Our idea about food that is exhilarating on the pallet is that we need careful planning and systematic execution to create it. Having said that, some of the greatest food of all times
Difficult to believe isn’t it? Much more than our expectation of a skillful chef, high-quality materials and
Learn the secret behind the discovery of some of your most
According to the Indian mythology, Bhima (one of the Pandava brothers of the epic Mahabharata) invented Avial. When Pandavas lost in the game of chess with Kauravas, they had to go for a
There are certain mythological variations in the story of Avial. Another version is that Kauravas attempted to kill Bhima by drowning him in water and they arranged a feast after completion of the days of mourning which is
Here goes a further version of how the birth of
Who doesn't like Nutella? Children and adults alike love the delicious cocoa-hazelnut paste. But how many of us know that this is an accidental invention?
Actually, the shortage of cocoa during the Second World War resulted in discovering
Pietro Ferrero, a pastry maker from Piedmont in Italy
Pietro improved his recipe and invented the first-ever jar of a new hazelnut and cocoa cream. His creative hat had contributed, the world’s most famous spread: Nutella. Later it had been expanded into Europe and
The success of Nutella was so much so that Sara Rosso, an Italo-American blogger and Nutella lover declared February
Beer is one of the most popular drinks in the world. The less alcohol in it compared to the other drinks, makes it
Beer is also one of the oldest beverages in human history. The oldest human drink, beer dates back to the 5th millennium BC and most likely first produced in Iran of Middle East. Closely connected to the grain culture of ancient humans, it’s difficult to conclude how beer was invented
Mesopotamians used to store grains including barley in large spaces for future use. Occasionally the humidity of the storage places would increase. This invariably would have resulted in
Ninkasi is considered as the patron goddess of brewing in ancient Sumer. ‘Hymn to Ninkasi’ is an old song praising the goddess of beer and also narrating the brewing recipe.
Coffee is one of the largest beverages consumed by people worldwide. Just to mention an example, in
The myth of coffee is kind of interesting. According to the story, an Abyssinian goat herder from Kaffa noticed a strange
The goat herder mentioned about his findings to the monarchy around. The monks made a drink out of the beans and found that they were alert and attentive all through their evening prayers. The magic of coffee beans started to spread resulting in more people brewing coffee. The rest is history!
This crunchy snack came out of frustration a chef had for the bad customer
In 1853, Chef George Crum was disturbed as his customers were complaining about the thick potato fries that were served to them. The customer concern was that it’s soft and soggy. This made the chef think a little differently. Instead of the long thick cuts, the chef sliced the next batch of potatoes as thinly as he could and deep fried them with salt. No need to say that
Northern Italy in 2012 was hit by twin earthquake. These two quacks happened nine days apart. Many towns were badly affected.
Italy is famous for its different variants of cheese. In the
The food that was created became a worldwide hit.