This new year, give these 5 cuisines a try, to provide variety to your palate and increase your exposure to unfamiliar techniques and ingredients.
Though there is a very limited variety when it comes to desserts, Kerala cuisine more than makes up for it with the rich and robust array of Payasams and Pradhamans.
This particular Payasam recipe is a big hit in our family and is made at every Onam in addition to the famed Ada Pradhaman.
The wave of food revolution and abundance of information has left us with choices that are overwhelming and the bad ones can obscure the good ones by sheer numbers, yet, there is hope for book-lovers. These five books are treasures that will be a great gift to yourself or others that will keep on giving long after you have finished reading them.
Gone are the days of wondering how to manage your workout regime. With smartphones and tablets, and the smorgasbord of apps that can be installed, information, guidance and customized insights are just a click away as Nisha Pillai explains..
While Nisha likes this edition of Ruchira, she believes a good translation of the Marathi original will trump this one any day of the week.
Staying fit is as much about avoiding the wrong things as it is about adopting the right ones. Take a look at some of the fitness pitfalls to avoid.
Starting on a fitness regime is not always easy. But these easy steps may help in getting your fitness plan together and put you on the path to fitness.
Deen’s inimitable signature overdose of butter in her recipes is missing from this cookbook making it hard to believe it is written by ‘the’ Paula Deen.
The wide variety of recipes carefully picked and curated by the author from all over India makes Kayastha Kitchens Through India a treasure to own.
Nisha Pillai explores Karwar cuisine through Sindhu Dubhashi’s book. While she would have loved more pictures, Nisha still thinks the book is worth buying.