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The week gone by saw an interesting potpourri of opinion polls ranging from ice cream and cookie to fruits and fast food. From picking the off-beat (read, spicy, savoury, and/or sour) ice cream flavour that you would binge on to

Teatime is a crucial half an hour of every tea-loving creature’s (especially if they are Indian) day. Nothing – absolutely nothing – can come in between that cup of piping hot tea and us. Except for a nice biscuit or

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

It’s hard to imagine an ice cream flavor that could scare us off or have us vowing never to have another scoop for days to come. But alas, there is no limit to our imagination now, is there? We’ve come

We worry a tad too much about what we eat. Not that we shouldn’t but after a point we need to stop and think whether our best friend’s neighbor’s aunt’s dietician’s diet tip actually makes sense. There is a diet

The week gone by saw an exciting variety of food and beverage-related opinion polls. From taking your pick between the kind of paratha stuffing that makes you go from yay to nay about the desi flatbread to voting for the

Despite having a wide array of super foods at our disposal, fast foods and junk foods continue to be an integral part of our diet. And with brands like KFC, Domino’s Pizza, McDonald’s, Dunkin’ Donuts, and many more feeding us

Going by our previous quiz on ad commercials, you may think that we are big on marketing jingo and branding. But aren’t we all? And isn’t that the whole point of marketing a certain product – to make it an

It’s just the perfect time of the year to sip on a tall glass of chilled iced tea – not the one from Long Island because that one sees no season. Now, the question that mechanically follows an order of

If you’re an Indian or a fan of Indian food, your palate couldn’t have possibly evaded the bliss that are Indian breads – especially paratha. The ghee-roasted flatbread is a food that tastes good with just about anything. And as

Though many health experts and dieticians may advise you otherwise – and rightly so – it is all right to indulge in a can or two of aerated drinks once in a while. Aerated drinks or soda has been a

With a production of over 350,000 tonnes annually, it is safe to say that Nutella is probably the most widely consumed chocolate spread in the market. The chocolate-hazelnut condiment, which can be eaten in so many ways, has made quite

The week gone by saw an exciting variety of fruit, soup, and junk-related opinion polls. From ice-cream giant Ben & Jerry’s wowing the States with three brand new cookie-dough-inspired gelato flavours to picking between the various different kind of melons

Don’t we all love those crunchy potato snacks that manufacturers put in with our pack of air? Kidding! I am aware that all the air (a.k.a. Nitrogen) is essential for keeping the crunch of the potato chips intact, but we

It’s vital to start your day with a healthy and sumptuous breakfast. And the one thing more important than health and nutrition in a breakfast is taste and appearance, especially if we’re eating out of a box that has a

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

Ice Cream giant Ben & Jerry’s is the frozen edible gift that just keeps on giving in the form of one delicious flavour after the other. This summer, to reliever us of our sweaty torrid misery, the company has announced

It is safe to say that most of us, no matter where we live, have been to a Starbucks store at least once in our life. And that’s possible because the coffee giant has over 21,000 outlets worldwide and serves

The hot months are equivalent to cool food, juicy berries, fibrous greens, and nature’s candy, melons (you probably are either munching on them, now or have some stored away in the fridge for later). And while we are aware that

Crispy potato chips are often romanticised with PepsiCo’s chips label ‘Lay’s‘ (unless you can afford a facnier box of deliciously stacked wafers also known as Pringles). Not only has Lay’s been giving us bags full of aromatic air to inhale