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Oreo is on a roll, would be an understatement because the sandwich cookie label is high on creativity and we would definitely like a bit of that. The creative drive, I mean. After launching and announcing the launch of an

There is a lot – apart from time, patience, and love – that goes into cooking healthy and delicious food. The ingredient list for every main dish, side dish, dessert, and snack boasts of a number of raw materials –

When ordering Chinese takeout or dining at a Chinese restaurant, we always look forward to the sweet crunchy tradition (read, life revelation) at the end of the meal – the fortune cookies. The tiny dessert has for years convinced people

The week gone by saw an exciting variety of food and drinks-related opinion polls. From Coca Cola’s all new nourishing and fibre-fortified soda and a $22 strawberry to an array of Valentine’s Day marketing gimmicks, there sure was a lot to

McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish may soon get another fishy partner on the menu. If an on-going trial goes well, then a number of McD outlets in California will be rolling out a snow carb sandwich. As Refinery29 reports, a franchisee in the

Love it or hate it, there is no escaping the Valentine’s Day paraphernalia. it doesn’t matter whether you are single, ditched, forever alone or even if it’s complicated, you will come across pink hearts, cheesy couple, giant teddy bears, heart-shaped

The week gone by saw an exciting variety of opinion polls. From the food pet peeve that annoys you the most, your preferred froyo topping, and the vegan ice cream flavor that you’d rather have to a gold plated sushi,

The week gone by saw an exciting variety of polls and ‘Good or Bads’. From the best iced tea flavour, your preferred wine pairing, and your most relished chutney served with momos to the way the you like your steak

Indian street food sees a rainbow of desi, international, and international-turned-desi offerings (yes, we are totally looking at you “hakka noodles”). One such widely-consumed street that falls in the third category is momos. The Tibetan food, which is also consumed

Alcohol and snacks go hand in hand. And not just because no one wants to get drunk on an empty stomach, but more because certain foods tend to bring out the flavor in your drink even more. It is also

The week gone by saw an exciting variety of polls and ‘Good or Bads’. From creamy chocolaty Oreo beer, your preferred wine pairing, and your most relished kind of khichdi to the revolutionary Big Mac ATMs that involve zero human

Khichdi is a common Indian recipe that is made by pressure-cooking rice and dal (lentil) together with mild spices. The dish sees a number of variations across different Indian regions, with the most commonly eaten being the classic moong dal

McDonald’s recently announced an all-new Oreo menu in Hong Kong complete with Oreo flavoured desserts, beverages, and snacks. Adding to their global image as the ultimate fast food mullah, McD announced a revolutionary Big Mac ATM, which is all set

Social media has taken over all major aspects of our life. In fact, unless we share our day’s activities on (at least) our Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram handles, our day is not complete. Especially when it comes to food and

It’s Popcorn Day today, and we are super excited! Not just because we get stuff our face with crazy amounts of popcorn – well, majorly because of that – but also because we live in a time where ‘popcorn’ is

People who’ve grown up in the late 20th century had a lot to be excited about. The invention of the laptop, digital camera, Internet, flat screen TVs, and the likes. But for us millennial, most of the fancy things are

The week gone by saw an extensive range of polls. From picking out your favourite bowl of delicious piping hot soup to deciding what kind of bread, cookie, and pastry to pair with that cup of coffee, we sure gave

Winter months call for a lot of warm and fuzzy things, one of the most comforting being a luscious bowl of soup. The dish sees a number of variations across different cuisines, countries, households, and kitchens. From the zesty Asian

Very few of us can function properly through the day sans caffeine. And more of ten than not, the sacred source of this caffeine is coffee. But what good is a coffee break without anything to eat with the cuppa

Chutney, a.k.a. dip or sauce, is a vital part of Indian cuisine. The spicy/tangy/sweet side finds its way into a number of platters and lights it up like no other food can. Known by different names like pachadi, thuvayal, etc.