Have you ever gone on a holiday, ordered potato wedges thinking of it to be a safe bet for vegetarian food only to find it served with bacon? Have you ever ordered a vegetarian meal and found eggs and fish as garnish on the plate? If you are a true
“Kuch meetha ho jae”, is a phrase most Indians use after a delicious meal, meaning – let us have something sweet. The sweet-tooth of every Indian has a connection to the pages of history. Indulging in any one of the must-eat Indian sweets after a hearty meal is a tradition.
Are broccoli, basil, vanilla, dark chocolate, oyster and wine just food? No, these are cupid foods, also known as Aphrodisiac foods. The word “Aphrodisiac” is believed to have been derived from the name of the Greek Goddess of sexuality and love “Aphrodite.” Aphrodisiac foods work in two ways. The first
Paradise! It’s the ultimate word to describe the feeling when a delicious, mouth-watering, yummy bite of chocolate slowly melts in your mouth. The hangover of this intoxicating ecstasy and fulfilling experience makes you long for more. It feels as if there is nothing better on earth than that dark brown
Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, is one of the fastest growing cities of the world. Its affluence comes from the rare combination of the modern and the ancient. It is ranked third after London and Paris in MasterCard’s Global Destination Cities Index and has been named “World’s Best City”
Caviar reigns supreme in the list of luxury gourmet dining. Extremely expensive and found only on the plates of the super-wealthy, however, it is not a taste, which is universally loved. Caviar lovers will revel in its rich, creamy taste and cheer Ludwin Bemelmans for saying “Caviar is to dining
The most loved delicacies that signify Christmas Scrumptious delicacies are the essence of celebrations across the world. Irrespective of whether the celebration is a small or a grand one, food plays an integral part in it. These tempting foods are what we all look forward to as the celebration approaches. Some
“O for a beaker full of the warm South, Full of the true, the blushful Hippocrene, With beaded bubbles winking at the brim… That I might drink, and leave the world unseen…” — sighed Keats. The sentiment will find echoes in many wine lovers’ hearts; the only note of