Monday, October 25, 2021

Food

Climate change making it harder to get a good cup of coffee: Study

Under various scenarios, the researchers looked at how a total of 19 climatic factors will affect the cultivation of five distinct speciality coffee types in the fu.ture

Study explores why some people are hungry all the time

A study was published in Nature Metabolism from PREDICT, the largest ongoing nutritional research program in the world that looks at responses to food in real-life settings.

This Ugadi, recipes await you at Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre

This festive buffet consists of a range of authentic traditional dishes popular during Ugadi.

Cool down with savory lassi

Quench your thirst with this refreshing and excellent body cooler

Chef Shreya Mundra’s food is one to savour

25-year-old Shreya, who is ably helped by her mother and sister, cooks authentic Indian and Italian dishes

Covid-19 outbreak spawned some outwardly creations in the kitchen

Here’s a look back at some of the wackiest cooking trends that went viral during pandemic life.

Here’s how you can prepare tangy and delectable Mango Chicken Curry!

A traditional dish, this flavourful curry adds the right zing to our regular meal

Why eating potato chips, chocolates may harm your kidneys

The study, led by researchers at Monash University in Australia, showed that heat-treated or processed foods are rich in harmful chemical compounds called Advanced Glycation End Products (AGEs)

Mindful eating in times of work from home

On the contrary their lifestyle became more sedentary and eating habits more disorganised. Not to mention the physiological reasons for turning to food when the world has turned upside down.

Experts share the latest baking trends

Thanks to the e-retailers and the delivery partners who bring in variety of gourmet bread offerings to our doorstep.

A delicious yet healthy sip of this season

Ragi malt is a light and easily digestible beverage which is majorly consumed during the summers

Pune Restaurant employs specially-abled persons to serve customers

The menu card here has a special sign for every food they wish to order and to place the order, the sign is communicated to the employees.

Swiggy launches Health Hub in Chennai

Consumers can choose from high-protein, low-carb, vegan, and keto meals across soups, salads, wraps and desserts.

Relish your taste buds with this healthy chilled Badam Milk

As summers are approaching, a refreshing and healthy chilled badam milk seems like a blessing in disguise

Changing names to get free meals lands hundreds of Taiwanese in soup!

In Taichung, a college student surnamed Kuo changed her name to Kuo "Salmon Rice Bowl".
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