Festivals


As the festive season is about to begin, we at the Sassy Teaspoon are bringing a little twist to the regular modaks. Introducing a handcrafted range of milk, white and dark chocolate modaks with fillings such as hazelnut, date and cardamom, red velvet, rose-gulkand, kaju katli and kesar peda.

Mumbai, September 2018: As the city gears up for Ganesh Chaturthi, let Scootsy be your one-stop-shop to discover a world of celebratory goodness. From modaks and sweet treats to festive wear and accessories, you’ll get everything you need without having to

The chants of ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya’ are already in the air as idols are being brought in with fervour. With the arrival of the much-loved deity, Ganesh Chaturthi 2018 is off to a great start. The splendour is going to

How about enjoying a piping hot cup of tea along with 25 variants of pakodas this monsoon? You can do just that and more at Aparanta, the in-house restaurant at Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Alibaug. The monsoons are just

The holy month of Ramadan is upon our meals and us. It’s the season to douse our palate in bowls after plates of dates, biryani, rich curries, and luscious desserts as we work up an appetite for Eid al-Fitr. So,

One of the many ingredients that are part of a wholesome Ramzan spread is nihari, a traditional Indian slow-cooked meat stew. A traditional nihari takes almost a day to cook, and that speaks volumes about the taste and richness of

The holy month of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Muslim year, during which strict fasting is observed from dawn to dusk began this year on May 17th. Ramadan is a time that is very much connected with a myriad

Cinco de Mayo is Spanish for 5th of May. The date commemorates the Mexican Army’s win over the French military forces in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. It isn’t unknown that the Mexicans love themselves a mean

A tikki is a deep-fried or pan-fried Indian cutlet usually made with mashed potatoes mixed with chopped vegetable and mild spices. The preparation takes various forms across the different regions and kitchen of the country. One such variation is the

Chennai is known for its plethora of street foods that have their roots in many cuisines from all over the country and from around the world. Food lovers in Chennai know exactly where to go for that perfect kulfi or

There are no two ways about India’s rich culture and traditions that have given us umpteen reasons and festivals to celebrate. One such “reason to celebrate” comes in the form of Vaisakhi. In light of the iconic North Indian celebration,

It’s Easter weekend and we’re already digging up your wardrobe to pull out that stretchy pair of PJs we wore for Thanksgiving last winter. Because we’re all set to dish out some honey glazed ham, roasted chicken, quiches, lamb racks

As we welcome a new season, new festivities surround everyone. With Easter looming on the horizon, Plaza Premium Lounge is ready to join in on the celebrations with a mouthwatering feast and a delectable range of Easter special desserts. Serving

Looking for a delish thali to lap us this Chaitra Navratra? Well, Radisson Noida has got just the satvik spread for you to devour! Navratra is a festival where devotees honor the Mother Goddess in all her manifestations by observing

Located inside the New Delhi’s oldest five-star, The Ashok, The Samavar Coffee Shop brings to you special offers for this pious week to make fasting interesting and cherishing. This Chaitra Navratra, fast for special blessings and celebrate with an amazing

This Sunday will mark the first day of Chaitra Navratri, which will go on from March 18 to March 26. The nine-day long fast is observed by a number of people who either fast, eating the Navratri-special foods only once

On the occasion of Chaitra Navratra, Roseate Hotels & Resorts invites guests to enjoy an ultimate experience of luxury amid tranquil and breathtaking ambiance. Guests can celebrate the occasion in style with a delicious edge to their reverence and indulge

It’s St Paddy’s Day good people! And while most of us non-alcoholics are celebrating with a sugary dose of khus syrup, why don’t we fix the rest of you some yummy Guinness cocktails? Here are 10 recipes to help jazz

The festival of Holi not only brings along with it tons of food, guijya, and colors but also gallons of thandai and badam milk. While some people may like to spike theirs with bhang, we’d like to our drinks to

Ain’t no Holi party without a big platter of juicy malpuas, right? And there isn’t a malpua richer than a shahi malpua that comes laden with dollops of malai and rabri. So get your celebratory holi whites on and dig