By Avik Chattopadhyay Despite close to 14% of India’s population, at around 190 million people going hungry every day, the country is accounted for 68.7
By Avik Chattopadhyay To eat veg or non-veg, to eat meat or not, to eat fish or not – These have been the dilemmas for
By Avik Chattopadhyay Many of us have fond memories of our hostel life. Alongside everything else of that phase, comfort foods like Maggi-on-bread and Milkmaid-on-bread
The Afghani Pulao from Arsalan is a pretty good substitute for Biryani if you are trying to have a break from the ’emotion’ (Read Biryani).
Rabri, the lip-smacking condensed-milk-based sweet dish is something not many can resist. Here is a journey to a place called Rabri gram, where rabri making
Veganism is being defined as a way of living that attempts to exclude all forms of animal exploitation and cruelty across everything, from food to
The Augratine with chicken I had was basically an improvised one in a typical Kolkata way, but was absolutely, truly, madly, deeply, finger-licking delicious. Augratine!
It was really interesting to know that Chinese people don’t know anything called chow mein, our quintessential Chinese street food. “What? Chow mein? What’s that?”