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Iftaar party at home? Try korma, keema recipes to impress

During this Ramadan, impress your family and friends with self-made gosht badam korma or keema with recipes lent by experts. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Prophet Muhammad according to Islamic belief. Chefs Kunal Kapur and Vicky ... Read More »

10 weird ice-cream flavours you must try this summer!

1. Variety is the spice of life! Digging into a large tub of ice cream while reading our favourite book or watching our favourite show is what remains among the most cherished memories of summer for most of us. While we all have our favourites when it comes to ice creams ranging from vanilla and strawberry to chocolate, black currant, ... Read More »

6 reasons why you must try insanely delicious African street food Bunny Chow

1. An overview If you really want to see a live example of the saying ‘’Sharing is Caring’’, then you should try Bunny Chow. Often referred to as a bunny, it is the most iconic Durban (South Africa), street food that is at heart a communal, working-class dish and is meant to be shared with another person. It is basically ... Read More »

8 Vietnamese Dishes You Must Try

Vietnamese cuisine; it’s one of the top reasons why Vietnam figures on many travellers’ wish lists. It’s certainly why I made the trek to Vietnam. A trip that took me to the Northern and Southern ends of the country, through the streets of the two busiest cities – Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Whether it was tiny street food stalls where diners ... Read More »

15 Stellar Cooking Recipes You Can Try At Home

Aren’t you bored of having the same dishes for lunch and dinner every day? Don’t you want a change in your everyday routine? If you’re looking for new and easy recipes to help you cook delicious dishes for any meal, then this will be your guide to the most lip smacking dishes that are extremely easy for you to cook ... Read More »

Five to Try: Learn Korean on the go with Duolingo, and preview ARCore with Atom Visualizer

Autumn is approaching, and temperatures are starting to cool in many parts of the country—which means you might be more tempted to curl up on the couch this weekend with a good app. Thankfully, Android users have a few new intriguing options from the Play Store to keep them company. Duolingo has finally added a long-awaited Korean language course, letting you ... Read More »

Five to Try: Not Hotdog is a perfect July 4th gag app, and Futurama: World of Tomorrow opens up

We’re only a few days away from the Fourth of July, and if you plan to celebrate Independence Day at a party with pals, then you might want to grab HBO’s Not Hotdog app. You don’t have to be a fan of Silicon Valley to appreciate this neural network-powered gag, which manages to be both weirdly brilliant and impressively pointless. On the ... Read More »

Five to Try: Not Hotdog is a perfect July 4th gag app, and Futurama: World of Tomorrow opens up

We’re only a few days away from the Fourth of July, and if you plan to celebrate Independence Day at a party with pals, then you might want to grab HBO’s Not Hotdog app. You don’t have to be a fan of Silicon Valley to appreciate this neural network-powered gag, which manages to be both weirdly brilliant and impressively pointless. On the ... Read More »

Matar ki Chaat: Lucknow’s Famous Street Food You Should Definitely Try

                    In Lucknow, when we were growing up in the 1980s-1990s, the aspirational place to go to for chaat was King of Chaat in Hazratganj. The likes of Shukla Chaat that so many now talk about had not been discovered in pop circuits just as yet and King was king as ... Read More »