Food Blog

Deepavali (Diwali): Origins and Celebration

Diwali, known as the "Festival of Lights", is a five-day celebration that marks the Hindu New Year, commemorated by Hindus,...

Curcumin - Long Live Curries as Superfood

Turmeric has been used in India since ancient times and its secrets are now revealed by today's scientists.

8 Fantastic Birthday Party Themes

Organise a Birthday Party in Style with these 8 Fantastic Party Themes to Suit Even the Fussiest Guests.

Fascinating Christmas Traditions

It is the most wonderful time of the year: Christmas. Let us take a quick tour around the world to discover some interesting...

Chicken Maharani Rosari

This mouth-watering recipe is a must-try for food lovers. Crafted by the late Madam Rossari herself, this chef extraordinaire...

7 Most Amusing Valentine Traditions Around the World

Travel the world and find out how Valentine's Day is celebrated - the queer and the quirky.

Indian-Spanish Tapas Recipe

This third article on Indian Tapas will share simply, one of our favourite localised recipe for Tortilla Espanola. In the meantime,...

Evolution of Tapas, from Spain

The literal meaning of Tapas is “cover” or “coaster”. According to legend, the story unfolds in Castille, Spain,...

Malaysian Tapas

Tapas – the delight of Malaysians. We are a nation spoiled with a wide array of selection when it comes to food. There...

Big Rajah Dines at the World's Top Restaurant, Italy

World's best chef, Massimo Bottura with Dato' John William at Osteria Francescana Osteria Francescana – “where dreams...

A 22 course meal at Gaggan - Asia's Top Restaurant

Gaggan (which means “progressive” – moving forward, advancing) After meeting Gaggan at the BFM radio interview, I could...

Fresh and Flash: “Nobu”

Named after Nobuyuki Matshuhisa (or known to the world as “Nobu”), the highly acclaimed chef proprietor teamed up with...