• BlogChatter A to Z,  Food

    The goodness of Dates/ Dates and Oats Laddoo

    What are Dates? Dates are actually dated back to back at least 50 million years ago. This soft chewy fruit from the palm tree has been the staple food of the Middle East ever since.  Most Muslims consider the date as sacred and even break the religious fast during the month of Ramadam with dried dates.  Dates are the derived fruit of the date palm tree that is grown in many tropical regions of the world. Dates have become quite a popular world over due to its health benefits. They are even high in important nutrients needed for good health and have a variety of advantages and uses. Dates are…

  • 10 Most Amazing Recipes From North-East India
    Food,  Lifestyle

    10 Most Amazing Recipes From North-East India

    Are you one of the guys who love experiencing different food varieties from different cultures? If yes then we can confidently say you are going to fall in love with these 10 most amazing recipes from North-East India. But why they are so amazing? As we know, the core reason is the assimilation of multicultural elements. Yes, it is true that the north-eastern part of India is assimilated with too many cultures and this is the reason, why we can see here so many divisions in dressings, languages, festivals, and food. In this article, we are going to explore the 10 most amazing recipes from North-East India and also deeply…

  • Food,  Lifestyle

    The Authentic Recipe of Parsi Bhakra ( Biscuit type Donut)

     Parsi Bhakra Recipe I can proudly proclaim to be married into a Parsi bhakra loving family. I clearly remember my mother-in-law making Parsi bhakras in her Dahanu home every Sunday, cooling them and packing them in a big stainless steel box for her son. It was a ritual she never skipped, once all the other household work was done it was  Parsi Bhakra Recipe time. A big thali was taken and all the ingredients were mixed with a heavy hand. My mother-in-law would instruct the maid to knead with a heavy hand and add according to the recipe in her head. She never used measured proportions yet the bhakras turned…

  • Food,  Lifestyle

    Street Food of Mumbai Tour – Vile Parle

    Street Food Of Mumbai My face always lights up when my friend or sister asks me, “Annu, Coming for Pani Puri?”. There is no fixed time for this dish because any time is Panipuri O Clock. It’s the most loved street food of Mumbai and I just cannot resist it. Can you imagine my excitement when a few foodie friends of mine decided to do a street food walk and included me too in their plans? I was very excited like a child. There is so much to discover even in the streets, every nook and corner has a food story to tell. This was our first of this experimental…