Must try Diwali Delicacies

Diwali is that time of the year when all food lovers and the dieters alike take a break and indulge in all the deliciousness the kitchen has to offer. After all, food forms an important part of the very essence of this dazzling festival of lights. So when you are not holding yourself back, it is our duty to guide you with the absolute must-have Diwali dishes that will tantalise your taste buds and give that added zing to an already eventful Diwali holiday. So here it is, the must-try Diwali Delicacies are:


How does one even begin to describe this dish? Chakli is a deep fried orange crunchy snack, its spices leave you wanting a little water and a lot more chakli. It is made of flour, coriander seed powder, cumin seed powder, sesame seeds, red pepper powder, turmeric powder, salt, asafoetida  and oil. This dish is a must have every Diwali and is stocked for weeks after Diwali as well.Chakli

Shankar Para:

Shankar Para

It is a popular snack in Maharashtra and Gujarat during Diwali, where it is known as shankarpali or shakarpara. It has a long shelf-life and is made out of milk, sugar, ghee, maida, semolina and salt. These lovely triangles of sweetness melt in the mouth and are thus an extremely popular Diwali delicacy.


KaranjiKaranji or somas or gujiyas, a traditional sweet prepared for Diwali, is common to Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. At first glance, karanji can look like an apple turnover — there’s an outer layer and a filling as well. The base or the outer shape that is same but the filling varies depending on the ingredients used. The best part about this sweet is the perfect blend of crunchiness and sweetness.

Besan Ladoo:

Besan Ladoo

Besan ladoo is a sweet dough-like dish made during most festivals but definitely during Diwali. For this sweet, you will need gram flour, semolina, ghee, sugar, almonds, and cardamom. Ladoos typically appear in a ball-like form and they are certainly a mouthful! For anyone out there who has a sweet tooth, just one is enough but it’ll certainly leave you craving for another one soon enough.


ChivdaChivda is a kind of crispy snack prepared with roasted poha or puffed rice and a combination of nuts and dals. This snack is comparatively healthy as it’s roasted instead of deep fried, atleast traditionally. You can make this ahead of time and store in air-tight containers to retain freshness. Just serve as a tea time snack or munch on it whenever you have snack attack.  This Diwali dish certainly can be made with various ingredients and flavours and is an absolute must have.


KadboliKadboli is a deep fried snack made for Diwali! It is typically made with cumin, chili powder, chickpea flour, urad, rice flour, moong, salt, and other spices and is extremely popular in Maharashtra. This savoury Diwali treat is sure to leave you wanting more.

Badam Puri:

Badam PuriBadam Puri is a crispy sweet that comes from the land of five rivers, viz, Punjab. This dish is traditionally prepared during Diwali out of almond paste, clarified butter and dry fruits. Also, you can store them up to a week and enjoy the richness of it’s texture and flavour.

We know after reading all this you are eagerly craving all these goodies and can’t wait for Diwali. No worries! The festival is just around the corner. Incase we have left your tummy craving some goodies right away, just give us a call and order in from

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Let’s not waste food!

One of the first things that come to your mind when you think about things that bind people world over is definitely food! Food surpasses all boundaries and brings together people of different backgrounds and nationalities. Even though food receives love world over one of the major issues we face globally is of food wastage. It’s ironic that we still have malnourishment prevailing in the world when the wastage of the food is literary in tonnes. For solving this major problem we all can play our parts in overcoming this wastage. How? By incorporating these simple practices into our daily lives:

1. Shop Smart

Shop Smart

Plan meals, use grocery lists, and avoid impulse buys. This way, you’re less likely to buy things you don’t need and that you’re unlikely to actually consume. For example, if a recipe calls for two carrots, don’t buy a whole bag. Instead, buy loose produce so you can purchase the exact number you’ll use. Bonus: This tip will save some cash.

2. Take stock

Take stock

Note upcoming expiration dates on foods you already have at home and plan meals around the products that are closest to their expiration. This will not only reduce the waste but also save your hard-earned money from ending up in the waste-bin.

