Food & Drinks


In the holy month of Ramadan, people of Muslim society keep fast for 30 days. During this time, those who fast are advised to pay special attention to food and water during this month. Nothing is eaten or drunk throughout the day during fasting. In fasting, food is eaten only in the time between Iftar and Sehri. It is advisable to drink as much water as possible from Iftar to Sehri. During Ramadan, you should avoid eating unnecessary things. It is advised to avoid eating fried things during fasting. Eating eggs, flour bread or parathas, fresh fruits, etc. during the time of Sehri keeps health good. Keep in mind that one should not drink too much coffee or soda during Sehri. Also, biryani, kebabs, pizza, and fast foods should not be eaten in Sehri. These can have a bad effect on your health. Dates should be eaten during Iftar in fasting. Dates are beneficial for health as they contain iron, which gives energy to the body. Fried food during Iftar is harmful to the body. If there is a problem of indigestion during Ramadan, then fiber-rich things should be eaten to digest them. At the time of iftar, you should not drink water at least while eating. Because drinking too much water does not digest food which can be harmful to the body. So here are some tips that can make your Ramadan 2022 fast easy and will also keep you healthy and strong.


Monsoon is the ultimate time when you can pamper yourself with yummylicious food. A rainy day with a steaming hot cup of tea and some mouth-watering pakoras can fade away those monsoon blues right up. It doesn't matter if the bhajiysa we love most is prepared of potatoes, cauliflower, paneer, or chicken, there isn't a single-family in India that hasn't had a tasted deep-fried delights - pakora at some point of time or the other.   This climate perfectly connects to the saga of pakora and chai, and there aren't many who can defy these crispy fritters. And we have a diversity of these in India. From bhajis fried in Maharasthra, pakoras in North India to begunis in West Bengal, the names vary but constantly remind that aroma of crusty, deep-fried vegetables. We all have very special recipes for pakoras, but we all love to gobble them with hari chutney, tomato chutney, tikhi chutney, dahi, and ketchup.   Now this is August and the rain is here, greet it with open arms. Go out enjoy the breezy monsoon but do not forget to hog on to a large plate of hot and piping pakoras. So, let’s check out some famous and unique bhajiyawalas you've gotta try this season for sure.


Tea being one of the much-loved beverages of people all around the world is a lot more than a simple cup of hot, flavored liquid. Tea is an absolute aromatic experience that involves gratitude of culture, tradition, and flavor. People love to sip tea at several intervals of the day like in the morning, after work, and some before sleep. There are over 20,000 different tea in the world but let’s see which brew is most preferred thought the world.

Healthy foods you can take with you while travelling

In the age of COVID-19, eating out or even going out cannot still be called safe for you and your family. But if you really need to travel, pack your own food so that you can ensure that your family eats healthy and is safe throughout the trip. And also for all the fitness freaks out there, who like to avoid eating at some restaurant or stop while on a trip with the family here are certain things that you can carry along to eat on the way and keep up with your fitness regime. These foods are easy to pack and drip free.

Rarely Known Breakfasts of Indian States

When it comes to India, most people admire the diversity of cultures here. Every state has its own language, dresses, culture, lifestyle, tradition and also their own majestic history, they're proud of. But is that all? No, every state even has its own different food and snacks, and their different ways of preparing a dish. So here is a list of breakfasts of certain states that would make your mouth water and tempt you to go there and try them out. 

Stories of Origin of Popular Indian Food

We Indians love food, food is our escape, especially delicious food. But have you ever wondered where our favourite flavoursome dish came from, to our country? Well of course no. So, here I bring to you the origin of the dishes you love the most. 

List of the Oldest Recipes Still Eaten

Whenever we think of heritage left by civilizations from the B.C.s, the first thing that comes to mind is the architecture and scripture. But did you know there are certain dishes that are being eaten since then. Yes, there are certain recipes that old! Interesting right? So read as here I have listed a few of the oldest recipes in the world that are still eaten the same way as back then. 

Cities of India that Make Homemade Chocolates

Chocolates are the happy food. They can reduce anxiety and stress as they trigger the secretion of endorphins, the ‘feel good’ hormone. Chocolates are made with seeds of Cocoa which is known as the food of God. Be it anyone of any age, all of us love chocolates the same. What can be a better gift for anyone than a box of homemade chocolates? People appreciate the effort and you can add your own twist to it. Did you know there are cities in India that have homemade chocolates that are renowned all over the world for their exquisite and mouth-watering taste and flavours.

Cafes in Lucknow Built on Interesting Themes

Hello foodies, how you doing? You know what! Lucknow is becoming a hub for us these days with so many new cafes/restaurants opening here. We have got so many options to choose from which allows us to experience cuisines from across the globe. Most of the new cafes/restaurants are coming up with unique styles and interiors to attract more visitors and offer them a fulfilling experience with delicious food and refreshing ambiance. These days theme cafes/restaurants are in vogue, and I have picked out to share with you “5 theme-based cafes/restaurants which are most visited and loved by Lucknowites.

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