […]

Code Red: Expressing love with food

Red is synonymous with life, and our cherubic cupid loves it too. A dash of red and voila! Food looks irresistible. Pressed for time but want the food to look special for a special day? Here’s how red can help you avoid a vanilla celebration. Blood rush                       […]

Make It Happen: Romantic Dinner for Two

Fancy restaurants and overpriced food is your idea of spending quality time with your partner? What if we give you reasons and ways to stay in, enjoy each other’s company and make it a memorable day?  Three reasons you should consider a stay-at-home dinner: Absolute Privacy It is just the two of you without the din […]

6 #NoSugar Ways to Ring in the Season of Love

February is upon us and we are thinking of doing things a little differently this year. While tradition dictates we sweeten the deal and overdose on chocolates on Valentine’s Day, we are steering away from all of that sugar and giving it our own savory twist. This is our attempt to put together a list […]

Guest Post – Granny’s Sesame Tomato Chutney

Stuti, the Impatient Baker trusted us with her granny’s chutney recipe – Tomato Sesame and Potato chutney, which interestingly doubles up as a dry curry to pair with roti, sandwich spread and even a snack of its own. Here’s the recipe in her words: This recipe is a ‘passed down through generations’ type of deal. […]

Fruit Me Up – 9 ways to eat more fruits

Fruit is good for you but there are only so many ways you can have it on a daily basis. There’s fresh fruit juice & you can have it raw as is or in a salad. Right? Wrong, think again. What if we were to tell you that you can have your fruit and eat […]

The Great Indian Biryani Cocktail – A Heady Mix of Cultures

Image Courtesy: mayagroupjaipur.wordpress.com Though Farsi by name, Biryani has traveled far and wide since its regal entrance at legendary kings’ meal tables and has left many a distinct local flavors in each pot and ladle it kissed along. Cut to the innumerous Nizam, Nafees and Kareem’s biryani joints around from where you live, lived or hope […]

Low Calorie Food that doesn’t hurt or keep you hungry

Watching your calorie count to lose weight? You don’t have to starve yourself or comprise on flavoursome food. In fact doing so would mean losing out on health not the extra calories. Choose healthy food and meal combinations that give you full flavour with no extra guilt. Here are few ground rules for maintaining a […]

Makar Sankranti traditional delicacies

Makar Sankranti marks the arrival of spring and a farewell to chilly winters. The beauty of this festival is that it finds a different interpretation in each part of the country. This is true for both, customs as well as the food. We bring to you 5 different Makar Sankranti traditional delicacies to revel this occasion: […]

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