3. Use it all

Use it all

When cooking, use every piece of whatever food you’re cooking with, whenever possible. For example, leave the skin on cucumbers and potatoes, sauté broccoli stems along with the florets (they taste good too; we promise!), and so on. Bonus: Skins and stems often provide additional nutrients for our bodies.

4. Donate what you won’t use

Donate what you won’t use

Never going to eat that can of beans? Donate it before it expires so it can be consumed by someone who needs it. Bonus: You will not only save the food from being wasted but will also bring a smile to someone’s face.

5. Eat leftovers


Brown-bag or doggy-bag the leftovers for work or school for a free packed lunch. If you don’t want to eat leftovers the day after they’re cooked, freeze and save them for later. You’ll be surprised at how much you end up saving.

6. Store better


If you regularly throw away stale chips/cereal/crackers, etc try storing them in airtight containers— this should help them stay fresh longer or, of course, just buy fewer of these products.

7. Order what you intend to eat

intend to eat

Here it is, ladies and gentlemen. The solution to the issue of not being able to finish what’s on your plate. Simply take a moment to ask your body what it wants to eat, and how much — and then serve yourself that. Or simply start with less food on your plate. If you want more, you can always go back for it.

8. Split the dish

Split the dish

If eating out, split a dish with a friend so you don’t waste half of the giant portion sizes found at most restaurants. We know you love the big portions but unless you are a big eater, share it!

9. Do what is right for your food

is right for your food

Most of the times people tend to store food in the wrong way which may reduce the shelf life of the food. Wait to wash berries until you want to eat them to prevent mold. Also, don’t refrigerate your bananas as they will ripen faster. Just read up on the correct storage techniques to avoid the wastage.

10. Composting


What you may not consume, may not always be a total waste. When your food actually becomes unfit to consume, you can actually compost the same. This compost is great for your lovely lush roses. So go green with composting.

So make sure you use these tips to avoid food wastage, as small changes will lead to a huge impact. Also, give yourself a pat on the back when you save that food for the larger good by ordering on

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Best Food bloggers To Follow!

When it comes to the world of food, variety definitely is the spice of life. Who doesn’t like that special input to help in indulging in the best of the scrumptious delicacies that the world has to offer. Thanks to the internet, this assistance can be received in the form of Blogs. Blogs are really a boon to the foodies world-over, but when it comes to choosing from the wide variety of blogs out there, it can honestly be a task. Let us help you with the food bloggers you must follow without fail to ensure a treat for your taste buds.

Chennai Foody

Chennai Foody3Chennai Foody is strictly about the food related experiences and experiments. Dr.Wasim Mohideen or Doc Waz reviews various restaurants in Chennai and is now travelling to other parts of India and abroad. A perfect guide for travellers. He also covers all the happening events in Chennai. Do check him out!

Masala Herb

Masala Herb2This blog by Helena D’Souza contains restaurant reviews and travel articles in addition to frequent posts of recipes. It is all-in-all a well run blog and its impressiveness lies in not limiting itself to recipes alone.  It also has a shop that sells a wide variety of ingredients and items. So whether you are in the mood to go to a restaurant or to try out your culinary skills, you are in for a certain treat with this blog.

Crave Cook Click

Crave Cook ClickThis blog is maintained by Anita who is based out of California. She is a late entrant into cooking but has picked up fast. She focuses on food history, food photography as well as food nutrition facts in the blog posts. She travels a lot and captures delectable food from various countries. This blog is absolutely the best for early starters in the cooking scene or even for the simple foodie at heart.

Urban Foodaholics

Urban FoodaholicsUrban Foodaholics is the brainchild of two passionate foodies and ardent travellers- Tejal and Kelvin. The duo pack their bags and travel across India and abroad to explore food at various destinations and share reliable reviews about their food experiences. The blog features in-depth information detailing the food and the ambience of each place visited by the duo, thus giving readers an idea of what to expect. Now that’s a blog one must follow.

Bombay Foodie

Bombay Foodie 2The Bombay Foodie is an all-in-one guide for food lovers. Unlike their name they don’t only talk about food in Bombay but from around the world. The coverage ranges from recipes, to must have dishes, different cuisines to the most amazing restaurants one must visit. So next time you are up for a food adventure, try them out!

