Free Press Journal
  • 5 rare and expensive food items to try before you die

    They say you don’t need a silver fork to enjoy a good meal. For a normal person, a good meal need not be very expensive. But there are people who don’t mind paying a little extra for a really good dish, especially if it’s made from rare and expensive food items.

  • Chef Special: Try these offbeat kebabs this winter

    There is nothing better than some hot piping kebabs to win over winter. Sapna Sarfare brings chow on making offbeat kebabs that add extra spice to the chill.

  • Dessert Garden Festival

    A jaw-dropping dessert festival is returning to Mumbai and it is a must visit!

    Admit it! Desserts are the ride to heaven, solution to turn a bad day around and companion in our loneliness. From ice-cream to sponge cake, from gulab jamun to brownie, people around the world indulge in their favourite combination to satisfy their sweet tooth. But if are you stuck with the same old choice and want to try something out of the box? Head to ‘Dessert Garden Edition 7’ happening this weekend

  • Food talk with Chef Renato Viola

    Preeja Aravind catches up with the chef who is also a champion acrobatic pizza guy for a quick chat

  • Chef Special! Traditional Indian sweets with modern twists

    Tapapriya Lahiri takes the festive spirit a notch higher by handpicking a few high-profile chefs around the country who are going to make their guests drool by presenting scrumptious and traditional Indian sweets with modern twists

  • Sharad Purnima 2017: 5 kheer recipes to try this Kojagiri Purnima

    Sharad Purnima or Kojagiri Purnima holds a great significance in Hinduism. The harvest festival is celebrated in the Hindu month of Ashvin, which falls in the Gregorian months of September or October. It is believed that on this night moon showers elixir of life on Earth through its beams. There is a tradition of preparing kheer on Sharad Purnima. The kheer is kept under the moonlight throughout the night so that the

  • International Coffee Day: Get Coffee in your food

    On International Coffee Day, Sapna Sarfare thinks of ways of incorporating this powerhouse ingredient not just into your morning cup but also your food — right from snacks to main course and dessert

  • Navratri 2017: What and why to offer bhog

    Navratri in Sanskrit translates to ‘Nine nights’. These nine nights are dedicated to the nine forms of Goddess Durga known as Navdurga. On each of these nights, nine different manifestations of the Goddess is worshipped. The nine forms of Durga are Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandarghanta, Kushmanda, Skand Mata, Katyayani, Kaalratri, Mahagauri and Siddhidatri. These goddesses are pleased with special offerings, called as bhog, that has their own significance. Here is a day-wise list of