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?
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
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