Hope you all check out these blogs before embarking upon your next food journey and when in the mood for ordering in, pick up the phone and order with

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10 Habits Of A Die-Hard Foodie

Some people love food more than others. So those of us who consider food the most important thing in the world and exhibit our love for the same, without an ounce of hesitation, are popularly labelled as the ‘Foodie’. We all know that the word foodie is not merely a tag, it’s the definition of a way of life. Proud foodies don’t only satisfy their own taste buds but also have the obligation to share their expertise with their social circles, enlightening them about what is the most scrumptious food one can indulge in and where. So when it comes to identifying the lovely patrons of all things related to food, these are the trademark habits that one can’t ignore.

1. A Foodie will always be willing to try new things

A Foodie will always be willing to try new things

A foodie is never daunted with trying something new — even if it might be out of their comfort zone. Whatever is on the plate – Good, Mediocre or Bad, a foodie will decide only after the taste buds have had a chance to meet with what has been served.

2. Foodies Take Pictures of Good Food

Foodies Take Pictures of Good Food

Whatever is good to eat is good enough for Instagram. A foodie will always click amazing pictures of the food they eat. Well how else do you expect us to share our food adventures with you?

3. “What is ‘Dieting’?”

What is Dieting

For a die-hard foodie, a diet is no less than a monumental sacrifice. A foodie will never say no to food just because of a diet. All you can expect from a foodie is to share some of their delicious food with others on the table, while he/she is apparently ‘dieting’.

4. A Foodie thinks it’s insane to order the same thing as someone else on your tableA Foodie thinks it's insane to order the same thing as someone else on your table.

Why have the same things when you have the option of indulging in a variety of deliciousness? Yes, that’s what a foodie thinks when everyone wants to have the same thing. So ordering the same dishes at a restaurant is a complete no-no.

5. A good vacation for a Foodie is a destination offering a new cuisine with good food and unlimited eating

A good vacation for a Foodie

Well there is simply no way that a vacation can be complete without some awesome local food and a whole range of eating options to explore. Well the best thing according to a foodie a destination can offer is its food.

6. A foodie has to try the newest food joint in town. In fact sometimes they don’t mind travelling a few hours for a meal

newest food joint in town

The foodies simply don’t shy away from the fact that when a restaurant opens up in town there is no way that they won’t be there to try out what it has to offer. So no matter how far or how expensive the restaurant is you can expect to see your foodie friend there soon enough.

7. A foodie connects with people who share their love for food

connects with people

Well even though a foodie will always have all kinds of friends – Foodies, Non- foodies, they have that special connection with those who love food as much as they do. The special feeling you get when you find that someone to explore the new restaurant with!

8. A foodie spends surprising amounts of money when it comes to food

A foodie spends

As a foodie you don’t mind digging deep into your pocket when it comes to going to a fancy restaurant, gifting your friend an exquisite bottle of wine, or simply buying the best groceries. Your food has to be the best.

9. No matter how stuffed a foodie is, they can never say no to desert

never say no to desert

Even though a foodie may be full, they will never commit the crime of saying no to desert. Even if they consume just the smallest serving possible, saying no is absolutely forbidden.

10. A foodies browser history is full of images of delectable dishes

A foodies browser historyIn the 21st Century, browser history is like a window to a person’s personality. So when you check a foodies browser history, what else can you expect but more food.

So hope we have helped you identify your inner foodie. Now go ahead and get your next tasty fix by picking up the phone and ordering in with

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Food facts that’ll blow your mind!

For regular people who eat to live, food isn’t fascinating. It’s just something that they need to survive. Then there are food lovers who just love to eat and cherish every bite. We love that category but those “foodies” are not our concerned today. One undermined category is the crazy food-obsessed-maniac who finds every aspect of food fascinating! That’s what we want to talk about today!


Food is intriguing, the perfect symphony of ingredients mixed together creates something which is appealing to your eyes, your tongue and to your soul!

Food’s got a little mystery of its own, no matter if you are an exceptional cook or a food connoisseur, food will find its way to surprise you. So here’s a list of some fascinating facts that’ll definitely leave you shocked!

