Would you like to try a beer called Bengali? Yes, Bengali

Bengali is the India Pale Ale sold by a popular beer brand based in New York, and it has a real Bong connection. Sixpoint Brewery, a popular New York-based beer brand, actually sells a beer called Bengali. The beer, Bengali, was originally called Bengali Tiger because of its orange colour. Picture courtesy: Instagram/littleamiilou And the … Continue reading Would you like to try a beer called Bengali? Yes, Bengali

Here are some Bars in Bangalore That Offer You Drinks at Affordable Costs

1. B-hive Image Source: zomato.com Where: 43/A, 1st Main, Near Wipro Park, Jakkasandra Road, Koramangala 1st Block, Bangalore Happy Hours: All Day every day 2+1 available on Hard Liquor & Cocktails Cost for 2: Rs. 1200/- 2. Downtown Image Source: pixabay.com Where: Residency Plaza, 41 & 42, Residency Road, Bangalore Happy Hours: 10:00am to 6:00pm Cost for 2: Rs. 800/- 3. Easy … Continue reading Here are some Bars in Bangalore That Offer You Drinks at Affordable Costs

7 Foods You Should Never Have On An Empty Stomach

1. Spicy food  Eating spices and chillies on an empty stomach may irritate the stomach lining which can lead to acidic reactions and cramps. They are pungent in nature and can trigger indigestion. 2. Sugary foods or drinks Though majority of us are under the impression that it is healthy to have a glass of … Continue reading 7 Foods You Should Never Have On An Empty Stomach

This is why World War II soldiers ate so much candy

Combat operations are hard and grueling work. The amount of calories expended are incredible. It was discovered very early on that the nutritional requirements are far above the normal diet of the average person. Consequently, combat rations that could provide a density of calories and carbohydrates in a very small space with a very long … Continue reading This is why World War II soldiers ate so much candy

Before refrigerators were invented, This is how people preserved their food

They used to use a glorified ice chest called an ice box. The non-mechanical device was literally kept cold using ice and was made using hollow walls lined with tin or zinc and packed with various insulating materials such as cork, sawdust, straw or seaweed.  Insulating materials to keep the cold in.  It was probably … Continue reading Before refrigerators were invented, This is how people preserved their food

A feast for the eyes: Indian food stylists reveal how to get that perfect shot of rice and curry

Sujata Sadr nervously adjusted slivers of bright green pickled chillies and black mustard seeds on a piece of dhokla, a spongy Gujarati snack made with gram flour. There had to be just the right amount of the little black seeds on top – not too many, not too few. A team from Bikanerwala, an Indian … Continue reading A feast for the eyes: Indian food stylists reveal how to get that perfect shot of rice and curry

Some Indian food items that can compete with pizza and burgers

The major problem in India is that we are not proud about our owns..we really like to follow the west blindly. Fact is that, there are many Indian food which can not only compete  Pizza, burgers but actually can beat them. Here are few.. 1. Kolkata's Roll 2. Chicken Tikka 3. Dosa 4. Luchi or … Continue reading Some Indian food items that can compete with pizza and burgers

Amazon plans to invest $500m in food retail, brick & mortar stores

US e-commerce major Amazon has drawn up plans to invest $500 million in food retail in India, including brick and mortar stores, food processing minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal said on Thursday. She said Germany's Metro Cash & Carry has also shown interest in starting 50 stores in the country, including food retail. Apart from these, … Continue reading Amazon plans to invest $500m in food retail, brick & mortar stores

Some Unique Prasads at Temples in India!

'Prasada' literally means a gracious gift. It denotes anything, typically an edible food, that is first offered to a deity, saint, Perfect Master or an avatar, and then distributed in His or Her name to their followers or others as a good sign. The prasada is then considered to have the deity's blessing residing within it. … Continue reading Some Unique Prasads at Temples in India!

Is having fruits for dinner a good idea?Here’s What we think

There is a saying “In mornings, eat like a king; afternoon, like a prince; night, like a pauper”. The concept is that dinner should be light and easy to digest as we go to the ‘Fast Mode’ while we sleep. No physical activity, thus are required to keep it simple. Scientists have proven that what, … Continue reading Is having fruits for dinner a good idea?Here’s What we think