Top Halal Food Choices

With more and more nationalities living together as one, halal cuisine has become more and more popular in the whole world. With halal butchers and supermarkets on every street corner, you will also find food outlets where all the dishes on offer are preferred in this traditional way. Halal food delivery choices are huge nowadays,…

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Kashmir Experiencing Hyderabad

Two decades of insurgency have deeply tainted the societal and monetary lives of Kashmiri’s. With the ongoing commotion in the valley the unstable economy has left people with limited employment opportunities. Corruption has led to the failure of all imperative welfare programmes like health, education and employment. Only government jobs have remained the main source…

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A Heritage Gourmet Tour of Kolkata

Once upon a time, a young man came to Kolkata for a certification examination. He shared a flat with four other people in Behala, went for his classes, came back, and relaxation meant Tantra or South City Mall. This is how he passed about six months of his life, and then he met me. Christmas…

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The Basic Vegetables in Chinese Cusine

This guide to vegetarian food is an easy to use reference guide. It offers an accessible introduction to the wide variety of foods available to those who either follow a vegetarian diet or are considering doing so. There are entries for fruits, vegetables, pulses, nuts, seeds, which provide information on choose and nutritional value and…

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The Raw Milk Cure

Raw milk (from cows, goats, yaks, horses, sheep) has historically been considered a superfood. It has been used both in the daily diet (often fermented) and by special groups with extra nutritional needs, like the elderly, pregnant or nursing women, warriors, and sick people. An ancient Babylon text tells how raw milk was used to…

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British Traditions – Is Making Sausage One of Them?

The word "sausage" derived from the french word "Saussiche" from the latin word "salsus", which means salted. Sausage making is a traditional food preservation technique. The first sausages were made by stuffing roasted intestines into stomachs. As far back as 589 BC a Chinese sausage called "lachang is mentioned, which consisted of lamb and goat…

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