1. Ripe cranberries will bounce like rubber balls

Ripe cranberries

Well, if your toddler is bored, the kid’s got something to play with and be healthy!

2. Apples belong to the rose family, as do pears and plums

Apples belong to the rose family, as do pears and plums.

So are we allowed to put them in a bouquet or gift them on Valentine’s Day?

3. One of the most popular pizza toppings in Brazil is green peas

Brazil is green peas

The mothers in Brazil would be so happy to treat their kids with “Peas” pizza!

4. Chocolate was once used as currency

Chocolate was once used as currency.

Well, we always thought that it was just a chocolate, but turns out it was actually money.

5. If improperly prepared, fugu, or puffer fish, can kill you since it contains a toxin 1,200 times deadlier than cyanide

fugu, or puffer fish

Make sure you watch out for a good place to order one of these bad boys

6. Ketchup was used as medicine in the 1800s to treat diarrhea, among other things

Ketchup was used as a medicine in the 1800s

So every time your stomach gets upset you have a spoonful of ketchup, might as well throw in some fries!

7. Eating bananas can help fight depression

Eating bananas can help fight depression.

If Bananas are so great, why do people recommend to have an apple every day?

8. The Popsicle was invented by an 11 year old in 1905

The Popsicle was invented by an 11-year-old in 1905

This kid definitely made other 11 year olds very happy!

9. McDonald’s sells 75 burgers every second of every day

McDonald’s sells 75 burgers every second of every day

So every time you blink your eye, McDonald’s makes profits of hundreds of dollars!

10. Peanuts are actually legumes, not nuts

Peanuts are actually legumes, not nuts.

Why would they would want to confuse people by putting “nut” in the name?
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Quirky food traditions around the globe

Each culture is unique in its own way. So when you move from one culture to another, the practices undergo a drastic metamorphosis. When it comes to manners and food traditions around the world, each culture has adopted their own set of etiquette.  An acceptable custom at one place may turn out to be a taboo at another. So before you set out on a worldwide tour, brush up on these quirky food traditions.

China: Leaving Food on Your Plate

160930 China-Leaving Food on Your Plate

Leaving an empty plate doesn’t always mean good things! In China, an empty plate means that the guest was not served enough food. In India and Japan, leaving a clean plate lets the hosts know that you’ve enjoyed the meal.

Ethiopia: Eating with Your Hands

160930 Ethiopia- Eating with Your Hands

Always use your right hand when eating Ethiopian food! Eating traditional cuisine requires scooping up the food onto flat bread with your hands—no utensils needed.

China: Chop Sticks

China- Chop Sticks

Proper chopstick etiquette is so important in China that they could have a rule book! Never ever rest your chopsticks upright in a bowl of rice where doing so is reminiscent of ceremonial meal offerings to the dead. Also never wave chopsticks at another person.

Italy: Cheese with Seafood

Italy-Cheese with Seafood

Don’t ever ask your server to top your seafood with cheese in Italy — it’s considered a cardinal sin to mix fish and Parmesan. Granted, this is a more traditional belief, and current attitudes are changing, but back in the day, grating some cheese on your shrimp might have resulted in you swimming with the fishes.

Thailand: Fork Traditions

Thailand- Fork Traditions

In Thailand, it’s considered crude to put food in your mouth using a fork. Instead, the fork is used to push food onto the spoon, which is then put into your mouth. 

South Korea: The Senior Rules the Table

South Korea-The Senior Rules the Table

In South Korea, nobody at the table eats until the oldest or most senior person takes a bite. If there are twins at the table who were born mere minutes apart, the older one sets the pace.

Portugal: Salt and Pepper

Portugal- Salt and Pepper

In Portugal asking for salt and pepper in a restaurant is a huge offence to the chef and his cooking abilities.

Korea: The Drink Tradition

Korea-The Drink Tradition

In Korean culture it is customary to never pour your own drink and wait or request someone else pour it for you. 

