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
Sirukilangu, when directly translated from Tamil means “Small Tuber”. But it is generally called “Native potato” or “Chinese potato” and biology calls it as Plectranthus rotundifolius. Though it is called Chinese Potato, these edible tubers are available only in some regions of India, Malaysia, Srilanka, Indonesia and West Africa. Sirukilangu is overwhelmingly a subsistence crop, which means […]Read More Sirukilangu Varuval – A Rare Gem
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
Usually most of the countries encourage diversity in food and hence have restaurants serving different cuisines of origin from different countries. But, India is a special country which has a lot many different cuisines spread across different regions of India itself. Off those cuisines from India, we have interesting set of cuisines namely coastal cuisines […]Read More Eatploration – Fishland-15 Bangalore
This is our first post in Eatploration category. We are planning to write our reviews on restaurant foods and food trips under this new category – Eatploration. To kick off this, we will write about our Bangkok Street Food Tour. Firstly, we thank Mark Wiens, famous food Vlogger, for his Bangkok Street Food guide which […]Read More Eatploration – Bangkok Street Food Tour
You may steam cook rice and you may pressure cook spicy mutton curry, but when you cook both together it is a Mutton Briyani. Okay, that first line is to give a simplified understanding of what Briyani is. In fact, History of Briyani suggests the same when Mughal Kings wanted to cook rice and meat […]Read More Briyani – A spicy tranquillizer!
Vadai , sometimes referred as Vada in some parts of India, is an ultimate snack of India. Vadai finds a special place especially in families of Tamilnadu, a southern state of India. A famous fable told to almost any kid growing up in Tamilnadu involves a crow stealing a Vadai and fox cunningly plan to […]Read More Vadai – The ultimate snack!
Gooseberry is one of a rarest thing which has a dynamic taste. When you take a bite of it, initially it will be bitter and slowly turns into sour taste and finally ends with a sweet taste. This one single ingredient can give a tour of taste to your thousands of taste buds in your […]Read More Gooseberry Soup – A journey of taste!
Koottanchoru, in Tamil language, approximately translates to “Rice made with a group”. It could be perceived as a rice dish made with a group of vegetables or it could be deciphered as a dish made with a group of people, probably friends or family. Yes, often childhood friends play by making fire and trying to […]Read More Koottanchoru – Allegory of a human life