Life with a newborn is exhausting. It’s usually impossible to get enough rest and exercise in those first few demanding months, and it’s difficult to eat well. But as all-consuming as caring for an infant can be, it’s important to
With temperatures on the rise, many are looking for new ways to cope with the season’s heat. While it may seem like a good idea to reach for a fresh margarita when poolside, your cold beverage may have the opposite
Stainless steel appliances look great in the kitchen, but they’re prone to showing hard water marks and fingerprints. You frequently see this on the dishwasher (so many water stains) and the handles of the refrigerator (hello overuse). So, to restore
Which is your favourite summer quencher? India is known for its spices, herbs, veggies and fruits. Each region in India is known for their own specialty drink respectively. These Indian drinks are full of flavour and irresistible. Here’s a
If you’ve never ground your own spices, you’re in for a pleasant, aromatic surprise. Aromatics – which include herbs and spices as well as veggies like onions, garlic and celery – have a tendency to make or break a dish.
Bacteria can lurk around your home and compromise the health and well-being of your family. These nasty germs are often found in some ignored household items, which could be well past their prime and ready for replacement. Take a look
It’s that time again. For food lovers who spend every other moment thinking about, cooking, researching or discussing food, this can be even more complicated. The key to long-term changes lies in changing lifestyle rather than merely diet. On that
India is a land of many cultures and traditions and each has its dominant influence in its many diverse regions. For people of Kerala, Onam is their harvest festival. There are lots of lore and mythology associated with Onam. But,
Aadi is the month of rest in the Tamil calendar. In a culture that is so intertwined with agriculture, the month where you let the land to rest and breathe is the time for people to indulge in other activities
Spice is so intricately intertwined with India, that it made Europeans go to places where they have never been to get their hands on it. In Medieval Europe, spice was so expensive that they were worth their weight in gold.