Japan: Slurping Noodles

China-Slurping Noodles


For all of you loud eaters out there Japan will welcome you with open arms. Slurping your noodles is not only acceptable in Japan but also welcome. Not only does it suggest a person can eat hot foods quicker but the Japanese believe it makes food taste better

Chicago: Hot Dogs

Chicago-  Hot Dogs

It is unheard of to put anything but mustard on a Chicago hot dog; you will be exiled if you go against tradition! End of story!

So the next time you are out globe-trotting, do remember these dos and don’ts when you are out and about and if this had made you hungry just give us a buzz and order in from J

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Pizza with a twist!

We know what you are thinking!

One more article to ruin an already-existing-amazing-food, but we assure you this one is slightly different from the rest. The sacred bonds shared by pizza lovers’ community are oh so often ruined by some really bad people on the internet by publishing random combinations of ingredients which sometimes (Read every time) do not make sense.

We being genuine foodies respect the sincere love people have for pizza so we have taken this article very seriously!

So after spending hours on the internet and looking for the best; here are the ones which we loved the most! So sit back and enjoy.

Pizza Blog intro

Paav Bhaaji Pizza

Paav Bhaaji Pizza

What happens when you take two best things and combine it together? Although it sounds a little different, it is definitely worth a try. Thin crust, one big spread of paav bhaaji, filled with cheese and some basil can leave you in awe.

Sushi Pizza

Sushi Pizza

All Sushi lovers, this one’s for you! Eating two things separately is so main stream! Wondering why to do that? Because it tastes brilliant!  This quirky fusion of the western and asian cuisine is just going to give you some serious #PizzaGoals

Biancaneve Pizza

Biancaneve Pizza

Available at Eat, Pray, Love, this adored pizza consists of everything that one loves! Oh it also includes cherry tomatoes, flavoured spices and other classic combinations that one could ever ask for.

Great Nawab Pizza

Great Nawab Pizza

North Indian food is filled with spicy ingredients and is usually heavy. So, imagine coupling it up with flat bread, adding tons of cheese and relishing it hot. Are you googling where to find this one? Thought so!

Kheema Pizza

Kheema Pizza

You have tried Kheema with Pao, now enjoy it on a pizza base. Same ingredients, your favourite cheese and minced meat which will make your day much better than it ever was. For people who love local food, this should be your go-to pizza variant.

Hope you all love these fantastic combinations and would go out and try one! If not, then satisfy your serious craving for pizza by picking up the phone and order with

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Pav Bhaji Pizza Recipe 


4 Store-bought pizza dough/base
3 Potatoes, boiled and mashed
3 tomatoes, chopped
2 Onions, chopped
1/2cup Green peas, shelled
1 inch piece Ginger, chopped
5 cloves chopped garlic
2 to 3 tbsp Oil
3 to 4 Green chillies/peppers, chopped
1 tbsp Indian Pav Bhaji masala spice mix
3 to 4 tbsp Cheese – mozzarella, grated
1/4 cup chopped Fresh coriander leaves
1 medium size fruit Lemon Juice
Salt to taste
1/4 tsp Turmeric – Indian spice powder


1. Boil green peas in water till soft, drain, mash lightly and set aside. Grind ginger and garlic to a fine paste.

2. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.

3. Heat oil in a pan and add three fourth quantity of onions. Saute till light brown. Add green chillies and ginger-garlic paste. Stir-fry for half a minute. Add half the quantity of tomatoes and cook on medium heat for three to four minutes, stirring continuously or till oil separates from the masala.

4. Add mashed peas, cauliflower, potatoes and one and half cups of water. Bring it to a boil and simmer for seven to ten minutes, pressing with back of the spoon a few times, till all the vegetables are completely mashed.

5. Add Pav Bhaji Masala, salt and remaining tomatoes. Cook on medium heat for two minutes, stirring continuously. Then set aside.

6. Spread parchment paper/foil on baking sheet and place the pizza base/crust on it. Spread an even layer of the curry/bhaji on the pizza base.

7. Add the fresh cut onions, cheese and coriander on top of the curry. Optionally, you could place some butter on the top of the pizza crust. Bake for 10 – 12 mins(or according to package directions for pizza crust)

8. When the pizza comes out of the oven, drizzle some lemon juice on top of pizza…serve hot


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The Best Chaat Foods

One thing that we have learnt from history is that brilliant inventions often occur due to accidents. We now have a reason to believe it.

