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  • This dessert will make stomach churn

    Bangkok: It might turn some stomachs, but a dessert-maker in Thailand has been flooded with orders ever since she started crafting gelatinous sweets into the shape and colour of dog poop.

  • 5 easy vegetarian dishes to try this Ramzan Eid

    Eid-Ul-Fitr also known as Ramzan Eid or Meethi Eid is one of the most import days for Muslims as the day marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The reason behind people also calling it Meethi Eid is because Muslims welcome the day with something sweet. People come together and enjoy huge feasts that offers an array of dishes like Kebabs, Biryani, Nihari, Seviyan, Phirni, Malpua and more. Though it is hard

  • Give a healthy twist to that morning meal for kids

    With the advent of school year, parents start the struggle to make children’s breakfast not just tasty but also healthy. Sapna Sarfare shows them the way to make their kids stay active with food.

  • Late-night picks for Mumbai’s hungry souls

    Food is always around the corner for those looking for a hearty snack late at night when everything seems to be shut. After a round of dancing at the local club, most people head to different parts in the city, thanking their stars they have options in a bustling city like Mumbai. Boshika Gupta gives a list of places that serve delicious plates of food afterhours

  • Wines

    What makes wine smell better?

    Berlin, A fungal infection in grapes known as ‘bunch rot’ improves the aroma of wine, providing it increased levels of fruity and vanilla notes, scientists say.

  • Why Ramzan is actually a foodie’s delight

    At the advent of Ramzan, Nikita Wadhawan talks to food bloggers as they dish out their favourite treats for the holy month  

  • food

    There’s a lot you can do with eggs

    Eggs are for all seasons. Sapna Sarfare finds ways to prepare offbeat egg dishes for any time of the year

  • This summer, savour food with a tasteful twist

    Summer becomes more fun with some special fruits, veggies and dishes. Sapna Sarfare finds out a way to make the ordinary, extraordinary with a dash of lip-smacking makeover

  • Home grown food enterprise takes the cue!

    Home-based small food business is gaining a large consumer base, thanks to the niche products and clients they cater to. Poorva Tamhane delves into the strategy behind such successful enterprises

    The public appetite for good and honest has been a long time coming in India. People today travel far and wide which has brought them in contact with cuisine that they would like to sample and taste even when they’re back home. And