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  • Beat the Summer Heat with Fruits and Juices

    Beat the Summer Heat with Fruits and Juices

    Fruit juices can be easily made at home and homemade juices are more pure, healthy and beneficial. Eating a diet rich in fruits has got numerous health benefits as it offers you a rich source of nutrients and minerals.

  • 10 Popular Easter Dishes

    10 Popular Easter Dishes

    Surprise your guests this Easter with fabulous ham and egg recipes and give them a brunch or dinner they will remember for a long time.

  • Tamil New Year – Significance and Recipes

    Tamil New Year – Significance and Recipes

    The Tamil New Year is more popularly called the “Tamil Puthandu”, and is celebrated every year on the 13th or 14th of April in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It marks the first day of the year, according to the Tamil calendar, the beginning of the month of Chittirai.

  • 20 Nutritional and Health Benefits of Papaya

    20 Nutritional and Health Benefits of Papaya

    Papaya is an amazing fruit with loads of benefits. It is extremely delicious and often called the ‘fruit of angels’. Using it on a regular basis keeps you healthy, gives you the nutrition required, and also keeps you fresh and lively

  • Ugadi – Nava Varsh

    Ugadi – Nava Varsh

    While it is called Ugadi in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, in Maharashtra it is known as “Gudipadawa”. In other states such as in Punjab, it is celebrated in the name of Baisaki, in Tamil Nadu “Puthandu”, in Kerala “Vishu” Poila Baishak in West Bengal and “Bihu” in Assam. Though, this festival is given different names in various States, it is celebrated in the same manner with much gusto.

  • 10 Popular Holi Recipes

    10 Popular Holi Recipes

    There is a host of customary delicacies that are thoroughly relished on Holi festival, which makes the occasion further enjoyable. Here are ten traditional Holi recipes that can brighten up the colors your Holi:

  • Health Benefits of Flaxseed

    Health Benefits of Flaxseed

    In its natural seed form, flax is also a source of protein, unsaturated fats and vital minerals. For those who want to boost their dietary health, these little seeds are a great way to get started.

  • 11 Foods that Increase Metabolism

    11 Foods that Increase Metabolism

    Metabolism can simply be regarded as the process by which the human body breaks down ingested food to produce energy that the body needs to maintain itself.

  • Health Benefits of Bananas

    Health Benefits of Bananas

    Most people underestimate banana as just another fruit till they discover the numerous health benefits and even more reasons to add them to their diet. Besides the health benefits, bananas make great snacks and delicious smoothies. Eat a banana to know why monkeys are so happy and smart.

  • Cocktail Recipes for Valentine’s Day

    Cocktail Recipes for Valentine’s Day

    Valentine’s Day is a special day that celebrates love; and any celebration is incomplete without food and drink. Here are some romantic cocktails you to set in the Valentine’s Day mood.

  • Simple Summer Cocktails

    Simple Summer Cocktails

    Cocktails add that zing to the summer season. With the making of those restaurant-fancy cocktail recipes becoming more and more complex, we tend to look for easy recipes. Find a selection of easy-to-make cocktail recipes in this article.

  • The Cuisine of West Bengal

    The Cuisine of West Bengal

    West Bengal has always been famous for its mouthwatering dishes. Although the staple food of the state revolves around rice and fish, there are too many varieties that you can never have enough of and you would eventually want to try out each of the dishes.

  • Health Benefits of Baby Corn

    Health Benefits of Baby Corn

    Baby corn is basically corn that is harvested earlier. At this point of time, the ears are very small and not fully formed. This miniature size and look causes it to be named as “candle corn” in some of the Thai cookbooks.

  • 10 Popular Vegetarian Biryani and Pulao Dishes

    10 Popular Vegetarian Biryani and Pulao Dishes

    Rice happens to be a major part of diet in India. Many people think making these delicacies takes a lot of time and energy. Good use of spices and mixing up the rice in an expert manner makes these dishes smell and taste wonderful.

  • Top 10 South Indian Breakfast Dishes

    Top 10 South Indian Breakfast Dishes

    Start making these dishes at home and make variations according to your likes. Balanced meal at the beginning of the day makes everyone feel good and happy. There is nothing tough in making these South Indian delicacies.

  • 10 Foods that Lower Blood Pressure

    10 Foods that Lower Blood Pressure

    Out of all the natural remedies to lower the already high blood pressure, most involve your diet. Bad eating habits can lead one to the grave in a deadly way hence checking on the diet and eating habits needs to be started real early.

  • Indian Food Bloggers to watch in 2014

    Indian Food Bloggers to watch in 2014

    Find out which Indian food bloggers are worth keeping an eye on in 2014.

  • 80 Christmas Wallpapers

    80 Christmas Wallpapers

    Christmas is just around the corner. Besides decorating the house and making plans for Christmas Lunch or Dinner, give you desktop a bit of a seasonal cheer with the lovely Christmas Wallpapers.

  • 10 Christmas Recipes for Kids

    10 Christmas Recipes for Kids

    Christmas is a great festival when people visit each other’s home for merry making and parties. Kids have a great time this season as they can play lots, eat lots and get plenty of gifts. Start making these innovative recipes this Christmas and make the kids feel special.

  • Top 30 Indian Food Bloggers

    Top 30 Indian Food Bloggers

    A compilation of Top 30 Indian Food Bloggers of 2013. Bloggers who showcase and present the simplicity and taste of Indian Cuisine.

  • Enjoy the Party with Popular Cocktails

    Enjoy the Party with Popular Cocktails

    The concept of party cocktails has really caught up. Throwing a party is the best way to say thanks to your office staff and also to your business associates.

  • Why Champagne Is So Bubbly

    Why Champagne Is So Bubbly

    The bubbles in champagne are a result of carbonization. This is no ordinary carbonization, the kind you can find in aerated drinks. There are long drawn processes that cause the carbonization in champagne. Without the bubbles caused by carbonization champagne is just like any other wine. It is the addition of bubbles in the wine converts it into champagne or sparkling wine.

  • How to Cure a Hangover

    How to Cure a Hangover

    The minute you open your eyes the next morning after a terrific and no-holds barred drinking spree, you feel dizzy and sick, and head splitting into pieces and above all you feel severe dehydration and nausea. Your stomach crunches and in most cases alcohol still remains in the body system the next morning. Under the circumstances you need to follow the below mentioned tips to keep your hangover away and regain your lost composure.

  • Savor Thanksgiving Dinner with Indian Dishes

    Savor Thanksgiving Dinner with Indian Dishes

    Thanksgiving Dinner might seem to be a novel concept for Indians, but an Indian touch can be added to the concept by having a bash with Indian cuisine. Thanksgiving is simply the age old celebration of family members gathering under one roof and celebrating the night under the veil of offering gratefulness for everything good in their lives.

  • Nutrition For Children – How To Get Kids To Eat Healthier?

    Nutrition For Children – How To Get Kids To Eat Healthier?

    Children develop a natural inclination for only the foods they like the most, so the challenge becomes to make healthy choices more appealing. Of course, no matter how good your intentions are, it’s always going to be tricky to manipulate and prove to a kid that an apple is better than a cookie.

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