Because the most beloved snack across the country – Chaat was actually invented during the era of Shah Jahan by accident!

Folklore believes that when the mighty emperor was down with flu, the Hakeem ordered the chef to make something which is filled with spices but light for his stomach. And thus Chaat was born! Thank God for that! Ever imagined how street food would lose its essence if chaat never existed? And we as Indians love chaat and every city here has its own way of enjoying it.

So let’s go through the “chart” of the best “Chaat” foods in India! (Apologies for the lame pun)

Papdi Chaat aka Sev Puri

Papdi Chaat aka Sev PuriCrunchy paapdi, savoured with yoghurt, herbs, sev and whatever you like! Once you start eating, it’s too tough to keep count! Although it was originally introduced in the North, it found its way to people’s heart in Mumbai and we lovingly named it Sev Puri.

Aloo Chaat

Aloo ChaatAloo – A basic ingredient that is used in cuisines all over the world is also an adored street food chaat king! One doesn’t require any cooking skills to make this dish. Boil them potatoes, toss it in with onions and boiled chana, mix some spices and Voila you have a delicacy!

Dahi Puri

Dahi PuriIf pani puri can be made better in any way, then it can only be done if you make Dahi Puri out of it! Flavoursome yoghurt, crunchy sev and spicy chutney gives it a very balanced taste which makes your palate and your stomach very happy!

Dahi Balle

Dahi BalleFried patties dipped in curd and garnished with sweet and sour chutneys! There’s nothing that we don’t like about this heavenly chaat dish. Known by different names, this is definitely India’s most favourite chaat!

Egg Chat

Egg Chat

Midnight cravings for some spicy egg-y chaat? Looks like we have got the right one for you! Boiled eggs spiced up with chaat masala, powdred cumin, and freshly cut herbs. Such simple ingredients excel at making your hunger pangs go away by not letting you cheat on your diet.

So what are you waiting for? Step out, find your chaat waala and order some tasty treats with your people! Happy Eating J

Aloo Chaat Recipe



Potatoes 3 large (diced)

Lemon juice 3 teaspoons

Salt to taste

Ginger cut into thin strips 1 inch piece

Oil to deep fry

Onion chopped 1 large

Chaat masala 1/2 teaspoon

Red chilly powder 1/2 teaspoon

Cumin powder 1/4 teaspoon

Green chillies chopped 2

Fresh coriander leaves chopped 3 tablespoons


Step 1. Add one teaspoon lemon juice and a pinch of salt to the ginger strips and keep in the refrigerator till use

Step 2. Heat sufficient oil in a kadai till medium hot.

Step 3. Add potato pieces and deep fry till crisp and golden. Drain and place on an absorbent paper.

Step 4.  Transfer the potatoes into a big bowl. Add onions, salt, chaat masala, red chilly powder, cumin powder, green chilies, coriander leaves and the remaining lemon juice and mix well.

Step 5. To serve transfer the mixture into a serving bowl, garnish with ginger strips and serve immediately.


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Best Breakfast All over the world!

Research says that 70% of the human population is not morning people. (This can be a completely made up statistics) But it doesn’t change the fact that they do not appreciate mornings and are least interested in being a part of social communication! You know what makes morning better for this section of people? Two words – Amazing Breakfast!

Even if you are a chirpy person and love sunshine, you crave for a healthy/delicious breakfast to kick start your day with a happy stomach!

People all around the globe have mastered gastronomy and invented desserts that are too pretty and tasty to dig in, but breakfast is something that people love to keep it simple.

And someone has rightly quoted, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”

Let us take you guys to a tour around the world and show what they LOVE having in their breakfast!

English breakfast

English breakfast

Britishers are known for their strong cup of tea and their elaborate English breakfast. They abide by the law “One should eat their breakfast as a king”. Filled with proteins and other nutrients, the English breakfast consists of a shiny sunny side up, delicious sausages, crispy bacon, muffin with some butter spread, toast and a strong cup of tea. If their breakfast is so elaborate no wonder they need such a huge table for a meal in Hogwarts!

