Even if you are the person who loves summers, the sweltering heat is the one thing you must be hating about it. The hotter months take a toll on each one of us, leaving our bodies sweaty and tired. During the summer, when we move out under the sun our bodies warm up and releases certain fluids in the form of sweat. Hence, it is … Continue reading Ten Must-Have Drinks to Keep You Hydrated during Indian Summers
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.
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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue reading “We Are Inviting Interviews from Food Enthusiasts”
A good news for Rail travellers! Indian Railways Catering has announced the food served on trains will be cheaper.
I had always wished the food served on trains to be fresh and good, both quality and quantity wise.
Why I say quantity-wise? Earlier, whenever I had to buy the dinner, a veg biryani (which was very low in quality standards), a small portion would cost Rs. 120 plus a cup of tea at Rs. 10 sometimes Rs. 15. The sad part was, instead of improvising it, the quantity of tea was lesser than earlier. On train, people who were affected like me, would say ‘loot hai bhai’. Continue reading “Foods Served on Indian Trains Are Cheaper Now!”
The story of the marathon starts! I cooked six cuisines all in a day and by myself! Woahhh….
Well, as I said, I’m travelling, I had to prepare something, and additionally when I checked my refrigerator, I found there were many things to be consumed otherwise, once I leave the house they would have been left unattended! And, thus, to avoid the wastage, I decided to cook. Continue reading “The Cooking Marathon and Me”
Develop your culinary skills with a variety of mouth-watering and delicious dishes from around the world in a 2-day Cookery Workshop by Mrs. Shobha Indani (renowned chef from Pune). The event is organized by Media Connect.
Arhar Dal is a very commonly cooked lentil at Indian homes, be it lunch or dinner. There are innumerous ways you can cook Arhar dal. But this simple and easy Toor/Tur or Arhar Dal is one of my favourites.