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How To Make The Perfect Pasta; 7 Expert Tips

It may be an Italian cuisine, but pasta has made its way to our hearts and how. Who wouldn’t love the piping hot pasta topped with molten cheese oozing along with special seasoning? Needless to say, we all love pasta. But, did you know the way pasta is cooked also affects its healthiness? So, if you are a pasta lover, then you ... Read More »

Tea-time snack: How to make Masala Baby Potatoes

Potatoes have to be the most loved vegetable in Indian cuisine. No chaat (snack) party is complete without a lot of potato dishes. The samosas, the kachoris, the pani puris… nothing would be the same if you remove the potato from them. So today I thought of making a snack/chaat with just potatoes. Not a stuffing, but purely as is. ... Read More »

How To Make Restaurant-Style Bread Croutons At Home?

Be it salads or soups, bread croutons stand out to be the centre of attraction for both. Not only do they add a distinct taste and crunch to the dishes, but also make them look immensely appetising. We often end up making salads and soups at home, but fail to master the art of making those perfectly crisp bread croutons. ... Read More »

Navratri 2018: How To Make A Delicious Navratri Thali At Home

Navratri 2018 is here. Chaitra Navratri celebrations would go on till 25th March 2018. During this period of nine auspicious days, devotees try all that they can to seek the divine blessings of the Goddess Durga. Navratri fasting is one way of showing devotion to the goddess. In addition to the religious and spiritual reason, there is also an apparent scientific rationale ... Read More »

How to choose the right wisteria for your garden

When the Far East gave the West her first wisteria vines, they tricked us out of our flowers. Plant hunters were given seeds of Wisteria sinensis, not plants, to take back home to France and England. The sharers failed to explain these incredible vines share a wide variation in flowering age. Most flower from 8 to 12 years after germination. ... Read More »

How to clean hardwood floors

The No. 1 rule for cleaning your hardwood floors is: Do no harm. Hardwood flooring has been around for centuries, but there’s still some confusion about the best way to maintain it. One of the biggest problems, of course, is there are so many different types of hardwood available—with some finishes requiring different care than others. Fortunately, with the right ... Read More »

How to Develop a Case for Business Reliability Initiatives Without Spending a Fortune

Reigning in costs and finding weak areas within a business that bleed money are essential to achieving optimal growth. Using optimization tools can help with the planning stages of reliability initiatives and track your business towards increased success. Use the Tools Developed By Experienced Professionals Industry optimization experts have developed tools that can assist in locating the weaknesses in your ... Read More »

What Caregiver Burnout Is And How To Prevent It

Caring for someone with a chronic or progressive condition can be exhausting. This remains true even when the caregiver has lovingly assumed this responsibility and is managing it with the very best of intentions. Consistently putting someone else’s needs ahead of your own can be physically, mentally, and emotionally draining. Unfortunately, once a caregiver actually burns out, this individual may ... Read More »

Here’s How You Can Manage Diabetes During Winters

HIGHLIGHTS Living with diabetes means making quite some changes to your lifestyle It impacts your overall living With temperature dipping, it is only making things worse for diabetics Living with diabetes means making quite some changes to your lifestyle, diet, exercise regime and medications; it impacts your overall living. With temperature dipping, it is only making things worse for diabetics. ... Read More »

Before choosing schemes, decide how much money you need for each goal and the time horizon

I’m not a regular investor. I have invested about Rs1 lakh in ICICI Prudential Value Discovery Fund, series 14; Rs20,000 each in Aditya Birla Sunlife Equity Fund, Axis Long Term Equity Fund, and SBI Magnum Multicap Fund; and about Rs10,000 in Franklin India High Growth Companies Fund. Please guide me on starting an SIP of about Rs40,000 per month. I ... Read More »