Hawaiian Breakfast

Hawaiian Breakfast

Honestly why would anyone go for anything else except fresh fruit for breakfast? So many vitamins and such fewer calories to burn? No wonder they are so full of energy all through the day and world class surfers!

Breakfast in Portugal

Breakfast in Portugal

When it comes to people from Portugal, they have aced the breakfast game! Classic combination of a strong cup of coffee and a croissant and one can surely claim that he/she is going to have a good day after having that for breakfast. To top it all they also some amazing combination of sandwiches with croissant, you got to try it to know it!

Philippines Breakfast

Philippines Breakfast

Just like the destination, the breakfast table looks colourful, fresh and down to earth! Breakfast in Philippines is a little different. They have some rice, one kind of meat, fresh fruit and veggies. No some may don’t like the inclusion of such heavy elements in their breakfast but that’s how they roll. Can we stop them?

American Breakfast

American Breakfast

People in America are always in a hurry! No matter what happens they got to get to work on time. So their primary choice for breakfast is pretty simple. Some pancakes and berries on the top. Fluffy pancakes coupled up with delicious maple syrup with some orange juice on the side. Yeah that’s what a breakfast for champions look like!

Hope we have covered a good variety of breakfast around the globe. We are sure that you are craving for some Indian breakfast because that’s what is going to be available now. So go ahead pick up the phone. Order in from and enjoy your favourite kind of breakfast!

Happy Eating J




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World Of Milkshakes

As kids, milk wasn’t something any of us were keen on drinking every morning. Thankfully, our mothers made it fun by coming up with delicious combinations and whacky flavours! And now, this “combination of whacky flavours” is a huge industry and drinking Milkshakes is no longer exclusive to kids!

Here’s a list of some of the most yummy-licious milkshakes around the globe

Cookies and Cream Milkshakes:

Cookies and Cream Milkshakes 2

We agree it’s not really a healthy option but who cares if it is a classic combination like this! Who can say no to cookies AND cream!

Pineapple and Strawberry Cream Slush:

Pineapple and Strawberry Cream Slush

A tasty twist to a rather simple milkshake! The simple flavours and fruity combination will make you fall in love with just one sip. Well then, get your straws out, it’s milkshake time!

Banana Split Milkshake:

Banana Split Milkshake

There’s nothing one can’t solve with a kar full of Banana Split Milkshake! Trust us on this, if you are angry at your sibling, this is the best truce offering. Try it, you won’t be disappointed.

Blueberry Pancake Milkshake:

Blueberry Pancake Milkshake 2

Don’t you love it when chefs combine different food elements and innovate them into one kickass dish? Blueberry Pancake Milkshake is the one which hits a home-run in this department!

Devil’s Delight Milkshake:

Devil’s Delight Milkshake

As the name goes it is definitely a devil’s delight! Filled with rich cream, chocolate, miniature pretzels and all the wonderful things that Willy Wonka made to keep the kids happy is what this drink if made of!

Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Float:


Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Float

You are a fan of shortcakes? Wait till you try this mind blowing combination of fruit, cake, ice cream and milk! This will tempt you to make everyday a cheat day.


S’mores milkshakes:

S’mores milkshakes

When chocolate, s’mores and milk unite, they surely do know how to create magic with simple ingredients. The sudden surprises of s’mores in your sips will leave you in awe of this drink!

We are sure this article brought back a lot of good childhood memories. Now it’s time to step out of nostalgia and make + drink these milkshakes and new memories!

Happy Sipping :)


Banana Split Milkshake Recipe:



1cup milk

1 banana

5 strawberries

1cup crushed pineapple (optional)

1 tablespoon chocolate syrup

4 cups ice cream or 4 cups frozen (chocolate preferably)



In a blender, combine milk, banana, strawberries and chocolate syrup, blend on high until ingredients are well blended.

Add ice cream in 4 equal increments, blend on high for about 10 seconds or so after each addition, and blend until thick and smooth.

Serve with a cherry on top and a tall straw.





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