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Top Restaurants In Bangalore
Looking for top restaurants in Bangalore ? Well, Bangalore is always considered to be the paradise of food lovers. In the past 5 years, Bangalore has witnessed an enormous explosion in fine dining. You can find plenty of decent eatery in every nook and... -
Trilogy's aggressive move into Bangalore may offer Austin tech workers a glimpse of what their future could hold.
Namas Bhojani /FOR AMERICAN-STATESMAN
Two Trilogy Inc. workers... -
Bangalore or Benguluru is the capital of Karnataka and is well-known for its Udupi cuisine. Bangalore menu items follow the Vedic traditions of vegetarian preparation which lays stress on absolute no use of garlic. There are many restaurants in... -
Top 10 Bangalore Street Food
Bangalore, connoted as the Silicon Valley of India, is a paradise for the gourmands as well. Bangloreans adore foods to such an extent that there is a whole street dedicated to food. From the neer dosa to masala dosa and pani puri to shawarma, the street food... -
Bangalore Kitchen Essentials
A Bangalore kitchen is always well-stacked with utensils and other kitchen equipment to churn out the varieties of perfect south-Indian cuisines. If you are a newbie and have to set up your kitchen for the first time, you could go through the... -
Potluck - Home Is Where Food Is..
Its just a quarter of time I have been staying in BANGALORE .. one of the most profound IT city of INDIA. For almost a month I was having food outside..everyday discovering new tastes and restaurants of the city..which serves people of all... -
Hyderabad Blue - Biryani
India have a lots of clues and hints which defines it as Incredible ..and one of them is Hyderabad.
Hyderabad, which have turned up as the fifth largest metropolis of India, the state capital of Andhra ... -
Valentines Day Celebration !!!!!!!!!
Hello friends !!!!!!! Its Valentines day again……… wow what a wonderful day it is!!!! The world seems to be filled with an air of love & happiness……… its love & love everywhere. -
The following are typical items in a typical vegetarian Northern Karnataka meal :
Badane kaayi gojju/enne-gai/tumbu-gai - Stuffed and/or sauteed
Shenga / Ellu dry chutney in powder form - sometimes called hindi ... -
In the food world, fell refers to a thin parchment like membrane directly beneath an animal’s hide. The fell is removed from many cuts of meat and left on some (such as a leg of lamb), where it can help retain the meat’s juices. ... -
Kashmir Of South India / Scotland Of India - Coorg
On new year eve, my husband, me and one of our family friend planned to visit to Coorg, the Scotland of India. Its a hill station about 260 kms away from Bangalore. We all started our journey on 31st december from Bangalore.
We started our journey at 6 in... -
If you are tired of the rat race and are in search of inner peace, harmony and spirituality, then Pondicherry is the place to go to. We students of 'Sri Sri Centre for Media Service, Bangalore' went there and enjoyed ourselves thoroughly.
Raita : A Good Foil For Spicy Dishes
Raita is a South Asian condiment based on yogurt and used as a sauce or dip. The yogurt is seasoned with cilantro, cumin, mint, cayenne pepper, and other herbs and spices. Vegetables such as cucumber and onions are mixed in. The mixture is served... -
Home Making And Hotel Cooking; Hand In Hand Now!!!
Read about any celebrity interview and they will say that they miss the home cooked food when they travel abroad. “Ghar ka khana” is what we all crave for and cannot live without it for many days.
Love Potion' Wine To Hit Markets Soon
To the joy of the people of Mizoram and the rest of the world, it has been decided that the love potion’ wine is to hit the market in less than two months. Nopes, don’t get me wrong, this wine is not gonna get that ever evasive someone to magically... -
India Embraces Organics
India's organic produce is set to quadruple by 2012 from its existing level of 528,000 hectares as increasingly wealthy consumers seek more locally-produced organics in their diet, according to the Indian publication, Business Standard . The... -
Who Owns Falafel – Israel?
Falafel is a fried ball made from ground chickpea. Sometimes it is also mixed with fava or broad beans. It is very popular in Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, and UAE. It is a vegetarian dish and believed to have originated in Egypt and... -
Top 10 Indian Chicken Dishes
I love Indian Chicken dishes ; there are so many variants to choose from. Your search for Indian Chicken recipes ends right here as we bring you a large variety of lip-smacking Indian chicken dishes that will surely make you crave for more.... -
Research Proves Snacks Eat Into Dinner For Children
Snacks are usually small portions of food which we tend to munch on between meals. Children’s are more addicted to snacks than adults but did you know that snacks eat into dinner ? You should not be ignoring this fact.
According to a recent... -
Miss World And Bollywood Heartthrob Rai Is Engaged.
After days of media speculation, Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai finally got engaged in Mumbai on Sunday.
The engagement ceremony took place at the Bachchans' residence soon after the couple landed from the premiere of their latest film... -
Gulp Of Joy Or Hook For Forest Habitants..
Some smells reminds some warm memories..and COFFEE did the same.. People are addicted to different things & when it come to me..coffee make a wonder ..
i love coffee- THE Experience...of enriching the thoughts and feeling...moving on... -
Noodles In A Dosa
When noodles first hit the Indian market, our grandmothers shrieked their noses saying "these look like earthworms". They turned away their faces when their grandchildren took those curly white stuff round their fingers, holding on top of their... -
Wine Pairing With Indian Food + Recipes
Pairing Wine with Indian Recipes
Everyday Yellow Dal. Styled by Kacie Ratner and Alex Malamud. Photo by John Lee, special to the Chronicle
Wine pairing with Indian and other spicy cuisines can be a challenge for some,... -
Indian Hotel Industry Blossoming
Spreading over 3m square kilometres, India rises in the snowy peaks of Kashmir in the north, and falls to the tropical shores of Kerala's southern tip. In the west the barren rocky deserts of Rajasthan provide an arid, hostile environment, while in... -