Street Food That Beats the Restaurants

Street Food That Beats the Restaurants

Street Food is considered unhygienic and shunned by a lot of people on this planet, but then there is this large percentage who loves it more than the cuisines served at the classiest of restaurants. Street Food is fresh, cooked before your eyes and gives us the real taste of that particular area. In India, Street Food can itself be considered as a separate cuisine. Here’s presenting a list of my favorite Indian Street Food …

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Don’t starve!

Don’t starve!

We live in a world where looking good is more important than being good. In the race to look slimmer and sexier, people (hate to say this, but mostly women) all around the world nearly starve themselves. Eating less or surviving on just salads and soups is not the answer to losing fat. Mostly it never helps. Too strict a dieting routine could make your skin glowless and your body lethargic. A few tried and tested …

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Himachali Delights

Himachali Delights

  Himachal Pradesh is one of the 28 states of the Indian Union. It is located in the lap of the majestic Himalayas. It is primarily a hill state but a little percentage of its area is plain as well Himachali cuisine is something that is unheard by most of the people living outside the beautiful hill state. Although, the food is not different from the regular dal-roti-sabzi of North India, but the simplicity with …

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Love and Cooking – Guest post by Amisha Singh Thakur!

Love and Cooking – Guest post by Amisha Singh Thakur!

  “””Love and Cooking. The comparison seems odious as usual however this is the best comparison ever made. The legendary cook of Paris once said, there is no love greater than a man’s love for food. Could you beat that? Well, as we all love food and all food lovers feel a certain kind of pride about cooking and that is what makes cooking so like love. It is not just close but also very …

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It was an absolute wonderful Saturday at Haldirams, Netaji….Post by Natasha Gakhar

It was an absolute wonderful Saturday at Haldirams, Netaji….Post by Natasha Gakhar

It was an absolute wonderful Saturday. First it was the delightful weather in morning which added beauty to the weekend. Since morning I wanted to go out for change but somehow certain petty household related things kept me busy…But finally at 8 o’clock, I realized that the day was about to get finished. I was not at all ready to let this day go without doing anything.. Then we ( Papa, Mumma & obviously me) decided …

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The first birthday of the Co-Founder with 500 Fb Fans

The first birthday of the Co-Founder with 500 Fb Fans

Ankush Kumar Dhiman, the Co-Founder of Plattershare reached another milestone of his life yesterday on 10th April, 2012. Also, he has been reborn this year with the dream of Plattershare being so close and so livid and so alive now. Seems like this is what we have been born for. It is an amazing feeling to own something. Calling Plattershare “mine” gives us a thrill, a shiver, a thunder and that takes us to another …

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Long wait ends with this one…

Long wait ends with this one…

I am not a technical person and I don’t know what kind of efforts go into the making of a website. I don’t know what it would mean for a developer to create a CMS and link it to the front end and deliver it for testing. There definitely are a few people who know what it means to develop a website for somebody as cynical as Ankush and I am. Wherein we are not …

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Momos

Momos

Refined Vegetable Oil – 5 table spoon Cabbage – 2 Carrot – 2 Onion – 5 Capsicum – 1 Vineger – 2 to 3 spoon Chilli sauce- 2 spoon Salt to taste Black pepper to taste Flour(maida) Water for steam FOR MOMO’S SAUCE Red Dry Chilli-10 to 15 Tomato – 2 Salt to taste Water Vineger – 2 spoon Recipe: Chop all the vegetables into very small pieces. Take a frying pan. Pour Oil and …

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