Indian cuisines are known for their rich flavours, thanks to their unique blend of spices and flavourings used for different types of food preparations.
Life on the road for a short vacation or for work can lend itself to eating meals and snacks that are quick and affordable, but can be high in fat and calories.
Delicious muesli or wholegrain cereal with a glass of orange juice or milk hot vegetable paranthas with tea fresh bread with jam and a side serve of fruit salad.
Water is the best thirst quencher, but sometimes we want a little bit extra in terms of variety of flavour. Delicious fruit juice juices or tea-based drinks provide refreshing alternatives to regular drinks.
Soups are usually associated with winter, but a healthy and delicious soup can be eaten all year round. With a little bit of planning, soups can be highly nutritious and easily transformed into a satisfying main meal.
If you´re looking for an easy way to spend more time with your kids, look no further than your own kitchen. No fancy equipment or expensive memberships are required, just a few simple ingredients, a mixing bowl and a spoon.
With all the seemingly conflicting reports on what's healthy and what isn't, it can be challenging to know just what sort of items to stock in your kitchen pantry. Sugar in particular is discussed extensively for contributing to health problems.
Are you planning a day out with friends or family? A successful picnic only needs three things: beautiful weather, a green location that is easy to reach, and suitable provisions for taking along.