As the title suggests, it is obviously the third story of this blog series about our food trip to Kerala. You may read previous stories here – Part1 and Part2. Our first homestay in Kochi was riverside and our second homestay was with lake-view. So, obviously our third homestay was with beach-view. We travelled to […]Read More Eatploration in Kerala – Part 3
This is continuation from our previous blog post. Contrary to our earlier post, we would like to cover travel and experience more in this blog post when compared to talking about foods. Kerala has almost all sorts of experiences ranging from beaches, backwaters (boating), rivers, falls, mountains etc., We covered rivers, backwaters and beaches in […]Read More Eatploration in Kerala – Part 2
Kerala is one of the southern states of India covered by ocean on the west and beautiful mountain ranges on the east. That way, Kerala is home to wonderful seafood as it has plenty of fishes, prawns and crabs in its coastal region and all sorts of spices in its mountainous regions. And, they have […]Read More Eatploration in Kerala – Part 1
Comfort foods are the food items on which people have high nostalgic or sentimental values while they are mostly high in carbohydrate level. To quote some examples, Idlies, Dosas, Rotis, Steamed white rice are some of the pan-Indian comfort foods. Every family in India consume leastways one of the above at least once a day […]Read More Indian comfort foods in zero carbs!
One fine day, we decided to put up our first ever food stall in a colourful Holi celebration event in our apartment. It was fun planning for the menu and coming up with pricing for them. We had several late night discussions and each of them helped us fine-tune our whole plan. We broadly devised […]Read More Thrilling story of our first food stall!
Sometimes we won’t understand the power of simple things in life. Idli is one such thing. If you haven’t heard of the name – Idli – ever, let me take the honour to introduce it to you. In a nutshell, Idlies are steamed soft ellipsoid balls made with fermented batter of soaked rice and urad […]Read More World Idli Day
People tend to explore something new always in their life. It depends on the person’s interests. For foodies, exploration is mostly on cooking and eating. Actually, that is the main reason why we named our culinary channel as Cookploration. And, we also like to appreciate all good food that we get to eat outside. That […]Read More Eatploration: Authentic Burmese Cuisine in Bangalore
“Unity in diversity” is the policy of India. Because, India has diverse set of languages, communities and cultures. Consequently, India enjoys diverse set of foods and cuisines as well. Muslim cuisine is best known for their Briyani and Kebabs. Every non-vegetarian in India awaits to eat Ramzan special Briyani from a Muslim friend. Such is […]Read More Eatploration: Authentic Muslim Cuisine in Bangalore
Pondicherry, officially known as Puducherry, is an Indian Union Territory. It is a coastal region located below Chennai and still has many foreigners living in the place. It is a major tourist attraction due to beaches, booze, lakes, Auroville, White Town among other things. But, here, we are primarily going to focus on the food […]Read More Eatploration: Pondicherry – Organic Food + more!
Most people are already tired of arguments about eating meat for food. Vegetarians claim that killing animals for food is morally wrong and unacceptable. Meat-eaters counter that with an argument saying killing animals for food is nature’s design. Okay, let us put that debate to rest and ask another new question – “Why do people […]Read More Why should meat-eaters have all the fun?
For a change, we are going to write a bed-time story for kids in this post. There’s a not-widely-known good thing about a fable. Apart from implanting good morals on kid’s heart, it also reiterates those morals to the adult who is reciting stories for kids. Without further ado, let us move on to the […]Read More Fable – A Journey Of Rice!
Around 20 years ago, software industries started to bloom in India. Colloquially, software companies were called “computer company” in rural areas. My grandma was from one such rural place and she didn’t have any idea about softwares and computers. Obviously, as a kid, I was intrigued by computers and would argue with her that computer […]Read More Mechanical Chef – A Culinary Robot