A small tea stall in the heart of South Kolkata has been strongly disrupting the cafe culture that emerged in India over the last decade.
Jaffna Grapes were farmed on over 100 hectares of land before the war. After the war, the trade has revived, but will the grape industry
India has a rich diversity in its culture, and one part of that is the wide variety of foods. While in the era of globalisation,
American journalist and author John Gunther wrote “All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast.” Breakfast is everything. The beginning, the first thing, the most important
Indian cuisines are considered to have the widest variety of foods, colours, spices in the world. How the typical Indian cuisine is evolving? The world
From being a milk deficient country till the ‘1960s, India has now become the world’s largest milk producer through ‘White Revolution’. In 1970, the country
Despite close to 14% of India’s population, at around 190 million people going hungry every day, the country is accounted for 68.7 million tonnes of
To eat veg or non-veg, to eat meat or not, to eat fish or not – These have been the dilemmas for many for a
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 were almost a
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?”