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!
Do you know what is worse than an Indian summer? The answer is “Indian summer at its peak”. Though we see summer as a displeasure, nature grants us with many fruit seasons only during this time. Tender coconuts, Ice Apples, Mangoes and Water Melons start to decorate road-side shops during this season. Though they are […]Read More Summer Recipes
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!
Inspirations are everywhere. Especially when it comes to food, we often get inspired from other recipes. We try to take ideas from a foreign recipe and try to localize it or we take two or more different recipes and try to blend them into one special recipe. Many times such experiments lead to disaster output. […]Read More Koppara Kathirikkai – A successful experiment!
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
Late October till December end is a very happening time throughout India. We get a lot of holidays during this season. It also marks a epidemic season and gets a huge rainfall especially in southern regions of India. Everyone plan their vacation and execute them. Major festivals of many religions and regions happen during this […]Read More Diwali – A festival of crackers
Have you heard of Swiss Army Knife? It is a tiny tool, rather a toolset, which packs a lot many useful tools to carry inside your pocket. When you want to do a small job which requires a mechanical tool, all you need will be a Swiss Army Knife almost irrespective of that mechanical job. […]Read More Multipurpose Masala – A Kitchen Saviour
What would you do if your daily food gets boring and you’re too lazy to cook with stove or microwave? What is the solution for people living in hostels or studio apartment without any kitchen space? What snacks can be made by even a 10 -year-old kid without much help from adults? Keeping these kinds […]Read More Fireless & Wireless Cooking – Part 1
Sometimes we cringe why some of the tastiest dishes are classified as unhealthy and Parotta is one such unhealthy indulgent food. Parotta comes in different shapes and forms and even in different spellings and this post is not intended to cover that exhaustive list. Instead we may touch upon those list and also appreciate the […]Read More Parotta – An artful delight
Many people love to cook and eat seafood but they just don’t know all the tricks to buy good fishes, prawns, crabs etc., Especially, buying fishes from Indian fish market is a big art in itself. During our childhood, noisy and naughty classrooms in schools have been compared to Indian fish markets. Such is the […]Read More The fishy market – Where you buy fish!