BRING BACK THOSE HEALTHY METALS FOR HEALTHY LIVING

Indian culinary culture has its ages long experience of healthy cooking with cookware of different metal types, such as- brass, bronze, copper, aluminium, iron, cast iron, steel, and even earthen cookware. Cooking, serving and relishing delicacies in these vivid composite of cookware, serve-ware, and dinnerware has tremendous health benefits for human life, even scientific data exists to prove this claim, read more here.

POWER OF ‘PEANUTS’

Peanuts are also known as Ground Nuts — comparatively having longer shelf-life, rich in flavours, Peanuts are sweet in taste. Pygmy nuts, pig nuts, monkey nuts, earthnuts, groundnuts, and goober peas -these are various names of Peanuts in various regions of the world — know more about nuts here-

THE HUMBLE INDIAN ‘DOSA’

Read how one of the ancient Indian #culinary art of making #Dosai, #Dosa, or #Dose is now a part of international cuisine, and how this delicacy is passionately explored by world’s renowned chefs and culinary art masters- THE HUMBLE INDIAN ‘DOSA’ #SouthIndian #Cuisines.

ANCIENT INDIAN CUISINE – ITS INFLUENCERS AND INFLUENCES

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); In ancient era legumes, fruits - vegetables, honey, and dairy products were part of the main diet. Around 7000 BCE, agriculture spread from Fertile Crescent to the Indus Valley, where wheat and barley began to be grown (Indus Valley: basins of the river Indus, and seasonal river Ghaggar-Hakra, an area of northwest India, and eastern Pakistan —— Fertile Crescent: A crescent-shaped region in the Middle-East, a span from Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Egypt, southeastern region of Turkey, and western fringes of Iran). History has a mention of 6200 BCE, since when variety of …

INDIA AND TANTALISING TEA

In India, tea and consumption of tea was first clearly documented in the Ramayana, but for next thousands of years, documentation of tea in India was lost in history — records re-emerged during the first century CE, with the stories of the Buddhist monks and their involvement with tea. It is said that tea is indigenous to east and north India, tea was cultivated - consumed here for thousands of years. Read interesting facts about Tea, its origin, and its spread across the world-

STRIKING FACTS OF INDIAN DELICACY ’PANI-PURI’

Pani Puri was introduced by Draupadi-Pandavas, or the delicacy was firstly explored in the ancient Kingdom of Magadha--from there till its addition to the Oxford English Dictionary- read this here; also read about what happened to this favorite snack during the stringent lockdown of the pandemic health crisis of 2020.

LIME AND LEMON

Often Lime and Lemon are mistakenly believed to be similar, but actually they are distinct-know the similarities and dissimilarities of limes and lemons; the names of Indian lemon and worldly popular limes; the significance of word ‘Lemon’; differences between lime and lemon; and where India ranks in its production of lime and lemon — read details on lime and lemon here-

‘TOMATO’- A FRUIT OR VEGETABLE

Tomato reached India in the 16th century, through Portuguese explorers — and, later in the 18th century onwards it was grown for the British. As tomato came in India from a foreign land, even today in Bengal it is named as “vilaayti begun”, meaning “foreign egg plant”. Read more exciting details about TOMATO-