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Give a healthy twist to your palate with this millet salad

Millets are easy to digest and are good for all age groups.

From tahini to ‘wonky’ fruits and Ayurveda: Food trends from around the world

Spilling the Beans - 3: Driven by the discovery of new flavours and innovative riffs on textures, we’re perennially trying to push the gastronomic envelope that much further.

Onam special: Here’s what Onam sadhya, the traditional feast, is all about (with recipes)

It is on the 10th day of festivities or Thiruvonam that the lavish Onam Sadhya is cooked in all households.

Monsoon tips: Take care while consuming these foods to keep infections away

Boost your body's immunity by staying away from these food items this monsoon.

From sugar-free modak to coconut ladoo: Must-try dessert recipes this Ganesh Chaturthi

Like most festivals, the celebration of Lord Ganesha's birth is also incomplete without traditional sweets and dishes. Which recipe would you like to try?

Kitchen hacks: Keep bugs away from rice with these simple tips

Despite taking precautions, you may have noticed insects and bugs crawling in rice containers. Not anymore!

Healthy menus begin with a healthier choice: Try millet seekh kebabs

Little millet is rich in fibre, slow digesting carbohydrates and antioxidants. It is an ideal food for diabetics as it prevents abnormal spikes in blood sugar levels.

Chef Vicky Ratnani on how his cooking style is global, but his soul remains Indian

Armed with a vast gastronomic experience, courtesy his travels across the globe, Ratnani is known for preparing traditional Indian delicacies with his signature global twists.

Tastes from Asia, not easy to find in New York until now

Luxury will also masquerade as a snack at Dhamaka, an Indian restaurant coming to the Lower East Side. At this newest collaboration from Roni Mazumdar and the chef Chintan Pandya, the team behind the popular Adda in Long Island City and Rahi in Greenwich Village, goat or lamb testicles will be served in kapoora masala.

Bengali snacks, concentrated on a Jackson Heights block

The arrival of two fuchkawalas (fuchka vendors) on the same patch of turf would not be news in Dhaka, Bangladesh, or Kolkata. But in New York, it’s not so common to find Bengali snacks on the street.

Say Cheese and Bean

While wine and cheese are old lovers, a Pune-based chef has found that coffee and cheese have a rocking affair as well.

Kitchen hacks: Why you should not store these food items in your refrigerator

There are certain food items which get stale when stored in unnaturally cold temperatures. Here's a list of things that one should avoid keeping inside the fridge.