Today’s interview comes all the way from Mumbai and is brought to us by Rifa, popular as the Foodie Deewani. I love how the Instagram family reciprocates the love to her food trails, reviews and talks. Let’s get to know her more. Continue reading An Interview with Rifa – The Foodie Deewani
Here is an easy-to-remember recipe that gives the answer to all your queries on How To Cook White Rice perfectly. Continue reading How To Boil Rice Perfectly Recipe
This Foodie interview comes all the way from Ghaziabad and is brought to us by Nidhi from Nikunj Forks and Spoons. NIKUNJ = NIDHI + PANKAJ, Nidhi’s blog is as an ode as a token of love and respect to her husband Pankaj whom she lost a few years back. Continue reading An Interview with Nidhi from Nikunj Forks and Spoons
Remember your grandma’s advice to use the copper vessel to store water? If you are following her advice and are using a copper utensil, you owe her big time thanks to this million worth lifetime health tip. However, if you didn’t abide by, it’s the time you should start taking the advice seriously.
Copper is an essential antioxidant for the human body. As per Ayurveda, the ‘Tamra jal’ (water out of a copper utensil) is highly beneficial for the proper functioning of body organs. Continue reading “Ten Health Benefits of Drinking Water in Copper Vessels”
Which one I like most out of Oats, Atta and Maggi Masala? I like the Atta Noodles. I give preference to the Maggi Atta Noodles over its other variations. Read the full review of Meri Masala Maggi and there’s an Indian recipe to cook Maggi. You’ll love it. Continue reading Who Says No To Maggi Noodles? | Product Review
As you might have noticed Foodeez Junction is undergoing some changes, I’m aiming to re-start the food blog with the newer approach. I hope you will like this food guide. As you know, all the processes require team and efforts, you can get associated with us or send your food-related articles for guest posting on firstname.lastname@example.org.
An important thing is — I am right now conducting interviews on my blog, but it is limited to Indian food enthusiasts only. Right now, the interviews are freeee. You only need to fill the questionnaire I’ll send on your email id. If this interests you, I’m sure you want to get featured on India’s Only Food Guide, email me email@example.com. Continue reading “We Are Inviting Interviews from Food Enthusiasts”
Guest post by Jennifer Rice Of Sugarsoil. Thank you, Jennifer for sharing the article with Foodeez Junction.
Organic produce seems to be the talk of the town these days. Is this simply a fad or is there some truth in it? The draw of organically grown fruit and vegetables is that they are not encumbered with pesticides and insecticides.
These chemicals are used to combat insects and other creature which may impact the plant. Considering the harmful impact these additives have on insects, it is a natural progression to think that they can harm humans as well. Continue reading “Fruits And Vegetables Which Should Only Be Bought Organically”
Who does not love Thai cuisines? It is one of the most delicious recipes one can ever taste! I am pretty sure that all of you have thought of creating their own version of shrimp spring rolls with peanut sauce as an appetizer.
Fresh shrimp spring rolls are very tasty! Their gummy like wrapper, fresh vegetables and shrimp will surely satisfy your cravings! Continue reading “Recipe for Shrimp Spring Rolls and Peanut Butter Sauce | Guest Post”
Diwali is nearing, and again it’s the time when you start planning ahead for Diwali recipes. This festive season, you can add Namak Pare to the snacks list. Namak pare are easy to make and I’m sure, when you make the snacks with this namak pare recipe, you are definitely going to pat yourself! It’s easy-to-make and simple recipe. Continue reading “How to Make Namak Para | Namak Pare Recipe for Snacks”
Lauki! Many people would make face like this. I couldn’t find the best face than this as I remember a few from my family itself making faces when they hear its lauki ki sabzi in lunch today. Lauki or bottle gourd veggie is common in most of the Indian houses. There are variations like some make lauki ki tamatar wali sabzi, lauki ka kofta and sometimes the plain and simple one lauki ki sabzi, the recipe for which I am sharing here. This is simple, healthy and can be made within fifteen minutes. So, if you are in a hurry for office, you can make this easily and pack in your lunchbox. Continue reading “How to Make Lauki ki Sabzi | Easy Recipe for Bottlegourd”
Sweet Corn Chat is one of the easiest snacks to make. I would call it a recipe for those who have just started to cook. It’s easy!
You can bookmark this recipe for the time when the guests pay you a visit at home. A healthy snack for munching while chatting with your guests at home. Continue reading “Snacks Time! A Quick Recipe for Sweet Corn Chat”
When life gives you a reason to get going. From the pile of my mails, I saw a thank you note and the link to my interview as food blogger that was published way back. Thank you Kalaage for publishing the interview. Continue reading “Food Blogger Sara Khan in an Interview with Kalaage”
Taj Palace, New Delhi, brings to you the ‘Chinese Diaoyutai Cuisine Festival’ in association with Embassy of China and Diaoyutai State Guest House. The 10-day-long food promotion will be held at Spicy Duck – the Chinese restaurant at Taj Palace, New Delhi. Diaoyutai cuisine represents the culmination of 800 years of innovation and development, beginning in the days of the ancient imperial court and leading up to today’s Diaoyutai cuisine. Continue reading “Taj Palace New Delhi Presents the Royal Diaoyutai State Cuisine Festival | Press Release”